This course is in Greek.
“The skillful management of conflict is among the highest human skills” (‘Justice is Conflict’ by Stuart Hampshire)
Mediation has the power to transform the way people solve their disputes and is a better and effective way to resolve conflict. One could even argue that mediation can “transcend” the roots of conflict in a creative and promising way.
In the process of mediation, the mediator is faced with a number of challenges, many times rooted in the difference of perceptions and interests between the parties. In helping the parties come to a consensus, the mediator explores underlying interests, allow parties to understand and go beyond their emotions, to explore options and come to a settlement.
A successful mediator, must therefore, not only have the necessary techniques and strategies to conduct the mediation, but must also have the ability to develop rapport, be creative with solutions and the capacity to be patient in the face of challenge.
‘Peace is not the absence of conflict but the ability to cope with it’ – Mohatma Gandhi
The course is addressed to:
Lawyers, Architects – Civil Engineers, Business Executives, in-house Mediators or Freelance Facilitators, as well as all professionals who aim to develop their mediation skills and improve their ability to resolve disputes with an international character
Upon completion of this training participants will be able to:
This course can offered in-house, customised on your business needs.
*Infocredit Professional Education division (IPE) holds the right to postpone or cancell any seminar within a logical time frame near to the start date of the seminar, in the case whereas no adequate number of participants is registered i .e. less than 6 persons and/or in the case that out of the list of registered people are not included at least 4 employed people ( as per HRDA guidelines). You can access HRDA guidelines by clicking the link: https://bit.ly/2VSWgWU
The Mediation Agreement
The participants will be divided into two groups and be given two versions and assigned roles od a mediation case study. Then they will be expected to use the script to prepare for a negotiation. Then they will be called to directly negotiate with each other and feedback will be given at the end of the exercise.
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Melina Karaolia is a Partner at M. Eliades & Partners LLC since 2008. Her work encompasses a diverse range of corporate and litigation matters. She advises clients in multiple commercial, civil law issues and business law disputes. She concentrates on corporate and commercial litigation and arbitration. She advises and represents clients in international corporate transactions, commercial contracts, mergers and acquisitions and legal matters relating to corporate project structuring and business development. Her multiple practice areas also include insurance law, company redomiciliations and competition law. Melina has further received training and experience in the negotiation and drafting of contracts for Oil and Gas by the leading oil and gas lawyer J. Jay Park QC and the international legal adviser in Energy and Mining Dr. William T. Onorato. She is currently a Member of the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators. Melina is a qualified Arbitrator in Cyprus and Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators in London. She has also been trained and is currently actively interested in working with Mediation. She is an accredited and registered Mediator in Cyprus and has recently obtained the EMTPJ cross-border mediation certification, specializing in the settlement of international commercial disputes. In recent years she has been training professionals and company officials on improving their negotiation skills and has further been delivering trainings in “International Mediation” in association with an established training center from Belgium and Mr.Willem Meuwissen, a renowned and well established mediator in Belgium. Melina is also an accredited and registered as an independent Insolvency Consultant in Cyprus. She graduated from the Law School of the University of East Anglia, UK, with an LLB Honors degree. Melina holds a diploma in International Commercial Arbitration from Queen Mary University (London) and is a qualified Barrister-at-Law, a member of Gray’s Inn London and the Cyprus Bar Association.
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For Companies and Unemployed Individuals, the prices shown below are after the deduction of the HRDA subsidy.
More information is provided during the registration process, including the HRDA Terms and Conditions for eligibility.
VAT (19%) is included on the prices below.