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Free Webinar | Will ‘Conciliation Training’ be useful for me? An introduction to conciliation and its use
with Shiv Martin and Alexandra Sidoti
Tuesday 19th July, 2022 | Online
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (AEST)
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Will ‘Conciliation Training’ be useful for me? An introduction to conciliation and its use
During this FREE webinar Shiv and Alexandra will discuss the ADRAC report Conciliation: connecting the dots. The report is the culmination of seven years of work. They will also look at what the report's findings mean for conciliation as a separate process and skillset and outline the key competencies of a conciliator.
Shiv and Alexandra will explore what conciliation could look like in practice and consider different applications of the conciliation model in public service delivery and other conflict contexts.
It will give participants an opportunity to understand the definition of conciliation and consider whether specialist conciliation will be helpful to their professional development or day to day work practice.
This webinar and the conciliation training are open to both our Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand audiences and, although the ADRAC report findings are based on the Australian context, the content of both the webinar and the training are equally relevant in both contexts.
Register yourself and gain valuable CPD points.
Can’t attend? Register anyway and we’ll send you the recording within 5 working days after the event.
About the speakers
Shiv is a nationally accredited mediator, lawyer, statutory decision maker and certified trainer. She has engaged in complex dispute resolution in the government and legal sectors for over 10 years. As a trainer, Shiv has a unique and diverse set of expertise in Law, Management, Adult Education and Mediation.
Shiv is currently an Assistant Information Commissioner, Queensland. In this role she makes statutory decisions on the information and privacy rights of individuals, corporations and government entities. Shiv also runs her own practice, Integrative Conversations and conducts private mediations and conflict resolution training.
As a Conference Registrar for the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, Shiv conducted conferences and conciliations in a broad array of public sector disputes including tax, worker’s compensation and disability support (NDIS matters) and social services complaints.
As an experienced community mediator, Shiv has a keen interest and skill in conducting cross-cultural and intergenerational mediations. She is an active member of the South Queensland Dispute Resolution Centre where she continues to train, coach and assess aspiring mediators for Mediator Accreditation.
Shiv’s greatest area of strength and passion is training and coaching in dispute resolution. She has taught students of the University of Queensland and Newcastle University. She has also trained many public service decision makers in negotiation skills and strategy.
Shiv also advises organisations on designing and implementing appropriate policies, systems and practices around effective conflict resolution and complaints handling. Most recently, Shiv has partnered with MODRON in introducing and supporting dispute resolution practitioners in transitioning to online dispute resolution platforms.
Alexandra has extensive experience in dispute resolution. Having commenced her career as a solicitor in commercial litigation, Alexandra has spent 15 years working in alternative dispute resolution within the financial services industry. She has worked as a case manager/investigator, a practising conciliator and as a decision maker.
She has a long history of providing dispute resolution training and conciliation coaching both internally and externally with stakeholders in the financial services industry.
In recent years she was instrumental in developing and implementing an internal training and accreditation programme for conciliators at the Australian Financial Complaints Authority, and its predecessor scheme the Financial Ombudsman Service. This is a structured programme that includes preliminary training, conciliation observation and coaching and a series of micro skills modules.
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