The Learn to Mediate Online Podcast from Susan Guthrie, Esq.

The Learn to Mediate Online Podcast from Susan Guthrie, Esq.

An innovative and cutting edge podcast from one of the leading names in online mediation, Attorney Susan Guthrie, who shares insights, tips and expert know how for dispute resolution professionals who deliver services online!

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May 13, 2021 34 min

On this episode of The Learn to Mediate Podcast, Susan Guthrie speaks with Donna Serdula, author of LinkedIn Profile Optimization for Dummies and the Founder of LinkedIn-Makeover.com, about how you can make LinkedIn work for you!

LinkedIn is the most important networking, jobsearch and digital outreach platform for professionals and how you show up there matters!  So many people struggle with LinkedIn though.  How do you build you...

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On this episode of The Learn to Mediate Podcast, Susan Guthrie speaks with Leading Executive Performace Coach, Ben Kiker, CEO and Founder of the Ben Kiker Group, about the massive sense of overwhelm overtaking the professional sector and how to overcome it in your own practice.

I don't know about you but I am exhausted these days so I called upon my friend, Ben Kiker, who also happens to be one of the leading performance coach...

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In this episode, online mediation expert Susan Guthrie, speaks with Managing Director of Litigation-Tech, LLC, Ted Brooks about the technology support and trial presentation services he provides to attorneys and courts.

Technical Bailiff and Trial Presentation services are a relatively new offering in the world of litigation, but Ted Brooks has bee providing technology support to lawyers, firms and courts for more than 20 years.  ...

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As professionals have transitioned online, most have spent a great deal of time perfecting the mechanics of the virtual platforms such as Zoom, but there is more to being effective in the virtual world than knowing how to use breakout rooms. In this episode of the Learn to Mediate Online Podcast, online mediation expert, Susan Guthrie, shares her #1 tip which is guaranteed to make you more effective in your online meetings, mediati...

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In this final episode in the series, Part Four presents the final chapter of the primer on digital marketing for dispute resolution professionals.   Online mediation expert Susan Guthrie, takes you through the last techniques and outlets that you can use to implement your branding and marketing strategy.  Featuring both paid and free digital marketing avenues for you to explore, Susan is going to get you ready to launch and take yo...

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In this episode, Part Three of a special multi-episode series on digital marketing for dispute resolution professionals, online mediation expert Susan Guthrie, is ready to help you implement your branding and marketing strategy that you have created after listening to Parts One and Two.  It's time to talk about Digital Marketing Techniques!

In this episode you will learn:

  • The top 9 digital marketing techniques.
  • How to refine y...
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    In this episode, Part Two of a special multi-episode series on digital marketing for dispute resolution professionals, online mediation expert Susan Guthrie, takes you to the next step in your journey, by helping you to craft your digital marketing strategy.  In Part One you created and honed your personal and professional brand and in this episode you will work your way through the 5 critical steps to create a workable and effecti...

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    In this episode, online mediation expert Susan Guthrie, walks you through the process of creating your digital marketing plan so that you can hit the ground running as you enter the world of online outreach.  In our virtual world, businesses leverage digital channels such as Google search, social media, email and their websites to connect with their current and prospective customers.  In this multi-part series, Susan will help you ...

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    In this episode, online mediation expert Susan Guthrie, speaks with dispute resolution professional and thought leader, Larry Bridgesmith, about the amazing opportunities for collaboration and change created in the wave of technological innovation sweeping the profession and the world.  

    As a profession, dispute resolutionists and legal professionals have faced the difficulties of the pandemic and embraced the change and adoption ...

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    In this episode, online mediation expert Susan Guthrie, gives you the essentials of online etitquette a/k/a "netiquette."  As people expand their use of video-conferencing and online meetings for all aspects of their personal and professional lives, it is human nature to become complacent, to form some bad habits and many have just tossed proper etiquette aside.

    This is an unfortunate side effect of the mass transition to ...

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    In this episode, Susan Guthrie, discusses the growing trend toward hybrid mediations and meetings of all types.  As we move forward into a post-Covid world, and in-person meetings become possible again, it is certain that many clients will wish to conduct their dispute resolution sessions in-person.  It is equally true however, that many participants will choose to participate remotely and this can make things complicated!  

    It is...

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    In the second episode of Season 2, Susan Guthrie speaks with Gary Doernhoefer, the Founder of ADR Notable, the first-of-it's kind could-based technology platform that helps mediators before, during and after their sessions.  This is truly the must-have technology that will transform your practice!

    If you listen to the show or have ever heard Susan speak at an event, you know she loves tech that is created by dispute resolution...

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    We are kicking off Season 2 of The Learn to Mediate Online Podcast with not one but two esteemed guests, The Honorable Bruce Meyerson (ret.) and Tracey Frisch, Esq. who are sharing some of the amazing opportunities for scholarships and grants through the AAA-ICDR Foundation that benefit and support dispute resolution programs and professionals.

    The AAA-ICDR Foundation® is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization funding projects an...

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    In this episode of The Learn to Mediate Online Podcast, Host Susan Guthrie speaks with one of the leading civil dispute resolution specialists out there, Ana Sambold who shares her top tips for getting your cases settled ONLINE!

    Having served as a neutral in over 1,000 cases, many of them online, Ana Sambold is known for her ability to help the parties reach resolution!  Handling a wide range of cases including business/commercial...

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    In this episode, Susan Guthrie reveals the preliminary results of a recent survey that she conducted with colleague, Dr. Debra Dupree, to uncover what we all really think about mediating online.  The survey results give us insights into what we like about it, what we don't like about it and what we think we need to do it better!  (Spoiler Alert:  Overall, we LIKE it!)

    Tune in to hear the survey results and if you haven't h...

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    In this episode, Susan Guthrie speaks with veteran attorney, mediator and arbitrator, Judith Starr, whose active private practice and prolific pro bona mediation contributions have all been delivered via Zoom since the advent of the pandemic.  Judith has encountered many of the issues that online mediators face, and has found the solutions to many of the problems!  She shares her top tips with you so that you, and your clients, can...

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    In this episode, Susan Guthrie speaks with experienced online mediator and attorney, Jean Lawler, about the importance of awareness and taking precautions in light of the significant threats to cybersecurity and privacy online.

    October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and as many professionals, including attorneys and dispute resolution practitioners have moved online, the risk of a security and/or privacy break has increased exp...

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    In this episode, Susan Guthrie, the founder of Learn to Mediate Online, gives a quick update of some of the exciting innovations that Zoom announced in mid-October at their annual Zoomtopia Conference.  Several of these announcements concern functionality that is of great interest to online dispute resolution professionals as they address issues of  security, functionality and even include a bit of fun so listen in to hear the late...

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    This week Susan Guthrie speaks with Chris Draper, Managing Director of Trokt and Co-Chair of the American Bar Association Dispute Resolution Section's Technology Committee about the increasingly important topic of online data security.  Chris outlines what an online professional needs to know as well as what technology exists to help you keep that all-important data as secure as possible!

    As the world moves increasingly online...

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    In this episode, online mediation expert, Susan Guthrie reviews the options for the all-important memorialization of agreements reached in a virtual proceeding.

    It's a great day when a mediation or dispute resolution proceeding results in an agreement but when the process is virtual, and all or most participants are remote from each other, memorializing and executing the settlement agreement can be difficult.  After all, no on...

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