ACR Education-Research-Training Section Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Can we get emailed copies of the slides after the webinar?
The webinar will be available to view following the session.
I think the "gig economy" accounts for the growth in co-working spaces - a place that's not a cafe where you can work on many different jobs but stay in one place that emphasizes networking and getting work done.
Are there many mediator job opportunities out there?
I think what Davis has been saying for the past 20 minutes is “No.” And “yes, however…”
Is it difficult for graduate students to get a job in the field without the experience?
I am new to this, reinventing myself, my work and looking to forward my goal as an person who desires to inspires the lives of truth seekers; two trainings under my belt, and this webinar has been very eye opening.
How can those of us who are interested in conflict resolution but are pursuing non-conflict mediation degrees incorporate this field into our work?
Do you find that someone with a conflict resolution degree but has not practiced or worked in the field for X amount of years that the degree becomes obsolete?
If looking for a more traditional position within the field (example mediator)
I second Ruth's question...our family moves frequently for work (every 2-3 years), so practicing ADR in a stabile way is very difficult...doing volunteer community mediation/race relationship building work now, but could be in workplace mediation/HR/EEO office next job, or starting my own business...how to not be obsolete or start over each time
Peter Adler’s article “The End of Mediation: An Unhurried Ramble on Why The Field Will Fail and Mediators Will ThriveOver The Next Two Decades” from mediate.com might help folks with these concepts, too.
thank you so much David
this was really worth it
thanks so much