I spoke about how Conflicts Kilt Start-Ups at the Darwin Talks Vancouver. Huge thanks to Evolve Law and Vancouver Legal Hackers for putting this together. If you have time you can watch the entire Event, there were a lot of great ideas shared.
Definitely a Learning Experience
C.D. have been experimenting with recording set-ups, formats and sharing. We've made some mistakes, gotten in a few tussles with technology, and are starting to feel like we almost know what we are doing. Podcasting has required us both to learn some new skills and hopefully you can hear it in the episodes getting stronger as we go.
This whole experiment has had me thinking about what allows us to embrace changes and what makes us rigid. I've decided to explore this subject further at the September CoRe Session - Speedgeeking for Mediators
I am excited to join the Core Conflict Resolution Society Board.
I have been attending the CoRe Speaker Series for the past 3 years and love the wide ranging and interesting topics covered. They challenge me to continue to grow in my practice. It is a great honour to be selected to give back and help CoRe support meditaors and engage the public. CoRe is engaged in a number of interesting initiatives to support conflict resolution.
I am a member of 3 committees: Speaker Series, New Mediators Group, Writers Group
Overthinking Conflict: A podcast exploring the business, skills and styles or peacemaking.
Its coming together quickly and nearly ready for its launch later this month. Thank you to everyone for your enthusiasm and support.
And a huge shout out to Jay Lyonns for his great graphic design work. Check out this awesome logo design.
I have been somewhat quiet recently because I have a new side project. I'm really excited about it.
Look for launch announcements in the next 2-3 weeks.
There is a hint in the picture.