Autim Awareness and Mediation

Autim Awareness and Mediation

Autism Awareness and Mediation

When – Thursday 8th December 2016

Where – Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://zoom.us/j/4192627750

What time – from 7pm to 8pm (EDST)

How to book:  Click here to go to the Eventbrite Event Booking System event

Event Cost: This is a free event

About the Presenters

The presentation is a collaboration between Mediator Gillian Enterkin from Logical Mediation and Autism Expert Berinda Karp.

This information webinar will explain how a specialist approach to family dispute resolution mediation can help families experiencing conflict that is compounded by the challenges of having family members on the Autism spectrum. It will provide insights and an understanding of the help that is available for the whole family where one or more members have a lived experience of Autism.

Book in Via Eventbright for instructions on how to join the webinar live and / or to receive a recording after the event.

 

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#AuMAW2016 on Social Media

Use the Hashtag #AuMAW2016 on social media to make your posts about Australian Mediation Awareness Week 2016 easy to find. Supporters While we hope that mediators and mediation services througout Australia will host events to support Mediation Awareness the simplest...

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12.12.2016: The Conflict Interpreter Webinar

The Conflict Interpreter webinar / mini training hosted by Malcolm Guy from MIM Mediation. Designed for mangers and leaders this one hour webinar is full of practical hints and tips you can implement right away as well as guidance on when bringing in an independent, professional mediator may be necessary to avoid conflict escalation.

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7.12.2016: The Conflict Interpreter Webinar

The Conflict Interpreter webinar / mini training hosted by Malcolm Guy from MIM Mediation. Designed for mangers and leaders this one hour webinar is full of practical hints and tips you can implement right away as well as guidance on when bringing in an independent, professional mediator may be necessary to avoid conflict escalation.

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Interact Support

A not-for-profit dedicated to providing low cost support for family law issues with a mission to reduce and resolve family conflict and prevent family violence.

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An easy way to make social media images

An easy way to make social media images

Creating attractive and compelling images to share on social media used to be a time consuming issue for me.  And those who know me know that I am always taking on more than I can reasonably expect myself to be able to do.

So wasting time trying to find images without breaching copyright and putting them together with the words I want to share has been what I thought was a necessary frustration.

That is why I am so in love with Canva. https://www.canva.com/

Don’t judge me

You have to understand that I’m not a graphic designer and what I can produce is somewhat templated but it’s a lot better than what I have produced unassisted so I’m pretty happy. The thing that makes me happiest is that it is so quick.

Social Content

Social media is such a great way to share concepts and ideas and I’d like to challenge all mediators in Australia to produce at least one piece of original content to share under the #AuMAW2016 and #Mediation hash tags.

Social Sharing

I’d love to see a game of Virtual Volley Ball during Mediation Awareness Week 2016 where we keep content about mediation in the cloud. You can play by sharing, re-tweeting and encouraging your friends, acquaintances and strangers to do the same. If you want a world filled with more peace and understanding the best way to get it is to contribute to building the belief that it is possible.

Better choices

Negotiation and litigation are processes designed to reduce your choices in order to reach a settlement and usually the most powerful gets the best outcome.

Mediation is a process that is focused on increasing understanding about what matters to each party to a dispute, encourages exploration of the many options available before empowering the people impacted by the decision to decide the best option for them to try and resolve their dispute and be at peace with each other.

By increasing awareness of mediation and the different styles of mediation we increase the number of people who will feel empowered to make the choice to genuinely try mediation first.

Share your social media images on Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram or your other prefered platform during Australian Mediation Awareness Week 7th to the 13th December

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Middlegrounds

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Middlegrounds

Middlegrounds provides mediation and other conflict resolution services to help resolve employment and commercial disputes without the need for litigation.

Established by dispute resolution professional Jamie Nuich to provide an alternative to traditional legal solutions to resolve conflict.

Founded on the values of creativity, integrity and responsibility the service provides clients with the opportunity to find a better solution even when all options to resolve the dispute appear to have been exhausted.

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Jamie Nuich

Jamie Nuich

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Contact Jamie for more information on 0406 115 370

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9.12.2016 Individual Information Sessions

9.12.2016 Individual Information Sessions

Individual Mediation Information Sessions

When – Friday 9th December 2016

Where – Juno Consulting Adelaide – Level 1, Bunnik House, 45 Flinders Street, Adelaide

What time – a number of individualised 30 minute sessions between 9 am and 6 pm

How to book:   Book on www.junoadelaide.com.au or email Ursula

Event Cost: This is a free event 

About the Host

Juno Consulting Adelaide is a boutique consultancy offering Counselling, Mindfulness Techniques, Personal Development and Mediation.

Located in the heart of Adelaide’s CBD, Juno is a small private practice specialising in communication and alleviating stress.

Juno was established in 2012 by Ursula Najar, a professional counsellor and mediator. Find out more.

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9.12.2016: Getting to Know Family Law Mediation

9.12.2016: Getting to Know Family Law Mediation

Getting to know Family Law Mediation

About the event: A casual afternoon discussing the merits of Family Law Mediation (Family Dispute Resolution)

  • What are its strengths and weaknesses?
  • Who should seek out the help of an FDRP?
  • Do you need to see a Solicitor first?
  • Can Family Law Mediation help save you money?
  • As a professional working as a Solicitor, Counsellor, Psychologist, Accountant, can mediation help your clients?

This event will strive to answer all your question about Family Law Mediation and provide you with information to take away and consider. It is a free event open to anyone who is interested in, or affected by, Family Disputes such as separation, divorce, child access arrangements, financial settlements, wills or any other Family Law matter.

When – Friday 9th December 2016

Where – Suite 5, 539 Highett Road, Highett, Victoria, 3190

What time – from1.30 pm (AEDT)  until 3.30 pm

How to book:  Click here to go to the Eventbrite Event Booking System event

Event Cost: This is a free event 

About the Hosts

This event will be hosted by Dianne Loveday and George Filipowicz from Bayside Mediation.  Both are Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners (FDRP’s)

Between them they have more than 25 years experience working with clients in the Melbourne Bayside area who have experienced some form of family breakdown or dispute.

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12.12.2016:  The Conflict Interpreter Webinar

12.12.2016: The Conflict Interpreter Webinar

12th December 2016 – The Conflict Interpreter Webinar

Learn about Conflict Management Skills you can use every day in the workplace from Malcolm Guy the Author of Boost Your Teams Productivity by Reducing Workplace Conflict.

This webinar will help educate and inform participants on the basics of managing conflict in the workplace and how to step in early to prevent conflict escalating.

Malcolm will share simple tips and strategies that can be easily implemented by anyone as well as when conflict is at a level that an independent conflict resolution professional is needed.

About the Host

The webinar will be hosted by Malcolm Guy. Malcom is a NMAS Accredited Professional Mediator and published author.  Malcolm has a background in business management and leadership and also works for Lifeline. In his role as a volunteer telephone counsellor he has had to deal with first hand the emotional toll that unresolved conflict can cause.

Attend this webinar to find out what YOU can do to prevent conflict from turning into productivity disruption, bullying or harm to employees mental health.

Audience – this webinar is aimed at business leaders and managers.

When – Wednesday 12th December 2016

Where – Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android:  Link will be provided

What time – from 3:00 pm (EDST)

How to book:  Eventbright booking link for this event

Event Cost: This is a free event 

Find out more

The webinar will be hosted by Malcolm Guy, the author of Boost your Teams Productivity by reducing conflict and principal mediator from MIM Mediation .

Contact MIM Mediation to reserve your seat

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