Mediator in a Box
May 24, 2018 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Leaders are responsible for ensuring conflict-positive work environments yet often do not have the support or the training to help those in conflict to solve their own problems. Mediator in a Box (www.mediatorinabox.com) is a simple step-by-step process which guides those in conflict to create their own solutions. It is designed to be your own “mediator in a box” and is based on an interest-based negotiation and mediation model. This one-day workshop will focus on using the box in the workplace to engage difficult conversations for employee to employee conflicts and supervisor to employee conflicts.
By the end of this workshop, you will strengthen your capacity to engage in an interest-based negotiation and mediation model and learn a process which you can also extend to your employees to use to solve their own problems.
$189 + GST and Learner Service Fee
About the Instructor
Julia Menard has a private consulting, coaching, training and mediating practice specializing in supporting Managers and Leaders to engage in conflict constructively. Julia has also been on faculty at the Centre for Conflict Resolution since 1998, where she has coached hundreds of leaders from various professions in more effective communication. Her background includes supervising teams in several non-profit organizations, facilitating workshops on assertion and creative goal-setting, and mediating.
Julia has a B.A. in English Literature, a Post-Graduate Certificate in Applied Linguistics, a Diploma in Human Resource Management and one in Immigrant Settlement Work. She has professional certificates/designations in conflict resolution and coaching, including her Professional Certified Coach (P.C.C.) designation through the International Coach Federation and is on Mediate BC’s Civil Mediation Roster. Most recently, Julia completed a Masters of Educational Psychology, specializing in Leadership.
Since 2004, Julia has worked closely with several large, multi-union public organizations supporting leaders in applying clear communication principles to the workplace and setting and meeting personal and professional goals. She is on several mediation rosters including in health care, the provincial government and academic institutions. For fun, Julia has recently taken up the bass guitar and aspires to play the stand-up bass one day.
Last updated May 17, 2018