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  Myer J.Sankary is an attorney/mediator who has received his CMCT certification in the Cialdini method, based on the ground-breaking research and book, Influence,Science and Practice by Dr.Robert Cialdini. Mr.Sankary has over 40 years of experience in the legal profession and has focused his practice on mediation for the last several years. After attending the Principles of Persuasion workshop himself, Mr.Sankary began applying the principles to his mediation practice and significantly increased the number of successful settlements in cases he mediated.

"I recently spent four intensive days with Myer Sankary in a rigorous workshop designed to train individuals to deliver the Principles of Persuasion program, which is based on 30 years of my work into the psychology of social influence. I am confident that Mr. Sankary possesses the traits and abilities to present the Principles of Persuasion program in a fashion that will give the participants valuable new insights, enable them to apply these insights immediately with considerable effect, and make me proud in the process."

Dr.Robert B.Cialdini,
www.influenceatwork.com

 
  Mr. Sankary graduated with a JD degree from Harvard Law School in 1965, and from Texas Christian University with a BA in Philosophy, summa cum laude, in 1962. He has completed numerous training courses and received certificates in advanced mediation from Pepperdine Law School. For more information about Mr. Sankary's mediation practice, please go to www.sankary-mediate.com.

In 2002, Mr. Sankary was awarded the American Bar Association Solo and Small Firm Section Rikli Lifetime Achievement Award for his extensive lifetime work on behalf of solo and small firm practitioners. In 2003, the Solo and Small Firm Section of the State Bar of California created the Annual Myer J. Sankary Award, recognizing the attorney each year who demonstrates outstanding leadership and dedication. Myer was the first to receive this annual award.

Mr. Sankary is active in numerous civic organizations, including the American Friends of the Oasis of Peace (Neve Shalom/Wahat Al Salam), the only community in Israel where Arabs and Jews have lived together peacefully for over 25 years. He is the founder and director of the Middle East Peace Network, a non-profit corporation which supports conflict resolution, peace and democracy in the Middle East. Visit www.peacenetwork.org for more information.


  PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS:
Professional Network Group (Encino); Member of Board of Directors of the Southern California Mediation Association and chair of the Roundtable Educational Program; Association of Conflict Resolution; California Dispute Resolution Council, former member ADR Committee of State Bar of California, Dispute Resolution Services, LA County Bar, L.A. Consumer Lawyers Association, Los Angeles County Bar Association; Member of Board of Trustees of the San Fernando Valley Bar Association; and member of State Bar of California (since 1966).

Mr. Sankary is listed in Martindale & Hubbell, the national directory of attorneys and has received an A.V. rating by his peers which is the highest ranking for ethics and quality of service.

"Nothing that I learned at Harvard Law School, nor that I have learned in my career of almost four decades of practicing law and mediating cases, equals the power of knowledge and information about human behavior unleashed by Dr. Robert Cialdini in his book, "Influence: Science and Practice." The results of Cialdini's research is brought to life in his unique interactive workshops where scientific theory is translated into real world applications. Dr. Cialdini unpacks the energy and power lying within the six universal principles to prove how you can motivate people to comply with your legitimate requests and suggestions. You do not needto use force, threats or compulsion to get voluntary compliance when the request ethically incorporates one or more of Cialdini's Six Principles of Persuasion."

Myer Sankary, Esq., CMCT



 
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