Instructor: Diane Kenty
Diane  Kenty Biography: Diane Kenty Esq., is director of the court ADR program for the Maine trial courts, where she administers and serves on all statewide ADR rosters. She has mediated hundreds of cases over the last 15 years in a wide range of disputes, including commercial, family and divorce, small claims and community conflicts. Diane speaks and writes about mediation frequently and teaches the ADR survey course as adjunct faculty at Maine Law School. Formerly an attorney in private practice in Boston, she has volunteered as a consultant on mediation to the courts of Jordan and Odessa, Ukraine.

Classes by this instructor

Contact Hrs/CEUs: 14/1.4

AgileWhile conflicts are inevitable, anger, holding grudges, hurt, and blame are not.  Conflict resolution can be a growth opportunity.  With the right tools and frame of mind, you can resolve conflicts in a way that benefits everyone involved.  Once people understand conflict and how to more effectively manage it, fear and avoidance can disappear, while personal growth and productivity expand.

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December 7-8, 2017, Abromson Center, Room 216 (23 seats (96%) remaining)
Contact Hrs/CEUs: 40/4.0

AgileMediation introduces you to alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and the process and skills of mediation. It provides 40 hours of training, which is a state and national standard for entry-level mediators. The course is designed for individuals who are interested in mediating or applying the process of mediation to their profession or in their workplace.

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April 26, 2018 to May 1, 2018, Abromson Center, Room 213 (17 seats (85%) remaining)
Contact Hrs/CEUs: 7/0.7

AgileWe constantly negotiate with others in both professional and personal arenas. This course is designed for leaders and managers who negotiate for themselves and their organizations, as well as those who supervise employees and staff members who engage in negotiation. It is intended to provide a framework for analyzing the negotiation process more effectively and to provide tips for reaching agreement.

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Friday, November 3, 2017, Abromson Center, Room 213 (22 seats (92%) remaining)