Coming up with Professor Nadja Alexander in September 2016…
If you’ve ever felt that you are trying to navigate the messy waters of conflict with neither compass nor anchor, then this workshop is for you.
This advanced one-day workshop offers creative and practical tools for conflict coaches and mediators. It builds on the REAL Conflict Coaching fundamentals program and assumes basic conflict intervention knowledge and skills.
Systems Stories and Solutions develops the narrative thread of the REAL Conflict Coaching model and introduces systemic thinking tools into the coaching process. Throughout the day we will explore the power of storytelling as a vehicle for linking the intrinsic human motivation of our clients with the external social and organisational systems in which they live and work. Working with systems and stories helps clients shift gear and move towards sustainable solutions.
The workshop is highly interactive and participants will have the opportunity to reflect on their own practice by trying out intervention and support tools for coaches from the REAL collection.
While Systems Stories and Solutions focuses on coaching settings, it offers skills applicable to conflict intervention generally.
Visit http://www.mediationconference.com.au/program/workshops/ for more information.
Dr Samantha Hardy recently conducted a two-day intensive REAL Conflict Coaching training workshop for Relationships Australia staff, including Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners, Child Consultants and staff from the Parenting Orders Program. The training focused on including REAL Conflict Coaching as a way to support parents to prepare for Family Dispute Resolution, and also considered ways that the coaching process could support parents in other ways, such as in implementing a parenting agreement post-FDR.
CCI will also be running a Mediation Advocacy course on Dec 9 and 10 2014 in Cairo at the Cairo Regional Centre for International Commercial Arbitration.
On the 19 November, Prof Nadja Alexander gave an address entitled: “The Choreography of the Conflict Management Designer” and introduced the REAL philosophy to an international audience at the Urban Future Global Conference in Graz, Austria.
This is Richy, who has been helping his mum with her REAL Conflict Coaching assessment. It’s never to young to start to learn how to engage in conflict more effectively!
Dr Sam Hardy recently conducted a two-day Introduction to Conflict Coaching workshop in Hobart,
Tasmania. Participants included law and criminology graduates, family dispute resolution practitioners
and child consultants, a GP, a youth worker, and an HR consultant.
In November, Professor Nadja Alexander presented CCI’s REAL Conflict Coaching Fundamentals to a group of enthusiastic participants in Singapore.
Sam Hardy was recently invited to present at the US Federal Government Inter-Agency Dispute Resolution Working Group. The talk was before a live audience, but also televised in various agencies, broadcast on a webinar, and recorded for later viewing on the web.
You can listen to the recording of Sam’s talk HERE.
It goes for about an hour, followed by audience Q&A.
An archive of the June webinar, REAL Conflict Coaching, presented by Samantha Hardy and Nadja Alexander is now available for viewing at the following link:
Please feel free to view it and continue the conversation by posting comments, or questions in the forum.