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Workshop: Career Development for Conflict Resolution Professionals with Todd Drucker

Date

Sep 30, 2016 - 9:30 a.m.

Location

Columbia University, Faculty House (116th St. bet. Amsterdam and Morningside Dr.)

Note that this event is at capacity. Due to high demand, we will hold another career workshop in early 2017. Those already on the waitlist will have priority registration if space does not open up this month.

Finding a rewarding career path in the conflict resolution profession is rarely a straightforward endeavor. For those starting out, the prospect of finding ideal employment can be an overwhelming and daunting task. Similarly, for those in existing conflict resolution careers, learning how to shift gears to achieve greater career satisfaction (and success) can also be a challenge.

In this full-day workshop, led by Todd Drucker, Senior Practice Development Manager at JAMS and incoming President of the Association for Conflict Resolution – Greater New York Chapter (ACR-GNY), you’ll learn that the best career development path is defined by setting short-term and long-term goals, fighting adversity inside and outside of the workplace and learning how to pivot along the way. Attendees will walk away with accessible and actionable career-development tools and an increased awareness of potential paths to career satisfaction in the conflict resolution space.

Facilitator Bio:

Todd Drucker, Esq. has deep connections to the world of conflict resolution and career development. Drucker is a Senior Practice Development Manager for JAMS where he works closely with arbitrators and mediators on business development strategies. He serves on the Board of the Association for Conflict Resolution – Greater New York Chapter (ACR-GNY), acting as Co-Chair of the ACR-GNY Annual Conference in 2014 and 2015. He will take on the role of ACR-GNY President in 2017. Drucker also serves as Co-Chair of the Programming Committee for the Legal Marketing Association – Metro New York Chapter. He previously worked as a Director of Legal Projects for Robert Half Legal, a legal recruiting position that provided him with insight into the back-end process of hiring and resume building.

Drucker attended the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law and he holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

Speakers

Todd Drucker, Esq., Senior Practice Development Manager for JAMS