Simon Mediation - Dan Simon, M.A., J.D.

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Dan Simon, M.A., J.D.

Training Packages for your Organization – Mastering Workplace Conflict

 

Family and Divorce Mediation Training – 40 hours:  Provide your employees or members with the training that has been certified by the Minnesota Supreme Court and others.  It’s very highly rated by participants (averaging over 9 on a scale from 1 to 10).  Offered over 5 days.  Price:  $29,000 plus travel. Price accommodations may be available for smaller groups and non-profits.

 

Civil Mediation Training – 30 hours:  Provide your employees or members with the training that has been certified by the Minnesota Supreme Court and others. Its very highly rated by participants (averaging over 9 on a scale from 1 to 10). Offered over 4 days.  Price:  $22,000 plus travel.  Price accommodations may be available for small groups and non-profits.

 

Mastering Workplace Conflict: Improve your employees’ or members’ capacity to manage conflict.  Participants will learn to respond to their own conflicts more constructively and will also learn to mediate others’ conflicts. 18-hour course over 3 days. Price: $15,000 plus travel.

 

Responding Effectively to Workplace Conflict:  Conflict is inevitable.  And we have many choices about how to handle it.  These courses will enhance your employees’ capacity to deal with it in a way that is both effective and that they can feel good about.

2.5 day (15-hour) course:  $12,000 plus travel.

2 day (12-hour) course:  $10,000

1.5 day (9-hour) course:  $8,000

1 day (6-hour) course:  $6,000

3 hour course:  $4000

Depending on my availability, I may offer discounts on these prices, especially to small groups and non-profits.


"I recently had a phone consultation with another mediator who was working with one of my clients. From the moment we got on the phone, the guy never stopped talking. No wonder my client felt overwhelmed in his presence. When you consult with Dan Simon, he never stops listening. This is what distressed couples need. They do not need another person talking at them or pressuring them into making critical decisions about their lives before they're ready."  (Here's Betsy's website.)
- Betsy Sansby, LMFT, Minnetonka, MN