NJAPM Annual Conference Celebrating ADR Day XX


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NJAPM Annual Conference Celebrating ADR Day XX
Saturday November 4, 2017, 9am-4:30pm
The Imperia, 1714 Easton Avenue, Somerset, NJ
Registration Fee for NJAPM Members: $165
IF REGISTERING ONLINE, use the special code 1017ADR at checkout to receive the discount pricing. Here is the link to the online registration: https://tcms.njsba.com/personifyebusiness/njicle/CLEPrograms/NJICLEEventsCalendar/MeetingDetails.aspx?productId=9083827
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Please join us for a wonderful day of celebrating, learning and networking on Saturday November 4, 2017 at our 24th NJAPM Annual Conference, NJAPM Annual Conference Celebrating ADR Day XX. The conference will be held at The Imperia, 1714 Easton Avenue, Somerset, NJ from 9am-4:30pm.
This will be a one-of-a-kind celebration held jointly with other premier New Jersey ADR organizations, namely NJICLE, NJSBA Dispute Resolution Section, the Justice Maria L. Garibaldi Inn of Court, and the New Jersey Council of Collaborative Practice Groups.
The keynote presentation, “What’s Trust Got To Do With It”, promises to be a captivating and engaging session for all mediators. Keynote speaker, Noelle Mykolenko, MBA, a Washington D.C. based consultant with Trusted Advisor Associates (trustedadvisor.com), will explain why trust is the single most powerful factor driving client relationship effectiveness.
The conference events will also include educational workshops, our NJAPM annual meeting at noon, and a very lively ethics session.
Below are the conference details to date. More information will be provided soon. We hope to see you at the conference!
 
Keynote presentation:
What’s Trust Got To Do With It?
Advice-taking • Influence •, Economics • Outcomes that stick
Trust is the single most powerful factor driving client relationship effectiveness. When our clients trust us, they take our advice. They open up to us, and collaborate with us. All parties benefit – in financial, operational and personal terms. Noelle Mykolenko has led Trusted Advisor Associates workshops since 2010. She is passionate about growth, and has experienced first-hand that trusted relationships powerfully accelerate the achievement of both personal and business goals.
As a consultant for Trusted Advisor Associates, Noelle helps professionals in consultative roles achieve their goals through improved client relationships. She delivers tailored, interactive
programs that explore and develop the mindsets, skill sets and everyday habits of a trusted advisor. Based on the classic book The Trusted Advisor, these programs examine the paradigm of trust through the filter of professional services, identifying barriers to trust and delving into new ways of thinking and being to increase individual trustworthiness and rapidly create trust with others.
Based in metropolitan Washington, DC, Noelle holds bachelor’s degrees in Business Administration and French, a Master’s of Business Administration, and certifications in executive leadership and digital marketing. Prior to joining Trusted Advisor Associates, Noelle was Global Director of Client Development at Computer Sciences Corporation, a Fortune 200 IT company.
 
A.M. Breakout Sessions (after the Keynote Presentation):
1) Ghosts in the Room: Dealing with Shadow Advisors
(Anna-Maria Pittella, Esq., APM)
Who's whispering in your divorce clients' ears? How do you handle the whispers? Attend this interactive workshop filled with challenge, intrigue, lots of audience participation and “ghost appearances”!
 
2) Impasse Techniques You Can't Live Without
(Marvin Schuldiner, MBA, APM & Robert Margulies, Esq.)
An interactive seminar on how, when and which tried and true impasse techniques a mediator can count on to finalize a settlement. A least a dozen practical tips will be dissected and explained.
 
3) Arbitration workshop – TBA
 
P.M. Breakout Sessions:
1) Family Law Update
(Jeralyn L. Lawrence, Esq., APM)
Find out the latest family law updates. This will be a very informative presentation with discussion topics including the new child support statute, the recent Bisbing relocation case, and more!
 
2) So You Want to Be a Successful Neutral: Tools to Enhance Your Professionalism
(Marvin Schuldiner, MBA, APM & Robert Margulies, Esq.)
Standing out in today's marketplace can be a challenge. This session will focus on how to more effectively market the services you provide and enhance your professionalism. Learn about branding, reputation, niching and more!
 
3) Arbitration workshop - TBA
 
P.M. Ethics Session:
Ethics For All!
(arranged by Felicia Farber, Esq, APM and Robert Lenrow, Esq., APM)
Get ready for this very informative ethics session which will include challenging ethical scenarios and a lot of audience participation.