Resources

Webinar recordings

28 May 2020
Positive Supervision – for supervisors, facilitators and peer groups
Webinar recording | Online | Available for purchase

Positive supervision is an innovative and successful approach to individual, group and peer supervision that is suitable for use in any environment (clinical, corporate, educational, health, governmental, community).

Tags: Mediation, Facilitation
28 May 2020
What is ‘Conflict Management Coaching’ and how is it being used in the DR field?
Webinar recording | Online | Available for purchase

Conflict Management Coaching (aka conflict coaching) has grown exponentially since the early 2000’s. This process provides a methodology that assists people to independently manage their interpersonal disputes, or to more confidently engage in mediation and other DR process.

Tags: Conflict management coaching
25 May 2020
Collaborative practice for wills and estates – a new way to help families resolve conflict over inheritance
Webinar recording | Online | Available for purchase

This webinar is for lawyers, counsellors and dispute resolution practitioners who interact with families wishing to prevent or resolve disputes over inheritance. 

Tags: Mediation, FDR
25 May 2020
Practical ideas for building your brand
Webinar recording | Online | Available for purchase

The focus of this conversation was on actions practitioners can implement straight away in the current climate.

Tags: Online, dispute resolution, marketing
25 May 2020
Restorative practice in the environmental setting
Webinar recording | Online | Available for purchase

'A great story of RP being used in the environmental context, so exciting to hear it’s power as an education tool'

Tags: Mediation, Restorative Justice
20 May 2020
Elder mediation in the retirement village context
Webinar recording | Online | Available for purchase

The first in a series on elder mediation run in association with EMAN (Elder Medation Australasian Network), includes three presenters who first of all briefly defined elder mediation and how it differs from other forms of mediation, then discussed the nature of mediation in the retirement village context, the issues and challenges that elder mediators face and the value of having specific training and certification as an elder mediator in this context.

Tags: Mediation
20 May 2020
How the Modern Slavery Acts are creating demand for dispute resolution professionals
Webinar recording | Online | Available for purchase

Hayley Jarick introduces the Modern Slavery Act requirements on entities and their supply chains and discuss opportunities this creates for dispute resolution professionals in the social and environmental sustainability industries.

Tags: Management
13 May 2020
Activating calm in the COVID storm: the neurobiology of self-care and managing stress for ourselves and our clients
Webinar recording | Online | Available for purchase

Previously, resolution work was primarily face-to-face, allowing us to be physically present with those we are working with. When we were physically present, we would naturally identify the non-verbal cues of those around us, and we could communicate non-verbally with our own behaviour. Much of this was done intuitively, because we have grown up, learnt and developed in physically present situations.

Tags: Mediation
13 May 2020
Social Media Return On Investment for lawyers, arbitrators and mediators
Webinar recording | Online | Available for purchase

The webinar will assist you to:

  • learn the fundamentals to creating a profitable social media campaign
  • amplify your marketing growth
  • build your online databases
4 May 2020
Face and implicit bias in mediation
Webinar recording | Online | Available for purchase

A discussion of the impact and implications of the concepts of face and implicit bias in the actions and interactions of the parties and mediators in conflictual situations.

Tags: Mediation
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