Dispute Resolution Workshop – where workplace and family issues collide.
Victorian Association For Dispute Resolution Workshop
Workplace Dispute Resolution meets FDR – Exploring where workplace and family issues collide.
ZANDY FELL & JODIE GRANT
This workshop will include an overview of similarities and differences between frameworks, process, legislation, interests and stakeholders in workplace and family dispute resolution. The panel will also introduce case studies and facilitate discussion for participants to explore and consider how to manage these issues. Two experienced facilitators, Zandy Fell and Jodie Grant, will share their perspectives in a dynamic & interactive presentation, drawing on the expertise and knowledge of participants in the room.
The event carries one CPD point. Finger foods will be provided and drinks are available at bar prices.
Zandy Fell, Director of The ZALT Group, is an employee relations consultant with expertise in workplace conflict management. Zandy works as a conflict coach, facilitator, mediator, investigator, is an Associate at CMA Learning Business School Negotiation Course and a Restorative Justice Facilitator for the Defence Force with the Commonwealth Ombudsman. Zandy has Law & Arts degrees from Monash University and a Grad. Dip. in HR. She is nationally accredited and a Workplace Conferencing Facilitator with Certs. IV in Business and Personal Coaching (International Coach Federation Approved), as well as in Workplace Training and Assessment.
Jodie Grant is the founder of Shifting Sands, the purpose of which is to support people, their organisations and communities to navigate their changing relationships. Jodie brings over 20 years integrating clinical practice with training, enabling effective and safe outcomes for professionals, workers and clients. Formerly Program Leader – FDR and Mediation Education, Training and Development and Senior FDR Practitioner at Relationships Australia Victoria and remains an FDRP. Jodie has developed and run nationally recognised training courses (accredited and non-accredited), specifically in FDR and Mediation, as well as a range of other Professional Development training options. Jodie also works as a Restorative Engagement Facilitator with the Commonwealth Ombudsman – Defence Force. Jodie has primary tertiary qualifications and experience in Social Work and a Masters of Conflict Resolution (specialising in Family Law Mediation), and a Cert IV in training and assessment.
Michael Mitchell, Committee Member VADR and VARJ, Director ‘Mitchell Mediation’
Date: Wednesday 27 June 2018
Time: 5.45pm (registration/networking) for 6.15pm to 7.15pm
Cost: Free for VADR and VARJ members (non-members $25)
Venue: Coopers Inn, cnr Exhibition & Little Lonsdale Streets, Melbourne
RSVP: Email Alison at firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 25 June 2018