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

The 8th APMF Conference, the Future of Mediation in the Asia Pacific Region, Da Nang, Vietnam, November 11-13, 2017

8th Asia Pacific Mediation Forum Da Nang, Vietnam – 11-13 November 2017 This annual conference provides mediators from across the Asia Pacific region an opportunity to network whilst developing new skills and knowledge in a stunning setting. Topics for this conference include: Approaches to Mediation and Peace Building in the Asia Pacific Region Mediation for … More The 8th APMF Conference, the Future of Mediation in the Asia Pacific Region, Da Nang, Vietnam, November 11-13, 2017

UNICEF launches FREE online course on social change

United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has partnered with the University of Pennsylvania to launch a free open online course focused on social norms and social change. The course discusses several issues that are closely related to human rights such as child marriage, gender violence and sanitation practices and is taught in two parts.  The first … More UNICEF launches FREE online course on social change

NQ Family Law Pathways Network Annual Dinner: FIVE FREE STUDENT SPOTS AVAILABLE

On Friday 23 June 2017, the North Queensland Family Law Pathways Network (NQ FLPN) will be co-hosting their annual dinner and panel event themed: “The Complex and ever-changing landscape of family law”. The panel will include some great guest speakers (details below) and the event will provide a fabulous professional development and networking opportunity for … More NQ Family Law Pathways Network Annual Dinner: FIVE FREE STUDENT SPOTS AVAILABLE

Webinar: Using dispute resolution processes in matters with a history of family or domestic violence

This Resolution Institute hosted webinar will be facilitated by Dr Rachael field. Dr Field will present the findings from the Coordinated Family Dispute Resolution (family mediation) process piloted in Australia between 2010 and 2012. She will also discuss the use of dispute resolution methods in contexts where there is a history of family violence, in … More Webinar: Using dispute resolution processes in matters with a history of family or domestic violence

Webinar: Child Family Community Australia

Webinar invitation Supporting young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds: Good practice and measuring settlement outcomes Nadine Liddy, Heather Stewart and John De Maio Thursday 23 March 2017, 1.30pm – 2.30pm AEDT. Find your time zone. This webinar will bring together research, policy and practice perspectives to discuss how to best support young people from … More Webinar: Child Family Community Australia

Webinar: Addressing conflict in apartment living: the benefits of skilled mediation

Thursday, 16 March 2017 | 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM Sydney time (AEDT) | Zoom Webinar   Apartment living is booming in Australia and New Zealand. With this increase in vertical living comes many challenges including significant conflict. Disputes arise because residents are living in close proximity and managing shared assets.  Apartment blocks and other developments such as town … More Webinar: Addressing conflict in apartment living: the benefits of skilled mediation