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On demand | Webinar | Managing your private dispute resolution practice during a downturn
with Nina Harding and Steve Lancken
On demand | Online
Nina Harding and Steve Lancken in this webinar had conversation about ‘Managing your private dispute resolution practice during a downturn’. As we are all scrambling to make sense of the challenges of COVID-19 let’s take some time reflect on:
building your practice in a downturn;
managing work and risk during a pandemic;
client expectations and where conflict fits in;
financial stress and a declining workload.
Nina is an experienced mediator who helped to establish Australia’s first private firm of commercial mediators before setting up her own business. Nina has been the principle of Nina Harding Mediation Services for 18 years. She says she doesn’t have all the answers but believes together we can find options for a strong and resilient future.
This is a free event for all.
About the speakers
Nina Harding has worked as a mediator / facilitator for over twenty-five years.
She is a Law graduate and has completed a Master of Laws.
She is a Harvard Law School trained mediator and has mediated over two thousand disputes in a variety of areas.
Nina sits on numerous mediation panels and is the Australian Film Code Conciliator.
Steve has over thirty years’ experience in litigation, mediation and arbitration which has given him a unique set of skills and insights into the world of dispute resolution. This has seen Steve become an internationally regarded practitioner, trainer and commentator in all areas of dispute resolution.
Steve has successfully mediated resolutions in over 2,000 disputes in areas as diverse as health, insurance, banking, property, building, native title, sports, wills and estates, property, leases, rural issues, industrial relations and community consultation.
Steve committed to ADR as the future of dispute resolution and left the legal profession in 1999 to focus on his passion for ADR.
Steve Lancken’s knowledge and skill as one of Australia’s leading mediators and ADR professionals has led him to teaching and training in mediation, negotiation, communication, conflict management and conflict in organisations at Sydney University, Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM), College of Law.
From 2008 to 2013 Steve was honoured to be appointed to the National Alternative Dispute Resolution Advisory Council (NADRAC) by the Attorney General of Australia, the Honourable Robert McClelland MP.
Steve has advised the Attorneys General of both Australia and NSW about ADR issues was an inaugural member of the Board of the MSB.