Mediation Skills Seminar

  • 23 Nov 2011
  • 9:00 AM
  • 25 Nov 2011
  • 4:30 PM
  • Battery Hotel, St. John's

Many of us -- managers, supervisors, educators, HR professionals, lawyers -- are called upon mediate as part of our work.

Mediation is an effective and affordable way to solve conflicts and disputes that leaves the decision-making authority with the disputing participants. More affordable than more litigious alternatives, mediation also gives parties a sense of ownership over the results that solidify their commitment to them. Instead of creating and proposing solutions, mediators facilitate the dialogue necessary for participants to create their own.

While mediators need to work on the substance of the dispute, they also need to pay equal attention to the process itself, the relationships as well as the emotions involved.

The Centre for Negotiation and Dialogue uses an interest-based approach to mediation that pays equal attention to substance, relationships, process and emotions, a method flexible enough to accommodate almost any situation.

In this 3-day workshop you will learn how to:

  • assist parties in resolving difficult situations
  • manage emotions
  • discover the underlying issues in a dispute
  • manage power dynamics
  • use a step-by-step mediation process

Some advanced topics covered are:

  • Ethical responsibilities of the mediator
  • What does it mean to be neutral?
  • Mediator self-awareness

The workshop will involve case studies, exercises, role-playing and lots of practice.

Instructor: Bui Petersen

Cost: $895 + HST (Lunch and refreshments included)

Time: 9 am to 4:30 pm

Location: Battery Hotel, 100 Signal Hill Road, St. John’s, NL

For more information and to register visit www.cnad.ca

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