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Peacemaking And Profitmaking: They Can Coexist!
Forrest (Woody) Mosten, Principal Trainer
carl Michael rossi, Associate Tr...
9:00 a.m. Developing Your Peacemaking Signature
 A Commitment to Peacemaking Excellence
 Developing Your Peacemaking Sig...
Peacemaking and Profitmaking: They Can Coexist !
To register and pay by check, make your check payable to:
CMRossi, LLC - ...
Hardship Policy of
The commitment of cMrossi, LLC – CPChicago Educational Services is to the
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Peacemaking and Profitmaking: They Can Coexist!

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This training is geared for divorce professionals who have expressed a desire to transition their practice from a litigation model to a more client-centered divorce process. You may have taken training(s) in Collaborative Practice or Mediation. You may even have 'done some' of either. You might be part of an organization of others who 'do some' of each.
Despite such efforts, most such professionals find that they are still making the vast majority of their income as a Warrior in the adversarial system, as opposed to a Peacemaker in the Collaborative or Mediation model. This has caused many professionals who spent time and money to be trained and who really would prefer to be Peacemakers to believe that it simply is not possible to do so.
This disconnect between your desire to transition your practice from one steeped in the adversarial model to one based on productive Peacekeeping and your concern about economic return from such a transition is a tension that has led to this training. We have designed this course to address this tension experienced by practitioners. Our intention in offering this class is to provide you ideas, resources, and to demonstrate proven models of new ways of practice from which you can gain personal satisfaction and increased income from your peacemaking work.

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Peacemaking and Profitmaking: They Can Coexist!

  1. 1. Peacemaking And Profitmaking: They Can Coexist! Forrest (Woody) Mosten, Principal Trainer carl Michael rossi, Associate Trainer Overview of the Training This training is geared for divorce professionals who have expressed a desire to transition their practice from a litigation model to a more client-centered divorce process. You may have taken training(s) in Collaborative Practice or Mediation. You may even have 'done some' of either. You might be part of an organization of others who 'do some' of each. Despite such efforts, most such professionals find that they are still making the vast majority of their income as a Warrior in the adversarial system, as opposed to a Peacemaker in the Collaborative or Mediation model. This has caused many professionals who spent time and money to be trained and who really would prefer to be Peacemakers to believe that it simply is not possible to do so. This disconnect between your desire to transition your practice from one steeped in the adversarial model to one based on productive Peacekeeping and your concern about economic return from such a transition is a tension that has led to this training. We have designed this course to address this tension experienced by practitioners. Our intention in offering this class is to provide you ideas, resources, and to demonstrate proven models of new ways of practice from which you can gain personal satisfaction and increased income from your peacemaking work. We teach this class from differing backgrounds, length of professional experience, and life perspectives. Woody uses his 40 years as an innovative law and mediation practitioner and trainer to go beyond the successful Master Class that he taught with Pauline Tesler in 2011-2012. Also, as the world recongized, "Father of Unbundling, he has developed models of unbundling that improve access to professionals and accelerate practice building. carl Michael, an early Board Member of the IACP, a founding Board Member of CLII, Founder & Executive Director of Collaborative Practice Professionals of Illinois, Co-Publisher of The World of Collaborative Practice online magazine, and moderator of the Yahoo Collaborative Group Listserve, shares lessons learned from his own transitioning into a full time peacemaking practice as well as his experiences training and consulting across the U.S. We enjoy training together and have every confidence that this training will accelerate the timeframe in which you can transition your practice from litigation to Peacemaking and, at the same time, to replace or exceed the revenue that you currently earn. This training is fast paced and interactive and concentrated. We look forward to working with you as you move into your Peacemaking practice! Woody Mosten and carl Michael rossi Syllabus 8:30 a.m. Registration
  2. 2. 9:00 a.m. Developing Your Peacemaking Signature  A Commitment to Peacemaking Excellence  Developing Your Peacemaking Signature  Utilizing Congruent Peacemaking Values to Make a Transition to New Paradigm Service Delivery  Improve Negotiation Strategies by Moving From Debate to Discussion to Reflective Connected Dialogue 10:00 a.m. Offering Peacemaking Services that Clients Will Buy Stepping Out of Your Collaborative Comfort Zone: Using Your Peacemaking Skills in Different Models  Getting Referrals  Whom to Work With  Collaborative and Mediation  Unbundled Legal, Mental Health, and Financial Services to Pro Se Litigants 10:30 a.m. Break 10:45 a.m. The Journey To Becoming A Full Time Peacemaker  How Giving Up Litigation and Committing to Peacemaking Will Create a Profit Center for Your Peacemaking Practice  How to Make the Transition from a Full Services Professional Who "Also Does" Collaborative or Mediation to a Fulltime Peacemaker 12:00 p.m. Lunch 1:00 p.m. The Journey To Becoming A Full Time Peacemaker  Overcoming Personal and Professional Challenges, Real and Perceived that Prevent the Transition to Full Time Peacemaker  Strategies to Maximize Profitability During and After Your Transition  The Connection Between Your Profitable Individual Practice and Your Involvement with Practice Groups/Organizations 2:30 p.m. Planning Your Next Decade As A Profitable Peacemaker Through Daily Baby Steps  The Commitment to Peacemaking Excellence: A Daily Practice  Peacemaker Self-Survey: Highlighting Your Strategic Plan  Developing Your Mission Statement 3:00 p.m. Break 3:15 p.m. Planning Your Next Decade As A Profitable Peacemaker Through Daily Baby Steps  Drafting Your Peacemaker Business Plan  Redesigning Your Office to Become a Client Education and Support Center  Visioning Your Practice for Profitability and Personal Satisfaction 4:30 p.m. Training Concludes Your Transition To Full Time Peacemaking Starts Today
  3. 3. Peacemaking and Profitmaking: They Can Coexist ! To register and pay by check, make your check payable to: CMRossi, LLC - CPChicago Educational Services and mail it and this form to carl Michael rossi 1942 N. Whipple St - R1 Chicago Illinois 60647 Checks should be received by Monday, August 19 Name _______________________________________________________________________ Attorney Registration Number _________________ Address______________________________________________________________________ City, State, Zip ______________________________________________________________ E-mail _______________________________ Phone: ______________ FEES: Single Registration $500.00 Current CPPIL members $450.00 (Subject to confirmation) Solo Practitioners 'Two- Fer' Registration $750 (Must include 2d registrant info below. This is ONLY available for two SOLO practitioners. EACH must have no partners or associates or of counsel relationships or shared offices or marketing relationships.) Hardship Registration $350 (Must include affidavit; subject to approval) Name _______________________________________________________________________ Attorney Registration Number _________________ Address______________________________________________________________________ City, State, Zip ______________________________________________________________ E-mail _______________________________ Phone: ______________ Check enclosed; amount _______ [credit card payments must be made online at www.ProfitablePeacemaking.eventbrite.com or by special advance arrangement on site. Additional fees may apply] Any special accommodations needed: ________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ Questions about the program: carl Michael rossi at cmr@cpchicago.net
  4. 4. Hardship Policy of The commitment of cMrossi, LLC – CPChicago Educational Services is to the growth of both new and established professionals. Our intent is to provide programs that develop both the practical skills necessary for competent representation and the personal skills necessary for satisfaction in such representation. If you are a law student or a professional making less than $30,000 per year you may apply for a 30% discounting of the fee of our programs by mailing the below affidavit for review to CPChicago Educational Services, 1942 N. Whipple - R1, Chicago, IL 60647 no later than 10 days prior to the program. Affidavit of Financial Hardship I, (Print Your Name), would like to attend a seminar sponsored by CPChicago Educational Services entitled _Peacemaking and Profitmaking: They Can Coexist!_ being held on August 23, 2013 and on oath depose and state as follows: 1) That paying of the full fee for this seminar will be a financial hardship. 2) That I earn less than $30,000 annually. 3) That I understand that misrepresenting my financial hardship to gain a reduced fee may be a violation of the Illinois Rules of Professional Conduct and that it may result in my being denied admission to the program. ________________________________________________ (Signature) SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN TO before me this _____________ day of _____________________, 20 _. Notary Public

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