Inaugural Northwest Conference Highlights: Block C







Product Type: Course

Format
Courses - Rebroadcast
Start Date & Time
2021-12-21 9:00 AM
End Date & Time
2021-12-21 12:00 PM
Online Provider
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Description

Missed The Inaugural Northwest Collaborative Futures Conference? Here's your opportunity to catch some of the highlights!

—Rebroadcast—
Last Kick at the Can 2021

Tuesday, December 21, 2021

9:00 am – 12:00 pm

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Who should attend: All DR professionals and anyone wishing to transform their practice by engaging in a more collaborative approach to conflict

Learning level: All levels

Join us for a future-focused, cross-border conference organized with partnering organizations including: Mediate BC, Mediate.com, CoRe Conflict Resolution Society, and the ADR Section of the Washington State Bar Association (WSBA). Scheduled during Conflict Resolution Week 2021, this conference will explore the wide range of ways in which individuals, organizations, and nations create artificial borders that lead to, intensify, and prolong conflict. Presenters will be drawn from both sides of the Canada/US border as we seek commonalities and opportunities for greater knowledge exchange across practice areas and lived experiences.

Topics:

Barriers and Benefits of Remote Dispute Resolution

As dispute resolution professionals, we may have dabbled in providing our services remotely. But for many, this past year and a half has been a new frontier. Learn how to overcome the obstacles that remote practice may present while also harnessing the positives for both the professional and the client. Tips and suggestions for effective use of remote tools will be offered to help you navigate issues such as working with adversity, managing the emotional climate and supporting clients remotely. As well, we'll take a look at the future of virtual practice in a post-COVID world.

Lori Frank, Q.Med.Lori Frank Mediation & Consulting, Victoria
Kellie L. Tennant, BSW, MSW
2 Worlds Consulting, Counselling & Mediation, Maple Ridge

Preparing for a Difficult Conversation

We believe that there are some often-overlooked preparation steps. You could think of these as pre-preparation steps because they entail actions you can take prior to focusing on the actual engagement and communication with the other party: 

  • find your motivation
  • build your power
  • set it up well

By putting you in Zoom breakout room pairs or triads, and with specific instructions, we will provide you the opportunity to try out in real-time how to take these steps. We will also explain how we have been experimenting with our 8-step Difficult Conversation model to initiate culture change in organizations.

Julia Menard, M.Ed., CertConRes, PCCMediator, On Conflict Leadership Institute, Victoria
Gordon White, MBAMediator, On Conflict Leadership Institute, Victoria

Kids and Cross-Border Parenting: The Importance of Meaningful Participation and Voice

Children and youth are often caught in the middle of parental separation, and that sometimes involves parenting arrangements that extend across borders. The well-being of kids is enhanced when they have meaningful participation and voice in decision-making that affects their lives in significant ways, including where they live and go to school. Using a child-centred approach, this session will discuss child participation and why it is important (referring to ACEs and the UNCRC) and create space for a dialogue about how it can be done safely and effectively.

Kari D. Boyle, LLBCoordinator, BC Family Justice Innovation Lab, North Vancouver
Lauren Irvine

Law Society of BC CPD Hours: 3 hours (this course does not contain professional responsibility and ethics, client care and relations, and/or practice management)

Course Chairs
Sharon Sutherland — Mediate BC, Vancouver

Darsey Meredith — CoRe Conflict Resolution Society, Vancouver

Pricing
Rebroadcast $205.00
Student Rebroadcast $102.50

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