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Webinar | Back to the future: how to shift parties from past to present in workplace mediation

with Elizabeth Rosa

Wednesday 10 June 2020 | Online

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (AEST)

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Back to the future: how to shift parties from past to present in workplace mediation

So often in intakes for workplace mediations, parties want to go back into the past. Elizabeth will explore what is going on for them, in particular the values that they feel have been displaced, and how to shift them towards the future for a constructive mediation.

We will consider a ‘tool box’ of questions for intake sessions and how to assist the parties to speak of their concerns in the mediation. We will also look at how parties can generate options to rebuild and restore a workplace relationship for the future.

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About the speaker

Elizabeth Rosa
Nationally Accredited Mediator


Elizabeth is the Principal of Resolve-at-Work and a Nationally Accredited Mediator. She conducts mediations and facilitations in the area of workplace conflict for a variety of organisations including major Australian corporates, hospitals, universities, schools, government departments and councils.

She has a background as a lawyer, practicing in insurance litigation, workers compensation and employment law.

She lectures at the College of Law in Negotiation and Dispute Resolution and at the University of New South Wales in Resolving Civil Disputes. She conducts skills building workshops throughout Australia for workplace mediators, known as "How to Run a Workplace Mediation."

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