PDG event | Mediation in the workplace
with Maureen Inglis
Monday 24th June 2019 | Adelaide
This interactive presentation will explore the following:
- The impact of conflict in the workplace.
- Why things go wrong?
- When is mediation appropriate, when is it not?
- Who should mediate?
- The importance of pre-mediation.
- When mediation is assessed as not appropriate, or has been unsuccessful, what then?
- Benefits of mediation.
About the presenter
Ms Maureen Inglis
Principal, Maureen Inglis Consulting
Maureen works as a mediator, facilitator and coach. An IMI certified mediator she has a strong interest in intercultural situations and peace building. Mediation experience includes workplace, civil court and not-for-profit organisations. She has worked with a broad range of people from executive level through to weekly paid employees in city, rural and remote locations.
In addition, Maureen’s experience includes facilitating processes such as conflict management and problem solving, counselling, planning, training and development. Her range of roles over the past several years has involved working as a Contractor for a national firm in areas such as critical incident (trauma), employee assistance programs, conflict consulting, counselling, planning, training and development. She has been on deployments across Australia.
As a member of Mediators Beyond Borders International, Maureen has recently worked in Sierra Leone on a project “Building Unity for Peaceful Elections”.
Thanks to Belperio Clark Family, Wills & Business Lawyers for generously supporting this event.