Mediator Musings with Sally Curtis

‘Sally’s ability to capture the essence of what you do and help you monetise you opportunities are amazing. The growth and movement I have made to my business in the short time I have been working with Sally have been well worth the investment. Thanks again Sally.

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Mediator Musings with Sally Curtis

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Sally’s vast knowledge of marketing, networking & efficiency makes her the perfect person to help organisations grow. Using proven techniques to increase sales, leverage resources, build connections, and manage time effectively both on and offline!

She has always been in business development, marketing and sales in one form or another all my life. Sally Curtis is driven, with a big dose of the entrepreneurial spirit, she enjoys have fun along the way.

This is why she will always work out a faster, simpler solution…. so she can go and play….this is why Sally is was given me the title of ‘Marketing Problems Solver and Connector’.

She often fast tracks growth through and with people, its how Sally solves problems, ….WHO, do I know that can help with this? Is my go-to question to solve challenges. 

“Which is why my network and your network is so important.”

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Mediator Musings with Fiona Kirkman

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I.Q, E.Q and Legal Tech is what is needed for the next generation of dispute resolution professionals

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In this episode Joanne chats with Fiona Kirkman. Fiona and Joanne did their Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution together and have remained in contact since.

Fiona has transformed her Sydney Family Law practice to focus exclusively on working as a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner and Collaborative Family Law Coach.

They also talk about Legal Tech which is what both believe is the way of the future. 

Repetition gives rise to opportunities for automation

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Mediator Musings with Neville Starick

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One of the things Neville shares is a strategy he uses to overcome resistance by people to engage with counselling, especially proactively to help them to deal with change,
dis-ease or distress.

He uses an acronym of ICE in reverse ECI -Empathy, Connection and then Invitation. 

Neville Starick

More about Neville Starick

Neville is the owner of Cynosure Counselling and Coaching.

He works with clients especially helping people who are struggling to adapt and be resilient to change, whether it is change that is forced on them or even change they have chosen but it doesn’t turn out quite as expected. 

You have to start with empathy. Some people try to go straight to solution mode but solution is the end of the line, not the beginning.

Would you like a conversation with Neville? Send him an email to get started.

Mediator Musings Podcast with Maree Harris

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Maree Harris

Maree is the Director of People Empowered, a leadership development company. Her business name says everything about what she does. She engages with leaders and aspiring leaders, across a wide range of professional sectors, empowering them with the skills they need to move from where they are to where they want to be in their professional lives. This is quite challenging in this unpredictable, uncertain and changing new normal. She believes that to be able to do that today they need to spend as much time working on themselves as they do on their job.

She sees this working on themselves as being about enhancing what are now often called their “soft skills”, their non-technical skills. They are the skills that every leader needs to excel in and every employer is also now seeking in their people. They are the skills that enhance and complement professionals’ well-developed technical expertise, including mediators, that add shine and enormous value to their personal brand.

Maree helps leaders develop these skills through masterclasses, workshops and both individual and group coaching and mentoring. She likes to describe what she does as working with people from the inside out, bringing about long term deep change, rather than giving them tips and strategies which are about short term surface change. Her workshops therefore are very interactive and she prefers to work in small groups where she can get people engaged, sharing their own experiences and getting hands on support for what they are facing in their day to day work.

Maree has a background as an educator, has 19 years experience in counselling and psychotherapy, during which she did additional training as a mediator, and has a Ph.D with a thesis on “Being a Reflective Practitioner in An Age of Uncertainty”. Maree is also a Fellow of the Institute of Managers and Leaders and deputy chair of its Geelong Regional Advisory Council.

Consultative Supervision – using mentoring, group mentoring sessions

You can email Dr Maree Harris directly here.

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Mediator Musings Podcast with Phil Pollard

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Phil Pollard

Launch into your Ideal Life

Launch into your ideal life

If you are at a turning point in your Life, or just want more clarity and direction, or want to restore your passion, THEN this book is written with you in mind. The book looks at why we think the way we think and how to transform that in the areas of your life that you need to, while restoring your true power. You will also find a way to become unstoppable and live a life of meaning that will be uniquely yours.

You can email Phil Pollard directly here.

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Background

 

Phil is a commanding relationship and mindset coach, who knows what it takes to make people excel and achieve their goals in every area of life.

Phil is a fully qualified trainer and coach in the area of Personal Breakthroughs and Neuro Associative Conditioning as well as a Master in Neuro Linguistic Programming techniques. 

He is known to understand what makes individuals, couples and businesses excel, and win in the area of relationships. The last 5 years has seen Phil working in some of the remotest Indigenous communities in Australia assisting Community Leaders in getting amazing results.

Phil is also a master of corporate training and exploring the vital relationships between managers and staff, and the all-important customer relationships.

In 2013 Phil wrote ‘Launch Into Your Ideal Life’ which is available on Amazon, and is currently working on his second book ‘Launch Into Your Ideal Relationship’

Phil also hosted the TV program ‘Coaches on the Coach’ which ran for 2 seasons.

 

A bit more about the work Phil does

At the heart of ever relation and conversation is the ability to listen, and more importantly to actually hear what is being said.

My work with my private and corporate clients is to repair the mis-communication that usually results from prior conversations. Finding common ground to work with, to repair the relationship, or gracefully dissolve it.

My contract work in the remote communities is to source the unworkability and find solutions to having communities work in harmony and understanding. Primarily the aim is to increase school attendance in those areas. 

The program I run with long term unemployed is designed to switch their mindsets and have them take the actions required to live a life they love.

My ideal client is usual someone, or a group, who think that they have done all they can to ‘fix’ the situation and can see no way clear.

Motivation for his current career

I got to a time in my life when I was 40 something, broke and divorced and my kids had disowned me. I could see no way out.

Then I hired a ‘coach’ who had me look at life differently and passed on to me the way to take full responsibility for my life from that point. Ever since then I have continued to study human behaviour and what makes people be the way they are.

His perspective on the role of the mediator


To purely listen without judgement (not easy), to understand what gets people to this point, and have them create a future that they want from now, and take the actions required to make it happen.

Take away messages

Change the way you listen. Listen to hear what is important to who is speaking.

Embrace change, most people fear it, and will stay in painful situation rather than face the fear of the unknown.

With responsibility comes great power.

 

Anything else?

Between my wife and I we have 7 kids and 16 grand kids. On most weekends I teach people how to ride motorcycles confidently and safely.

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