ACR-GNY & CUNY Dispute Resolution Center at John Jay College present:
VIRTUAL ROUNDTABLE BREAKFAST:
PLEASE NOTE: THIS WILL BE A VIRTUAL MEETING** ON ZOOM. WHILE THE PROGRAM WILL START AT 8:30, IF YOU WANT TO NETWORK WITH OTHERS OR ARE UNFAMILIAR WITH ZOOM, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO SIGN IN TO THE "WAITING ROOM" AS EARLY AS 8:00 AM
**A LINK WILL BE SENT TO ALL REGISTRANTS THE NIGHT BEFORE THE EVENT.
APPLIED POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY AND
DISPUTE RESOLUTION: Making the Connection
Positive psychology is an evidence-based discipline that moves beyond the focus in psychology from pathology and remediation, to thriving. It provides a framework for obtaining, cultivating and sustaining well-being. Positive psychology explores pathways to amplifying resilience; goal-setting and achievement; positive and generative relationships; prosocial behavior; and facilitating upward spirals and transcendent behavior.
In this program, Diane Rosen will discuss practical ways to apply strategies, approaches and tools from positive psychology to help ADR practitioners 1) maintain personal intention and equanimity, 2) enhance effectiveness in dispute resolution in real time; and 3) perhaps offer to people in conflict some precepts and ideas that help them get beyond their disputes.
DIANE ROSEN is an author, practicing lawyer, mediator, organizational consultant and certified executive coach with experience in the private, nonprofit and public sectors. She has been Of Counsel to Ortoli Rosenstadt LLP since 2013. Formerly of the law firms Weil Gotshal & Manges; Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom; and Alter & Rosen LLP, Diane specializes in real estate and corporate transactions, non-profit governance and US copyright law. She is a principal at Compass Consultants (www.compassconsultants.net), which works with organizations and individuals to achieve their goals, enhance existing resources, and experience the extraordinary. Through consulting, workshops, training, and coaching services, Diane and Compass work with individuals and organizations to develop a unique compass to navigate toward excellence; enable flourishing while finding meaning and satisfaction along the way; and to optimize organizational and personal advancement and growth.
Diane is the author of The Grownups Guide: Living with Kids in Manhattan (1998, 2003) and The Grownups Guide: Visiting New York City with Kids (2003). She is a graduate of Cornell University (BS); Georgetown University Law Center (JD); NYU (MBA); University of Pennsylvania (Masters in Applied Positive Psychology). She is a doctoral student at Teachers College/Columbia University.