This is an online event hosted by CIArb, taking place on 21 October 2021 at 1.00 - 2.00pm GMT+1.
The ‘new normal’ of remote working combined with the shift towards a digitised economy offer ever greater opportunities to reach new markets and to serve more clients globally as well as more global clients! To tap into this trend and to benefit from the world of ADR going online, mediators need to have a strategic approach and be versed in the relevant digital communication playbooks.
In our second MTT webinar, we’ll look at:
- How to develop a commercially viable ADR offer;
- The building blocks for creating a successful digitised mediation practice;
- How to use social media to develop contacts into leads, and to convert these leads into mediation referrals;
- The benefits of using social media for professional purposes;
- How to grow visibility through innovative online content;
- How to grow an audience, develop a network and create your personal brand.
To learn all this and more, join our expert guests – Dan Mortimer and Sarah Ouis - in discussion with Karolina Jackowicz. Let’s transform mediation so that it’s fit for the digital age.
Cost and registration: Attendance is free of charge but pre-registration is required.
There are eight webinars in the MTT series taking place each Thursday between 14 October and 2 December 2021. Book your place for this and future webinars in the series.
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Dan Mortimer is the founder of Performance Laws, a boutique firm specialising in helping professionals and companies obtain business from attorneys and law firms. Performance Laws works with over 150+ clients globally within a wide range of areas – dispute resolution, expert witness services, legal consulting, alternative legal services, litigation support, etc.
Prior to founding Performance Laws, Dan spent over thirteen years in the financial industry and ten years in online marketing and business development.
Sarah Ouis is a former in-house legal counsel recently turned legal creative consultant.
She’s been developing her visibility through her innovative content on social media which led her to move away from the traditional in-house legal practice and create a new path for herself and help legal service providers with legal content creation and legal design services.
Karolina Jackowicz is a CEDR-accredited mediator and a UX designer and a legal tech entrepreneur. Karolina’s mission is to transform the mediation practice with innovative tools and a customer-centred focus, so it can better serve the needs of the digital economy.
This tech and design expertise combined with a passion for teaching and life-long learning result in Mediation Tech Tracker – your guide for the journey towards digitalising mediation.