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Neuroawareness® online training

In collaboration with Neuroawareness® Consulting Services, Resolution Institute provides this online training in the application of neuroscience to ADR practice at a special price.

The training is an opportunity to expand your ADR practice by learning techniques based on neurobiology and cognitive science and by working online with a network of peers across Australasia.

  • How does the human brain process information when we try to make a decision, manage our emotions, focus our attention, respond, or analyse the behaviour of “others”?
  • What are the biological processes and mechanisms involved in the brains of the mediator and of the parties before and during mediation? How can these be optimised?
  • How can we design the mediation process to take into account such processes and mechanisms?
  • How can we develop our own sense of mindfulness and what are the benefits of doing so?

This 14 session live online program will help you find your own answers to these questions, reflect upon your personal profile and professional practice, and provide you with practical tools and techniques.

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How this online program works

Weekly webinars
The program takes place in 14 weekly sessions of 1.5 hours conducted via the internet using state of the art e-learning software, GoToTraining.

Session times

5:30pm - 7:00pm Sydney Time (GMT +11) Currently AEDT, changing to AEST from 3 April 2016.

Group discussions
5 online group discussions to share insights, experiences and reflections.

On –line coaching sessions
3 one-on-one on-line sessions with Executive Coach François Bogacz are included to support you implementing your personal action plan

Text provided
Slides of the sessions, bibliography and a digital copy of Know Thyself by Craig Hassed

What you need
A PC or Mac with a good internet connection, a microphone and speakers. (The use of a headset is optional but recommended.)

How you participate
You will be able to hear what other participants say and to make your own contributions to the online classes and group discussions. You will also complete self-assessment questionnaires, self-reflection, quizzes and coaching sessions

Limited numbers
Numbers are limited to allow a good level of interaction

Recorded sessions
Video recordings will be available to participants who miss a session or who want to revisit the content after the session. A PC or Mac is mandatory to view these recordings.

Learning diary
Participants should be prepared to dedicate at least 30 minutes in addition to the weekly sessions to maintain a learning diary throughout the course.

About the presenter

François Bogacz is the co-founder and CEO of Neuroawareness Consulting Services Inc. which delivers consulting and training services in negotiation, conflict prevention and resolution and leadership development, using ground breaking “brain-based” knowledge and techniques. François has facilitated dozens of face-to-face and online advanced learning programs for ADR professionals, managers and lawyers in the last 5 years. He is currently conducting an interdisciplinary PhD research project about affective and social signals in mediation at the National Centre of Competence in Research on Affective Sciences in Geneva, Switzerland.

François has worked at Microsoft, Hitachi, Philips and start-ups as a marketing and business development executive for the first part of his professional life. He is a Graduate of Harvard Program on Negotiation, an International Mediation Institute Certified Mediator, a De Bono Thinking Systems Facilitator and a member of the mediation roster of the Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre of Arbitration. He is a certified licensee of the Intercultural Readiness Check and Conflict Dynamics Profile instruments. He speaks fluently Portuguese, English and French.

Beyond his passion for neuropsychology, cultures, and all kinds of social processes such as conflict prevention and resolution, François is a writer of four novels, a sailor (he crossed the Atlantic, among other journeys), and sees himself as a citizen of the world. He has been living in Paris, Lisbon, Sydney and San Diego and is now living in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, with his wife and their son.

Late registration

If it is less than one working day before the event starts please call the Resolution Institute office about registration on (02) 9251 3366.

If you do not receive a confirmation of your registration within one hour please contact the Resolution Institute office on (02) 9251 3366 or email training to confirm that your registration has been successfully received.