14marAll Day16WORKPLACE RESTORATION TRAINING - LethbridgeProvided by the Workplace Fairness Institute and Workplace Fairness West
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This program is a three day workplace restoration offering that can be combined with our two day Workplace Fairness Analyst Certification training.
Enroll and better equip yourself to practice workplace conflict management in all its varieties.
Day 1 The Wide World of Workplace Restoration
Through interactive activities and brief case studies, participants will explore the wide range of restoration options, including mediation, coaching, facilitation, and training and how they apply in different situations. Through discussion and lecture, participants also explore ethical dilemmas, and the various roles of the consultant, workplace leaders, the union, and subject mater experts.
Here we will explore the following mediation options:
Most of this day will use group discussion as the pedagogical methodology. We will also provide demonstrations and roleplays to highlight the differences between these options. We will introduce a Mediation Approaches Model that accounts for the stark differences in these options.
Day 2 The Introduction to Workplace Restoration
Here we will lay out a model for restoring workplaces to a state of equilibrium. This will be focused on understanding trauma and its impact on workplace participants. We will take attendees through a number of scenarios that will help them understand the model and how it can be used to restore workplace health.
Day 3 Workplace Restoration in Action
Participants will be given a very elaborate roleplay to review in advance of the seminar. This day will be focused on running a workplace restoration throughout this roleplay. Students will take turns throughout the roleplay to act as facilitator and to discuss strategic moves at various junctures.
Contact Michelle Phaneuf – 403-483-5520 or email@example.com to register.
march 14 (Thursday) - 16 (Saturday) MST
City of Lethbridge In Conjunction with Workplace Fairness