Dr. Olga Klimecki

Psychologist and neuroscientist
She has over 15 years of experience in conducting rigorous studies on the plasticity of emotions, social behaviour and brain function.
Starts 27 Apr 2023
17:00
CET
Online
Led by Dr. Olga Klimecki
Registration is Free
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Even though conflicts affect the wellbeing, health, and lives of many people, interventions are rarely chosen based on scientific evidence. During this class, I will present how latest research in psychology and neuroscience can inform evidence-based conflict resolution.

We will teach you how to:

• work with emotions to optimize conflict resolution

• use insights from mediation research to attract more clients

• induce changes in brain functions that promote social cohesion

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Lithuania
Miglė is a lawyer and an active state-certified mediator. She is also a scientific expert on mediation, having concentrated on comparative aspects of laws on mediation in many European jurisdictions during her PhD research and her work with the CEPEJ Working Group on Mediation.
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Nigeria
Fola Alade is the Founder/ Principal Partner at FOTEFA Partners LP (Mediators & Mediation Advocates), a bespoke Mediation firm in Nigeria.
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Portugal
Ana´s professional expertise in online dispute resolution (ODR) has focused on enhancing the quality of the mediation practice using ICT- information and communication technology.
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Canada
Julian’s career began in ethics, where his expertise rests in the areas of mental health, pharmaceuticals, and emerging technologies. As a mediator, he has worked throughout the health care spectrum on conflicts related to informed consent, patient rights and many others. He is drawn to innovation and mediates conflicts that stem from emerging technologies/industries and the entrepreneurial spirit that comes with them.
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France
Claude Amar is a registered architect, a hotel developer, a real estate asset manager and a mediator.