Mediating in the age of complexity - a new approach with Greg Rooney
8 May 2018
Tuesday 8 May 2018, Adelaide
Complexity theory can help guide mediators, ADR professionals and lawyers to constructively engage with the fast-emerging collaborative economy – an economy built on the creative tension between risk-taking and innovation. Balancing this tension and establishing a culture of trust is essential for maintaining the increasingly short time at the top in the 21st century economy. This risk taking culture challenges the relevance of the traditional adversarial solution focused approach by the legal profession and the judiciary. It has special implications for the retired judge/senior counsel command and control mediation model.
Join the SA Chapter for an in-depth discussion on this topic and simultaneously earn valuable CPD points.
Resolution Institute thanks Belperio Clark for generously hosting this event.
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About the presenter
Greg Rooney has been a practising mediator for 26 years. He retired from legal practice in 1996 to work full time as an ADR professional. He has taught mediation and ADR subjects at Australian universities and has conducted mediation training in Australia and internationally including running an annual mediation retreat in Tuscany, Italy.