Fidana Alieva

Fidana Alieva

Mediator
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Kyrgyzstan

She has been practising mediation in commercial, labour, organisational and family business disputes for over 10 years. She has tremendous experience in mediation and negotiation with international organisations. Fellow of the Weinstein JAMS International Commercial Mediation Programme (2018, USA).
  • Since 2020 is an international trainer for IM-CAMPUS in English-speaking countries
  • Working as a dispute resolution professional since 2012, mediating, negotiating and arbitrating: mediated and negotiated more than 200 conflicts and disputes
  • Selected as a regional mediator for the Compliance Advisor Ombudsman of the World Bank Group
  • Awarded with the Weinstein JAMS International Fellowship in the USA and spent several months upgrading her qualification and learning from the distinguished mediators of JAMS
  • Established the Centre for Mediation and Negotiation in the capital city of the Kyrgyz Republic which was one of the first mediation centers in her home country
  • In 2018-2020 worked as the Deputy Chairman for the International Court of Arbitration in affiliation with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Kyrgyz Republic (ICA) and helped to integrate mediation into its dispute resolution practices
  • In 2019 was involved as an expert on the integration of mediation with her unique program on that topic by the International Commercial Arbitration Court of Kyiv (Ukraine)
  • Involved as a mediator, mediation expert, negotiator and trainer locally and internationally
  • Graduated Programs: Mediating Litigated Case (Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution, Pepperdine University School of Law, Los Angeles USA), Conflict Sensitive Development International Certificate Program (OSCE Academy), Workplace Conflict Management Certified Trainer Course (Mediation Training Institute, Washington, DC), Envisioning, Designing and Implementing Court ADR (International Court ADR Institute, UC Hastings College of Law), Mediation Skills (Edwards Mediation Academy, San Francisco, USA), Commercial Mediation with Bill Marsh (Great Britain), Comprehensive course of the British Institute for International and Comparative Law on the  International Investment Law and Dispute Resolution
  • In 2020, 2021, and 2022 was selected as a Judge for the International Commercial Mediation Competition, organized by the ICC, Paris
  • Native Russian speaker and fluent in English. She also speaks Kyrgyz, Azerbaijani, and basic French
Blog
Posted 7 Feb 2022
Commercial mediation is typically aligned with the emotional bargaining phase. One of the key elements here is identifying a zone of potential agreement between parties, known as ZOPA. Theoretically, if a gap between what is claimed and what is offered is too large, i.e. there is no ZOPA between the parties, mediation is not worth proceeding
Blog
Posted 22 Jan 2021
Is there right space to mediate or maybe mediation can take place in any space accidentally organized by the mediator right after receiving a mediation request? Of course, there are cases when a mediator has to adapt quickly. Let’s view a situation when a mediator has enough time to create a special space for mediation, involving and efficient.
Starts 15 Apr 2022
14:00
CET
Online
Led by Fidana Alieva
Registration is Free
Registration Ended

In this session you will learn about practical aspects of initial meeting and pre-mediation, their differences and similarities. The trainer will also speak about each of these processes from perspective of their objectives and deliverables.

Starts 28 Feb 2022
14:00
CET
Online
Led by Fidana Alieva
Registration is Free
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In this session you will get acquainted with differences of high-context and low-context cultures. The trainer will share with you real examples of negotiations with different cultures involved and speak about her experience of mediating cross-cultural cases. You will also have a chance to learn more about cultural distinctions of non-verbal language.

Starts 5 Aug 2021
CET
Online
Led by Fidana Alieva
Registration is Free
Registration Ended

Have you ever asked yourself to conduct a co-mediation? Even in online environment co-mediation is becoming a common occurrence. There are many views on what co-mediation is and how to deliver it.

Starts 23 Apr 2021
CET
Online
Led by Fidana Alieva
Registration is Free
Registration Ended

Asking questions is one of the most powerful techniques which helps to negotiate if you are a negotiator and manage mediation process if you are a mediator. 80% of the online seminar’s material is absolutely practical which offers an opportunity to train and develop essential soft skill. Why asking questions is the power? What are different types of questions and how do they work? How to deal with parties’ assumptions using questions?

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