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Webinar | What can workplace mediators learn from the practice of family dispute resolution?
with Katelyn Betti and Elizabeth Rosa
Thursday 20 October, 2022 | Online
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (AEDT)
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What can workplace mediators learn from the practice of family dispute resolution?
Elizabeth Rosa, Workplace Mediator, is fascinated by the similarities between workplace mediation and family mediation.
She has, for a long while, been curious about what skills FDRPs use and whether these are additional to the toolkit of workplace mediators.
Elizabeth will be talking with Katelyn Betti, FDRP and Psychologist, about some of the key skills that FDRPs are trained in and what skills she uses in particular, in FDR.
Katelyn will also share her insights into how these skills can cross over into workplace mediation, to manage the issues of motivation, vulnerability and capacity.
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About the speakers
Katelyn is the Director of Family Compass, an accredited Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner and a registered Psychologist.
Katelyn provides supervision for Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners in the private sector. She has over thirteen years’ experience working as a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner and in a crisis intervention counselling service.
She has significant training in working with people impacted by trauma, high conflict and workplace stress (including TRiM and STRaW which are workplace-based peer support models).
Katelyn offers professional development training for professionals, including mediators, wanting to develop their knowledge and skills for responding to high conflict and defensive behaviour.
Elizabeth is the Principal of Resolve-at-Work and a Nationally Accredited Mediator.
Elizabeth has a background as a lawyer, practising in insurance litigation, workers compensation and employment law.
She currently lectures at the College of Law in Negotiation and Dispute Resolution. She has previously lectured at UNSW in Resolving Civil Disputes.
She has conducted numerous mediations and facilitations for a variety of organisations including major Australian corporates, hospitals, universities, schools, government departments and councils.
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