with Elizabeth Rosa
Wednesday, 1 February 2023 | 5.30pm – 7pm AEDT (6pm start)| Vibe Hobart | Hybrid (Face-to-face in Hobart and live streaming for Australia and New Zealand)
Mediators, emerging mediators, workplace mediators and FDRPs will all benefit from this seminar. Together we will explore the practice of workplace mediation and reflect on aspects of the process that could be useful for other areas of mediation. It will also look at the commonalities in practice between workplace mediation and other areas of mediation, in particular Family Dispute Resolution. This interactive seminar gives you the opportunity to share and hear different viewpoints and approaches to workplace mediation.
The seminar will cover:
- What workplace mediation is
- Public and private workplace mediation
- Elizabeth Rosa’s approach to conducting a workplace mediation
- Unique features of workplace mediation
- Challenges in workplace mediation
- What we can learn from workplace mediation that is helpful for other areas of mediation
About the trainer
Elizabeth is the Principal of Resolve-at-Work and a Nationally Accredited Mediator. She conducts mediations in the area of workplace conflict. She has conducted numerous mediations and facilitations for a variety of organisations including major Australian corporates, hospitals, universities, schools, government departments and councils. Elizabeth has a background as a lawyer, practising in insurance litigation, workers compensation and employment law. She currently lectures at the College of Law in Negotiation and Dispute Resolution. She has previously lectured at the University of New South Wales in Resolving Civil Disputes. Elizabeth runs professional development workshops for mediators throughout Australia and New Zealand, including the workshops How to run a Workplace Mediation and The Business of Being a Mediator. Elizabeth’s passion is to explore the skills that workplace mediators use in order to help them become more confident in their role. She also offers mentoring sessions to mediators.