Introduction to Conflict Resolution

  • 24 Apr 2013
  • 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
  • UNB Campus, Fredericton, NB

This one day introduction to conflict resolution seminar is ideal if you want to be better equipped next time you are faced with a conflict in your organization without much time away from the office. It is also a great refresher if you have taken some some training in the past.

The overall purpose of this seminar is to make you more aware of the value that a neutral person can play in facilitating the resolution of a conflict.

At the end of the seminar, you will be able to:

  • Describe the nature, layers and dynamics of conflict 
  • Describe how values, beliefs and stereo-types impact conflict
  • Identify underlying and deep-rooted sources of conflict
  • Identify and apply five principles of neutrality in resolving conflicts
  • Apply four general steps in the resolution of conflicts

Who should attend?

  • Employees with the federal, provincial, and municipal governments
  • Provincial and private sector law societies and law firms
  • Consultants whose careers involve mediation, facilitation and conflict management
  • Anyone who wants to become better at managing conflict in their personal, social, volunteer and work environments

Cost is $395 plus HST

Instructor: Patricia Brady, Certified Mediator


You will need to register directly with UNBCEL by going to or email for more information at


ADR Atlantic Institute

Box 123,  Halifax, NS

B3J 2M4


(ADR Atlantic operates a VIRTUAL OFFICE and does not use a telephone line -- email is the primary communications tool)

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