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Being Human: Exploring Our Blind Spots and Biases Program Description Available

by Gini Nelson

From Gini Nelson's Blog Engaging Conflicts

Gini Nelson

intricate-wooden-carving-against-turquise-skythumbnail.jpg Early Bird registration ends on August 3rd for the Being Human: Exploring Our Blind Spots and Biases CLE Conference taking place September 26-28, 2007 in Santa Fe. Early Bird registration also ends on the 3rd for the two-day pre-conference Transformative Mediation Training CLE (September 24-25, 2007). You’ll get your best prices for these events if you register now!

I’ve completed the program description for September’s Conference now. The Conference features workshops by Kristine Paranica, JD, Victoria Pynchon, JD, LLM, and myself. Here’s a list of the workshops within the Conference:

Kristine Paranica’s Workshops:
1) Transformative Mediation
2) Transforming the Workplace

Victoria Pynchon’s Workshops (with Gini Nelson):
1) Tit for Tat: Learning From Literature and Using Theatre Techniques in Conflict Resolution (Parts 1&2)

Gini Nelson’s Workshops:
1) Science, Personality and Conflict
2) Conflict Communication with Psychological Type in Mind
3) What Brain Science and Personality Theory Tell Us about Ethics
4) Embracing Complexity through Simplicity

And don’t forget the Preconference Training!
For a download with the fuller description, click here for the pdf. Even more information is available at the online registration site,, and you can also call or email me (; 877.992.1900) and Kristine Paranica, JD, Director of the University of North Dakota’s Conflict Resolution Center, and Fellow and Administrative Director of the Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation (; 701.777.2022). We’d be glad to talk with you.

I would love to have you at this conference. Will you please come?


Gini Nelson is a sole practitioner in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Her practice emphasizes private dispute resolution, including distance dispute resolution, and domestic, bankruptcy and bankruptcy avoidance law.

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