I Want To Be An Arbitrator

No one grows up saying “I want to be an arbitrator”. You start somewhere else + you gravitate toward arbitration +/or mediation as you experience dispute resolution in one form or another. It is a journey. You may find yourself involved in a work dispute or assisting a friend who is having employment difficulties or social/personal issues. These things happen. Problems occur + people with dispute resolution skills come to the fore. People notice that you listen, you ask relevant questions, you show feeling + understanding, you are a lighthouse in the storm. You think forward + wonder if there is a future career in resolving employment or contract or personal issues for others. You make enquiries + you come across arbitration + mediation + you find you can do a course or two + pick up an accreditation. You have something to work on. Now, where to go? Is there a career out there? Do you have the skills? Can you make a living? All good questions. Take them to step by step. Speak to people, keep your ears pinned back, go for synergy + make things happen. Perhaps an article or two + polish up your speaking skills so you can make an impact. You do need to think “self-promotion”.

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My understanding of China is dethatched, objective and informed unlike most other commentators who political prejudices invade their writings.

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