Resolution Institute conference

Spotlight on practice

16–17 October 2019, Wellington NZ

Workshops

Below are some of our workshops already 'in the spotlight'. We'll keep adding them here as we go...

Please click each workshop title to read the full blurb. If not coloured blue yet - we await full detail.

includes content targeted specifically at RJ facilitators
includes content targeted specifically at mediators in a range of contexts
although this session offers perspective from a specific context (either RJ or mediation) there will be learning for all

....and of course anyone is welcome to attend and find insights from any session!

Are you getting the best out of your professional supervision? A snapshot of what an effective supervision session might look like
with Lesley Ashworth


Swimming between the flags: mediating in the shark-infested waters of organizational change
David Bryson


Postive framing, reframing and questioning – defining the labels and the art of doing
with Bruce Cottrill


Mediation with a Māori perspective
with Hinemoa Dixon


A facilitated conversation about the role of support people in Restorative Justice
facilitated by Jon Everest


Understanding cognitive impairment and associated implications in dispute resolution
with Emma Fromings


My heart said do it, but my head said don't! mBIT - Multiple brain integration techniques
with Ava Gibson and Trevor Slater


Reading between the lines of culture: developing intercultural empathy
with Jennifer Mahony, Christina Tay and Carla Rey Vasquez


Connecting, guiding and resolving - negotiation skills for mediators
with Trevor Slater


Responding to grief and loss within the context of restorative practice
with Madeleine Taylor and Danny Poa


Multi-party mediation tools
with Hayden Wilson


Best practice and considerations when working with interpreters (both on the phone and face-to-face) in the dispute resolution context
with Interpreting NZ


Practical skills for phone-based dispute resolution
with Sarah Ramsay


Assessing readiness and effective use of the risk assessment tools (TBC)


Sexual orientation and gender identity - in relation to the dispute resolution context (TBC)


A panel discussion session on updates in the Family Justice System and implications for FDR (TBC)


Online dispute resolution and how practice can be adapted to fit (TBC)


‘Culture Shock.’ cultural responses in an urban environment
Irirangi Mako, Crete Sami, Lise Wikitera and Kainee Aguilar


We have yet to programme 'what happens when'. We'll publish that a little later in the year. Over the two day programme you will have the opportunity to attend 6 x 1.5 hour workshops.
View the programme template here

Resolution Institute reserves the right to change activities, topics, timings, venues and presenters where necessary, or in the best interests of the conference.