IMI 2015 Biennial Census Survey

We would like to thank all of you who have taken the time to complete the IMI 2015 Biennial Census Survey and to circulate it to your friends and colleagues. So far we have received over 500 responses!

257 participants who completed the survey before the 31st December entered a draw to win a free ticket to attend the largest global forum on conflict management, the Global Pound Conference, currently scheduled to take place in 36 cities in 26 countries. We are pleased to announce that the winner of this draw is*:

Daniel Preston Dozier
Press & Dozier, LLC
Bethesda, Maryland, USA.

Congratulations Daniel!

The Survey is continuing for a while longer. If you have NOT yet completed the IMI Survey, Please do so.
IT WILL ONLY TAKE 7 MINUTES OF YOUR TIME! (see link below).

Your participation in the survey will help us to:

– Find out what matters most to you about resolving conflicts,
– Tell others what you are up against when it comes to conflict management, 
– Grow mediation by building awareness and support, and
– Enhance the IMI organization to make it fit for YOUR needs.

Please forward the survey to people in your network whose opinions you value. We are particularly seeking more responses from users of mediation and those who advise in mediation, such as corporate or law professionals.

Survey results will be sent to all who include their contact details in advance of being posted on the IMI Webportal. 

Your assistance is invaluable to us and we thank you for your time completing the survey and spreading the word to your friends and colleagues.

Sincerely, 

Deborah Masucci
Chair, IMI Board of Directors

Ute A. Joas Quinn
Chair, IMI Board Resources Committee

TO PARTICIPATE IN THE IMI SURVEY, 
please click this link:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/IMI-2015-biennial-census-survey



* The protocol of the draw is available here

Deborah Masucci

Posted by Deborah Masucci

Deborah Masucci is Co-Chair of IMI. She is a global expert in dispute management with over thirty years' experience in promoting the effective use of ADR.

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