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Online Speed Networking – April 28th

Posted by Ann.Lee

Online Speed Networking – April 28th

Along with all of the other personal and professional consequences of COVID-19 restrictions, we know it’s been more difficult than usual for Associate mediators to meet experienced Roster mediators in order to learn about their varied practices. And experienced mediators who would normally make a point of offering support to Associates don’t have the same range of opportunities to meet informally.

We’re hoping to change that by hosting Mediate BC’s first Online Speed Networking event on April 28th, 5:30-7:00pm!

What is Speed Networking?

Speed Networking evolved from the speed dating model of meeting a lot of people in a short period of time, but with a focus on professional connections. You’ll get a chance to meet with fellow mediators individually in a structured, quick and easy format. We’ll also offer time to mingle afterwards, so you won’t miss the chance to say hi to colleagues you might not be paired with in the speed rounds.

What will we talk about?

We’re specifically creating opportunities for newer mediators to spend a few minutes speaking with more experienced mediators, so there will be lots to share about practice areas, getting started in that area, and ways to find more information or meet others working in the field.

How do I register?

To register, fill out the registration form with your name, email and indicate if you are a new mediator or an experienced mediator. Deadline for registration is April 14th.

Registrants will receive further details about connecting a week before the event.

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