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Webinar | Introducing Restorative Practice into workplaces

with David Moore, Nina Harding and Jon Everest

Wednesday 19 October, 2022 | Online

12:00 PM - 1:15 PM (AEDT)

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Introducing Restorative Practice into workplaces


Restorative Practice might be just what post Covid employers are looking for.

This practical philosophy has the potential to ’set relations right’ in workplaces and help to rebuild trust in a workforce that has been over-stretched, under resourced and misunderstood.

Nina Harding leads a conversation with David Moore, one of the founders of the Restorative Justice movement in Australia and Jon Everest who has been instrumental in introducing Restorative Practice in NZ.

Join this webinar to learn about the common elements of Restorative Justice and Restorative Practice, the differences between them and the role and skills of the facilitator.

This approach to managing workplace relations might just be the balm that your organisation needs.

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

David Moore

David Moore is a Melbourne-based consultant whose work supports individuals to communicate constructively and organisations to change adaptively.

David is currently President of the Australian Association for Restorative Justice. He has taught in politics, history, law, and peace & conflict studies at Melbourne-, Charles Sturt-, Queensland-, La Trobe-, and James Cook Universities.

David coordinated Charles Sturt University’s inaugural Justice Studies program and was subsequently involved in international reforms using the Group Conferencing process in justice, and in a broader range of applications for managing relationships in schools, workplaces and other communities.

He worked in the Office of the Queensland Premier & Cabinet before co-founding Transformative Justice Australia (TJA), and training restorative facilitators around Australia, North America and Europe. This work inspired David Williamson’s Jack Manning Trilogy of plays: Face to Face, A Conversation, and Charitable Intent (1999 - 2001) and Michael Rymer’s award-winning (2011) film adaptation of Face to Face.

David has also worked with Sydney-based Primed Change Consulting to manage adaptive change across government, community and corporate sector organisations. In recent years, he has been a Principal Consultant to Australia’s Defence Abuse Response Taskforce and National Redress Scheme, and is currently providing technical advice on restorative engagement in more recent redress schemes, including those involving Policing, Elite Sports, and the Stolen Generations.


Nina Harding
Nina Harding Mediation Services Pty Ltd
www.ninaharding.com

Nina Harding has worked as a full-time mediator and facilitator for over 30 years. She has mediated over 2,500 disputes. Nina Harding was named Australian Mediator of the Year 2022 at the recent Australasian Law Awards.

Nina Harding is a NSW Redress Direct Personal Response Facilitator. She was a Facilitator under the Defence Abuse Response Taskforce (2013-2016).

Nina has mediated hundreds of workplace disputes involving a multitude of complex issues. Nina is a co-author of the Workplace Conflict Guide, a free book available through iTunes. Nina is a law graduate and holds a Master of Laws.

Nina helps people to have safe conversations about complex and difficult issues. She facilitates large meetings and has taught thousands of people how to negotiate more effectively and resolve conflict.

Nina is a Casual Lecturer at The University of Technology, Sydney and The University of Newcastle and is a Visiting Senior Lecturer at The University of Hong Kong. For more information, please see www.ninaharding.com.


Jon Everest

Jon Everest is an independent restorative practitioner, mediator, and professional supervisor. Until recently he was Senior Consultant, Practice Development at the Diana Unwin Chair of Restorative Justice at Victoria University of Wellington.

He is a Fellow of the Resolution Institute, an advanced accredited mediator, family dispute resolution provider and restorative justice facilitator, with endorsements for working with family violence and sexual offending.

Jon’s first career was as a Police Inspector in the Royal Hong Kong Police before completing his Masters in the area of crime and violence, and further studies and training in dispute resolution.

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