I must begin by informing you that you have just become a victim of the old “bait and switch!” Yes, the FACP Conference is coming in May. But my preview of conference will come next Monday. Today I want to talk about your commitment to the Collaborative Process. It is time for everyone to step up to the plate and go all in. The Collaborative Process is life-changing and transformative to so many lives, including your own.
The Florida Academy of Collaborative Professional’s mission is to educate and inform the public and the professions about the Collaborative Process. The annual conference provides unmatched educational opportunities to learn about the Process, how to sell the Process and how to be a successful Collaborative professional from some of the top Collaborative professionals from around the world.
The FACP and the Practice Groups in Florida provide low bono and pro bono services giving pro se litigants an opportunity to utilize the Collaborative Process.
And the FACP, through social media and public presentations and involvement, works to spread the word of the Collaborative Process to the public.
It is time for you to please step forward and help promote this great process.
If you have been fortunate enough to have had success in the Collaborative Process (I define success as having had at least two or more cases!!) then it is time to consider a level of sponsorship of the 2020 FACP Annual Conference. Consider being an FACP Patron for $1,000. And if you are totally in love with Collaborative (you have had more than 5 cases!!) it is time to consider being a Bronze ($1,500) or Silver ($2,500) sponsor.
If you are just falling in love with Collaborative (either on your first case or haven’t quite landed your first one) please consider being a “Friend of FACP” by donating the equivalent of one billable hour.
And to all our Allied friends and those of you just inclined to support the Collaborative movement or have an opportunity to share your goods or services please consider one of our many sponsorship levels or be an exhibitor.