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Juntos and PEPP Talks

Juntos & PEPP TALKS in Memphis

 


PEPP Talks are modeled on world-renowned “TED Talks” and designed to build a powerful speaker program and to seek out extraordinary voices from our membership and our community who have a unique story or an unusual perspective—and who can convey it in a dynamic way





JUNTOS:  Benjamin Franklin established a “club for mutual improvement” called a Junto in 1727 to debate questions of morals,politics, and natural philosophy, and to exchange knowledge of business affairs. IAM revives the concept of small group dialogue for purposes of mutual improvement which will meet informally throughout the conference.



Protecting Confidentiality in an Electronic Age: Karl Bayer, Distinguished Fellow, Austin, Texas

Keep Building Business!: Lee Jay Berman, Distinguished Fellow, Los Angeles, CA

Bridging the Academic and Real Worlds of Managing Conflict: Larry Bridgesmith, Honorary Fellow, Nashville, TN

Toward A New Mediation Lexicon: Eric Galton, Distinguished Fellow, Austin, TX

Closing the Deal: How to Sell Peace: Elaine Gordon, Distinguished Fellow, Westbrook, CT

Where Have We Been & Where Are We Headed?: John Van Winkle, Distinguished Fellow, Indianapolis, IN

Mediating Dangerously: Taking Risks in Mediation: Greg Derin, Distinguished Fellow, Los Angeles, CA and
Steve Rottman, Distinguished Fellow, Beverly Hills, CA