Due to the ever-increasing costs of conflict in the workplace, employers are increasingly turning to Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) as a solution. Employee conflict, labour disputes and discrimination claims in particular are increasingly common and employers need to take steps to stem the tide of conflict and lawsuits. Conflict resolution training is an effective means to accomplish this goal. It is also the tool used by professional mediators to resolve conflicts between disputing parties.
ADR seeks to resolve conflict by cultivating co-operation and understanding. It seeks to find a solution that allows both parties to win. Above all, it seeks to protect the relationship while solving the problem.
For your convenience, a continental breakfast and catered lunch will be served each day of the workshop. Snacks, coffee and drinks will be available throughout the day.
Practical and Interactive Training
At our conflict resolution training we offer intensive and interactive learning experiences for professionals and executives. You will participate in dynamic exercises and case studies, with two-way and coached feedback. The concepts and approaches you will learn have proven successful in the real world, and can be applied immediately to your conflict resolution or negotiation situation.
Who Should Attend?
The Alternative Dispute Resolution workshop is designed for people who negotiate and deal with conflicts, either their own or those of others. Managers, Human Resources professionals, government employees, business people, consultants, team leaders, educators, health care professionals, lawyers, accountants, police officers, union and management representatives, people who resolve employee issues or complaints, people who want to be professional mediators, and others who negotiate or need to resolve conflict can all benefit from attending. Completion of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Workshop will satisfy some or all of the educational requirements for membership or accreditation in your ADR / Mediation Institute.