Webinar | Working with organisations, building alignments and making plans: a model for mediators to decode, strategise, develop plans and resolve conflict in organisations
with Nina Harding and Peter Adler
Tuesday 2 July 2019 | Online
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (AEST)
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Working with organisations, building alignments and making plans: A model for mediators to decode, strategise, develop plans and resolve conflict in organisations
Nina Harding will speak with internationally recognised mediation ‘rock star’ Dr Peter Adler, about his ‘Organisation Navigation Model’ for taking stock, thinking hard and leaning into the future.
Peter uses this model to achieve outcomes that combine strategy, alignment and action.
Peter will describe his work with organisations and how his role is a hybrid between mediation and planning.
This webinar is targeted at practitioners who want to explore dispute resolution and strategy making, conflict resolution skills for strategising, planning and moving organisations and Government forward.
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About the presenters
Dr Peter Adler
Dr Peter Adler is a planner, mediator, facilitator and principal of Accord3.0, a professional network of consultants specialising in foresight, strategy and cooperative trouble shooting.
As a mediator he assists groups to reach agreements on energy, environment and health controversies.
Peter has worked in the government, business and NGO sectors and taught Advanced Negotiation at the University of Hawaii.
For 9 years Peter was the President and CEO of The Keystone Center. Recent projects include a negotiated joint ‘fact-finding’ agreement on pesticides used by GMO corn seed produces.
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.
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