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Course Description

Two of the hardest and most stressful events of a person's life can be starting a new career, and starting a business. For many aspiring mediators, including those of you interested in mediation, arbitration, and facilitation, these events will go hand in hand. Whether you’ve just graduated and are looking to enter the field, or you’re a seasoned professional ready for a change, you’ll need a solid plan for your path into this new career. This course was designed for you by Dick Fincher. Dick is a Cornell alumni, lawyer, neutral and managing partner of Workplace Resolution LLC. In the course, he shares his deep knowledge and experience in neutral work, and creating a successful business. As he shares his experience, he challenges you to leverage his advice into creating your own successful business. During this course you’ll complete a project that includes the key components of a business plan, you’ll then receive feedback on that project from a successful neutral already working. This work will set you up to successfully take next steps in your career that are appropriate to your unique interests and situation.

Faculty Author

Richard D. Fincher, JD

Benefits to the Learner

  • Explore and outline your personal prospects as a mediator and/or arbitrator
  • Create a draft business plan and action steps to begin your journey into the conflict resolution field

Applies Towards the Following Certificates

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Language of Delivery
English
Type
4 week
Dates
Sep 15, 2021 to Nov 23, 2021
Total Number of Hours
10.0
Course Fee(s)
Regular Price $699.00
Section Notes

IMPORTANT COURSE INFORMATION

  • While this is a 4-week course, grades will not be complete for up to 6 weeks after the course ends as the course author and instructor complete feedback on the final course projects.

Language of Delivery
English
Type
4 week
Dates
Nov 10, 2021 to Jan 18, 2022
Total Number of Hours
10.0
Course Fee(s)
Regular Price $699.00
Section Notes

IMPORTANT COURSE INFORMATION

  • While this is a 4-week course, grades will not be complete for up to 6 weeks after the course ends as the course author and instructor complete feedback on the final course projects.

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