Setting Up in Business as a Mediator

By: Stephen Walker
ISBN: 9781526511324

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About Setting Up in Business as a Mediator

You want to be a mediator, but how do you get started? How do you build your business? How do you make money from being a full-time mediator? Setting Up in Business as a Mediator provides you with the answers to these questions. Whether new to mediation and wanting to start a business as a full-time mediator, or an experienced mediator wanting to develop and grow an exisiting business, Setting... Read more

About Setting Up in Business as a Mediator

You want to be a mediator, but how do you get started? How do you build your business? How do you make money from being a full-time mediator?

Setting Up in Business as a Mediator provides you with the answers to these questions.

Whether new to mediation and wanting to start a business as a full-time mediator, or an experienced mediator wanting to develop and grow an exisiting business, Setting Up in Business as a Mediator has hands-on advice for every stage of a mediator’s career and is full of essential information on how mediators can get started in business and grow their existing practice.

Restructured, revised and fully updated the new 2nd edition shows:

– How to become accredited
– How to find a market
– The secrets of a good profile
– Hints for great blogging
– How to set up a website
– The best times to tweet
– What not to post on LinkedIn and Facebook
– How to overcome objections and rejection

Packed with helpful tips and guidance, checklists, self-audits, templates, scripts and real life examples, this book aims to get mediators thinking, prompting answers to the following questions, and more:

– Why are they doing mediation?
– How many mediations a year do they want to be doing in three years’ time?
– How much money, time and effort do they need to invest to get there?
– What do they need to charge?
– Why would they choose themseles as a mediator?

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: What are you getting into?
Chapter 2: Accreditation
Chapter 3: Know yourself
Chapter 4: Know your product
Chapter 5; Know yours market
Chapter 6: Who can help you?
Chapter 7: Business plan
Chapter 8: Marketing and profile`
Chapter 9: Selling – the necessary mindset
Chapter 10: Selling – the necessary skill set
Chapter 11: Making a noise
Chaoter 12: Money
Chapter 13: Administration
Chapter 14: Mediation Agreement
Chapter 15: Settlement Agreement
Chapter 16: Online Dispute Resolution
Chapter 17: Help, I’ve got a mediation
Chapter 18: What next?
Appendices

Publishing Details

Publication Date: 13 February 2020
ISBN: 9781526511324
Binding: Paperback
Edition: 2

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