UCMHP Life Mentor Mediation Course
The UCMHP Life Mentor Mediation Course introduces participants to the basics of mediation and helps them utilize tools from UCMHP to become better mediators. The role of a meditator is a neutral third party attempting to defuse conflict and reach an agreement between opposing parties through their knowledge of effective negotiation procedures. UCMHP can be an invaluable instrument during mediation as it allows all parties to better understand each other through the mutual analysis of their profiles.
Tools from the UCMHP methodology that could be used during meditation include:
- Identifying the characters, personalities and behaviours of Disputants
- Pre-empting the escalation of potential conflicts
- Identify miscommunication barriers arising from Disputants’ behavior and personality.
- Allowing the mediator to be better equipped with a wider variety of suitable techniques for conflicts resolution.
|1||Objective UCMHP Mediation Course
What is 21st Century Universal Character Methodology Human Profiling
|6||Stage 2: Opening Statement
|2||What is Mediation?
2 Types Of Mediation
What is Conflict?
Meaning of Litigation
Benefits of Mediation.
Parties Involved in Mediation.
Definition of Mediation.
Role of a Mediator
Dos and Don’ts in Mediation
|7||Stage 3: Information Exchange (Agenda setting)
|3||7 Stages of Mediation Process
||8||Stage 4 Problem Solving (Exploration)
|4||Stage 1: Administrative Stage
Learn to plot the UCMHP Chart
|9||Stage 5 : Impasse (Negotiation Deadlock) (Optional)
|5||Stage 1: Administrative Stage – Mediation Technique and Skill
||10||Stage 6: Caucus (Optional)
|11||Stage 7: Settlement (Agreement)|