Choice and decision-making in mediation
with Carol Powell
Wednesday 15 February
An interactive session exploring the concept of choice and the impact choice has on the parties' ability to make decisions in mediation.
- identify common assumptions that exist about choice
- consider how we make decisions
- develop ways to alter the structure of their process to meet the challenges identified.
About Carol Powell
Carol works as a professional mediator, facilitator and trainer. She designs and presents workshops in managing conflict and communication for LEADR and a number of private clients including, in recent times, the Ministry of Justice, the Department of Building & Housing, YWCA and the University of Auckland.
Carol has been mediating for over 15 years and has mediated a wide range of disputes. She sits on a number of panels including Weathertight Homes Resolution Service, Health & Disability Commissioner, Domain Name Commissioner and Family Court – Lawyer to Assist with Mediation Panel.
Carol is a specialist in conflict management including dispute system design; drafting dispute resolution clauses; advising clients on appropriate methods of dispute resolution. Carol is actively involved in LEADR and has sat on the Board of LEADR NZ for more than 10 years (including four as Chair). She also sits on the board of LEADR and is the New Zealand representative on the LEADR Accreditation Committee. Carol has recently accepted an appointment to the International Standards Committee of IMI (International Institute of Mediators).
Wed 15 February 2012
6pm Doors close
Concludes at 7.30pm
Level 1, 13-15 Bridge Street
$25 (incl GST) members
$30 (incl GST) non-members
RSVP by Mon 13 Feb to Sue on firstname.lastname@example.org
or T: 02 9251 3366
This event will contribute 1 hour of CPD for accreditation under the NMAS and LEADR accreditation.
A podcast of the recording from this meeting will be available to LEADR members on the LEADR website.