ADRIC 2021: Culture, Conflict and Confluence – A Webinar Series
Workplace Mediation – Follow Up to a Member Survey
October 6, 2021 – 5pm – 7pm Eastern Time
Presented in English
English to French Simultaneous Interpretation will be provided if requested by at least one registrant no later than 24 hours prior to the event; after that deadline, we regret we are unable to provide the SI service.
Late last year, ADRIC issued a survey to its members about their experience and interest in Workplace Mediation. The response was outstanding: some had a great deal of experience, many expressed interest in becoming workplace mediators and others were confused about the practice and how to be considered for the work.
Some believe that a Workplace Mediation initiative is not likely to generate real work for mediators who lack extensive practical experience in labour relations and related workplace issues. Some feel otherwise.
On October 6th 2021, we are offering an opportunity to our members to learn more about types of Workplace Mediation, the skills required, current opportunities and the role of the Workplace Mediator in the future.
Join Vicki Scott for a lively debate as she puts questions to a high-calibre panel of experts about whether ADRIC should consider supporting the advancement of a Workplace Mediation project.
Viki Scott, RC (c), BSc, RRP, CHRM, MBA, ADR (c), Scott & Associates Inc., Full bio
Gary Furlong, B.A., LL.M. (ADR), C.Med, Distinguished Fellow IAM, Agree Dispute Resolution, Full bio
Deborah Howes, BA, LL.B, ACCI, FCCI, CTAJ, C.Arb, C.Med, C.Med-Arb, IMI Cert, High Clouds Incorporated, Full bio
Elaine Newman, Arbitrator and Mediator, Full bio
Reg Pearson, Mediator, Full bio
Member Rate $35; Non-Member Rate $50 – plus applicable taxes
Professional Development Accreditation:
- ADRIC Continuing Education & Engagement (CEE) points: 2 points/hour for each webinar
- Law Society of British Columbia: 2 hours
- Law Society of Saskatchewan: 2 hours
- Accreditation pending from all Law Societies across Canada