Relational Practice Virtual Summit
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The ABA Section of Dispute Resolution’s Task Force on Relational Practices has designed this online conference to explore the so called “soft skills” used in relational practice. Some of the online conference programs will be live while others will be pre-recorded. The program content will appeal to a broad audience: attorneys, law students, ombuds, mediators, facilitators, doctors, business people, really anyone who deals with people.
During the summit attendees will be able to join more than 20 programs designed around the theme of “I can relate! Skills, Ideas, and Models for Engaging Differences.” Programs will be varying lengths, ranging from six to thirty minutes long, offering a rich collection of topics and speakers.
Click here for a full list of Virtual Summit programs. These programs are not for CLE credit.
Please note that because of system processing times, you must register by 8/29 to get access to every live program. You can still register after 8/29, but after that date we cannot guarantee that you will receive your login information before the first live program airs.
“To stay ahead of AI in an increasingly automated world, we need to start cultivating our most human abilities on a societal level – and to do so not just as soon as possible, but as early as possible.” --- Dan Wellers, the Global Lead for Digital Futures at SAP Marketing Strategy in Forbes Magazine
The Task Force on Relational Practices explores how lawyers and other professionals can best cultivate these human abilities.