NEWS FLASH: CMR 2018 Professional Development Program released

The JCU CMR Program has released the 2018 Professional Development Program. This year the program will offer the following PD sessions at the JCU Townsville City campus: Negotiation Facilitation Facilitative Mediation Practice Conflict Coaching Cross-cultural Conflict Resolution Workplace Conflict Management Please click here to access or download the CMR 2018 Professional Development Flyer or click here to register … More NEWS FLASH: CMR 2018 Professional Development Program released

The power of forgiveness: ‘When “sorry” seems to be the hardest word – but I don’t care’

Many of you will know Judith Rafferty (nee Herrmann) as one of the JCU CMR Program lecturers. What you may not know is that, as part of her PhD research, Judith has undertaken a great deal of  work assessing the experiences of female survivors of conflict-related sexual violence with transitional justice processes. A blog post … More The power of forgiveness: ‘When “sorry” seems to be the hardest word – but I don’t care’

Job opportunity: Associate Professor JCU Conflict Management & Resolution Program

  ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR – JCU CMR PROGRAM An exciting and unique opportunity exists for a dynamic and experienced leader to join JCU as the Associate Professor of the Conflict Management and Resolution (CMR) Program. The successful candidate will have responsibility for leading the CMR program and team, using their teaching and academic experience and expertise … More Job opportunity: Associate Professor JCU Conflict Management & Resolution Program

Introducing CRN Member Benjamin Freedman!

We are very excited to introduce CRN member and recent graduate of the MCMR program Benjamin Freedman. Benjamin commenced his journey through the Master of Conflict Management and Resolution Program in 2015 after recognising a link between poor conflict management and an increase in clinical incidents within the healthcare industry and an strong appetite to … More Introducing CRN Member Benjamin Freedman!

Respect in the workplace: One of the seven key attributes of very successful leaders as Lecturer Claire Holland explained

Institute of Managers & Leaders Conference 2017 On Tuesday 17 October, the Institute of Managers and Leaders held their 2017 Conference in Townsville. This years conference focused on the 7 attributes of very successful leaders. Our very own CRN member and JCU CMR Lecturer Claire Holland joined a panel, which included Joe Hoolahan, Founding CEO … More Respect in the workplace: One of the seven key attributes of very successful leaders as Lecturer Claire Holland explained