Asking Questions That Matter – The Science and Art of Effective Mediation

Asking good questions is basic to practicing mediation. Finding the questions that matter is the art form of advanced mediation. Learn five essential questions for good mediation, the science of forming a good question, and how to tap into our inner wisdom for thoughtful questions that make a difference in the moment. Walk away with tools to forming new questions and when to use them.


Sue Bronson, MS

Sue Bronson, MS

Sue Bronson is a private practice mediator, trainer and psychotherapist who has been mediating family and workplace disputes in Milwaukee, WI, since 1983. Bronson has nearly 40 years of mediation experience and helps people engage in quality conversations over a ... read more

Benefits and Learning Outcomes

  • Identify five essential questions to help people clarify perspective and make decisions
  • Describe the process of matching the functioning brain with effective questions
  • List at least three sources to draw on for a “magical moment” in mediation that expands the choices for interventions

Date: Tue, Nov 14

Delivery Method: In-person With Livestream

Time: 8:30am-2pm CT

Location: UWM School of Continuing Education or view on Zoom

Instructor: Sue Bronson MS

Fee: $295

CEUs: .7, CEHs: 7

Enrollment Limit: 20

Program Number: 1040-15422

Note: Pre-Work: Participants will have one pre-class assignment due by 11/7/2023. This assignment will be emailed to participants.

Registration Deadline: Nov 7

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