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PET X TALKS KEYNOTE
3 Steps For Resolving Conflicts About Animals
Debra uses a simple, 3 step life lesson from grammar school to explain how to resolve a conflict about an animal. The answers can be found in just three words – STOP, DROP, and ROLL.
Fees vary depending on the type of speaking event. Here are some of the variables to consider when planning your meeting and creating a budget to include Debra in your event.
- Type of presentation – keynote, general session, or breakout workshop
- Multiple presentations – different or same presentation repeated 1 – 6 times
- Length of presentation – full day (up to 6 hours), half day (3 hours)
- Location or venue – where meeting is being held
- Expenses – Actual out-of-pocket, or inclusive with fee
- Licensing fee – for permission to audio or video tape Debra’s presentation
- Customization fee – for going above and beyond to personalize a program
- Terms – your choice between paying in full upfront or a 50 /50 payment option
Please contact Debra directly to discuss how she can help you
meet the needs and wants of your event sponsors and attendees.
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Weekly MAAP Pet Care Planning Community Webinar | Wednesday September 30, 2020 7:00 – 7:30 Eastern | Come Join us!!
Are you doing everything you possibly can to make sure you and your loved ones stay healthy and safe during this pandemic?
Have you made your pet's MAAP pet care plan yet? There really is no time like the present to "Get'er done"
If you haven't yet, I want to encourage you to come to our weekly MAAP Pet Care Planning community call at 7:00 pm EDT to get started.
There's still time for you to register for this week's webinar:
Conflict Resolution & the Accessibility of Meetings | October 15th & 16th -- 1:00 - 3:00 pm EDT | Co-Presenting with Gary C. Norman
COVID-19 has caused a historic change and will continue to cause fundamental shifts in how we socialize and how we work as dispute resolvers.
Knowing how to host a meeting, and yes even mediations on-line, is an important set of skills to acquire and to perfect.
Diversity and Inclusion need to incorporate clients and practitioners with disabilities, and therefore, accessibility concerns must be at the forefront during this transition to the more prevalent use of ADR post-COVID-19.
You can learn more about the workshop here: https://
In part, this valuable training is a celebration of the achievements fostered by the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (A.D.A)
Without a doubt, it's an honor and a privilege to co-present this workshop with a blind person who is a rising voice in the training world.
This would not have been possible before the A.D.A.
There is no question about it, a lot of collaborative work remains to be done. There are simply too few visible leaders with disabilities who are actively shaping A.D.R. policy.
We are 100% committed to continuing the conversation on ensuring accessibility of A.D.R. for everyone.
Gary and I are leveraging our different platforms to include all groups, all races, all abilities to champion the broadest form of Diversity and Inclusion during this awakening moment in history.
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