Dates: September 8-12, 2014
Times: M-Th 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (F - 1:00 p.m.)
Location: FMCS Washington DC
Dealing effectively with conflict in the workplace has become a critical function in public and private organizations. Employers and employees are increasingly turning towards mediation to avoid costly and time-consuming litigation. Mediation has successfully applied to many types of workplace disputes, including grievances, EEO complaints, superior / subordinate problems, and peer conflicts.
This workshop focuses on the mediation process and skills required to be successful. Facilitating difficult conversations, creative problem-solving, interpersonal negotiations and communication will be covered. The course will not include substantive or statutory issues.
Highly interactive, with specially designed role-plays reflecting a variety of workplace conflicts, Mediation Skills for the Workplace, prepares your organization for collaborative problem-solving.
- Understanding negotiations in the mediation
Introduction to mediation fundamentals: protocols, caucuses and side-bars
Tools and techniques of mediation
Ethical considerations in workplace mediation
Defining different mediation styles: directive / evaluative and facilitative
Upon successful completion of this course, participants will receive an FMCS Certificate of Training.
This class will be limited to the first 20 registrants.
Instructors: Ramona Buck Commissioner , Washington, DC
Pat Dunn Commissioner , Kansas City, MO
FMCS Institute for Conflict Management (206) 553-2773.