Speaking at Oct. 20 ADRIM Conflict Resolution Day 2021 Conference!
We are delighted to announce that our own FS mediators will be sharing their knowledge and expertise at the Oct. 20 ADRIM Conflict Resolution Day 2021 Conference. Registrants of the Conference will have the opportunity to participate in:
Dave and Janine’s session on The Art of Gathering for Difficult Conversations or
Eleanor’s session on The Art of Gathering at the Family Table.
This ADRIM Conference is a great opportunity to pick up some conflict management tips and techniques, as well as learn more about the art of mediation from experts like Dave, Janine and Eleanor! Registration is open to anyone who is interested in the ADR and mediation profession, and to folks like HR professionals who are in the business of “managing people”. And $85, you can’t beat the price! Register for the ADRIM Conference if you haven’t already done so.
There will be 5 Concurrent Sessions available to Conference participants. Read on to discover the other speakers and topics.
The Art of Gathering at the Family Table: A Conversation Amongst Family Practitioners
Panel: Eleanor Moore, Maria Mitousis, Chau Tran, Lisa Manaiger
Join a panel of Family practitioners (Collaborative Lawyers, Mediators and Coaches) as they discuss the application of Priya Parker’s principles of gathering to their work and lives.
The Art of Gathering for Difficult Conversations
Speakers: Dave Dyck and Janine Hogue Sansregret
From facilitating meetings, coaching conversations to formal mediations, this session will explore in intersection between Priya’s work with Facilitated Solutions approach to hosting difficult conversations.
The Art of Gathering at Work
Speaker: Wendy Loewen
How we gather at work and what we focus on when we are together shapes our workplace culture, which is the most significant factor that influences employee engagement, work relationships, and job satisfaction. This presentation explores the role of culture in building and maintaining a workplace where people like to come together, interact with each other, and engage in their work. Participants will explore six key elements that shape a healthy workplace culture and learn the answers to two fundamental questions: “How does your organization’s culture impact how much people like where they work?” and “What can you do to make it better?”
The Art of Hybrid & Virtual Gatherings: Balancing the Conversation
Speaker: Kristine Tubiera
As facilitators, leaders, speakers, and organizers, we are constantly evolving to meet our audience’s needs. With the option to return to in-person events, we cannot revert to how things were but now require a blend of both worlds – in-person and virtual. Using the concepts that we’ve learned in Priya’s book, we will look at the new world of events and how we bring people together to connect, learn, and build relationships in virtual and hybrid formats.
The Art of Intercultural Gatherings
Speaker: Adam Nepon
Have you ever been invited to a gathering/event/meeting that followed process and procedure outside of your cultural knowledge base? In a globalized world, we are regularly interacting and forming relationships with people from different cultures and backgrounds in different areas of our life’s (personal, work, etc.). One of the fastest ways to offend someone is by disrespecting their customs and culture. This discussion will explore the nuances of Intercultural Competencies and how to prepare for an intercultural engagement.