View videos endorsing NAR's Mediation Training from association staff and members who attended in 2018.
NAR's 2023 Mediator/Mediation Training will take place
September 6, 7, and 8
at the Hyatt Centric Chicago Magnificent Mile Hotel in Chicago, IL.
This intensive two-and-a-half day learning experience is designed to enhance and refine one’s existing mediation skills. The seminar features one full day of three-person mediation simulations, guided by individual mediation coaches. The training is led by Northwestern University Law School’s Lynn Cohn. The training empowers attendees to share dispute resolution techniques, skills, and expertise with others. The instruction and comprehensive support materials also enable participants to serve as mediators and ombudsmen.
Prior experience or training in mediation is helpful for attendees, but not required.
Comments From Previous Attendees:
"This is the best training that I have ever attended."
"Superb demonstration of talent that exists in our industry."
"Unbelievable in the best sense of the word."
"So good I want to attend again."
"Instructors were excellent at drawing out the participants and removing any feeling of being judged or concerns of being evaluated."
"Over the last 15 years, I have invested over $100K in continued education. I found more value in this training than any other class, seminar, or coaching. The caliber of mediators that were there to personally coach us was like having Nolan Ryan giving private pitching lessons."
"There was an incredible wealth of knowledge. The simulations, the role play and the coaching was valuable beyond belief."
"This is a fantastic training! Lynn is amazing and the entire class was so organized. By far one of the BEST trainings I have ever attended!"
"This is one of the best programs I've been a part of since being licensed. The quality of the instruction was World Class and I'd recommend it to any engaged member of our Association!"
"This training was THE MOST INFORMATIVE and engaging training I have ever been a part of in 22 years."