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Dispute Resolution: Mediating in a Virtual World
Start Date: 4/2/2020Start Time: 8:00 AM
End Date: 4/2/2020

Event Description:

te: This will be a virtual session via ZOOM.  Waiting room will open at 8am, presentation will begin at 8:30 am. To RSVP, email for link

The advent of COVID-19 changed our world in ways we could not have predicted.  Social distancing is the new normal and gathering parties around a table is not an option. 

For mediation, the current public health crisis may signal a tipping point.  Most mediators  are now confronted with the need to provide mediation services in a new way.  Convening meetings, joint sessions, caucuses, document sharing and other essential time honored mediation techniques must rely on online tools.

Join us on April 2nd to learn how to use Zoom and other tools to conduct mediations in a virtual world.  This will be an online experience providing participants with an understanding of how the Zoom platform works, its features, dos and don’ts,  and challenges.

Alex Yaroslavsky, NMC, PCC is an Executive Coach with 20+ years of coaching, teaching and mediation experience in a variety of industries, including financial services, nonprofits, pharmaceuticals, construction and higher education.

Since 2000 Alex has worked with Fortune 100 clients in the financial services, healthcare and in the nonprofit sector. Client list includes Goldman Sachs, HSBC, Boston Scientific, Pfizer, NYU Langone Medical Center, The Brooklyn Hospital Center and American Jewish World Service. His experience includes coaching senior leaders in developing an internal brand, building effective coalitions, working with competitors, managing shifting roles as well as managing career transitions.

Alex teaches Dispute Resolution at Baruch College in NYC. He serves on several arbitration and mediation panels including Financial Industry National Regulatory Authority (FINRA), New York State Supreme Court (Commercial Division), New York City’s Civilian Complaint Review Board (CCRB) and New York County Lawyers’ Association (NYCLA).

Alex is a member of the International Mediation Institute (IMI), the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals and was one of the first mediators to become certified by the New York State Dispute Resolution Association (NYSDRA). He is an experienced trainer and routinely coaches new mediators.

Alex completed the Georgetown Executive Coaching program in 2016 and the Coro Leadership New York program in public policy in 2007. He also holds a Master’s degree in Industrial & Labor Relations from Cornell University (1995) and a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing and International Business from New York University’s Stern School of Business (1991). Alex is a graduate of Brooklyn Technical High School (1987).
Alex Yaroslavsky

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