Menu
Login


Alternative Dispute Resolution Symposium

Edmonton, Alberta
May 15 & 16, 2018
Pre & Post Training May 14 & 17

Shaping the Future of ADR in Alberta

Symposium
Sponsors

Sessions & Speakers for the 2018 Alberta ADR Symposium:

Opening Keynote Session

The Opening Plenary will focus on celebrating what we have achieved in the ADR community and recognizing how far we have come. 

Justice Joanne Goss
&
Nancy Mannix

Session #1: Who Are We?
Practitioner Development

Working with Identity
John Radford

Session #2: Where Are We?
Environmental Scan

Gordon Sloan

Session #3: What Keeps Us Up Night
Scenarios for Reflections

Trauma Informed Practice for ADR
Nicole Sherran
Mediating in the Face of Major Upheavals
Mohamed M Keshavjee
Working with the Perpetrators of Workplace Harassment and Bullying: Criminal, Crazy, Contentious, or Clueless? 
Sylvie Matteau
Stream 4
Speaker TBD

Session #4: Where Are We Going?
Innovations in Dispute resolution

The Art of Asking Questions in Collaborative Practice
Jacinta Gallant
Opportunities for Practitioners
Panel: TBD
Stream 3
Speaker TBD
Stream 4
Speaker TBD

Session #5: How Are We Doing It?
Breaking Barriers; Strategies to Raise the Profile of ADR

ADR Spectrum - One Size Doesn't Fit All
Eva Malisius
Conflict Management Systems Design
Maureen Maloney
Stream 3
Speaker TBD
Stream 4
Speaker TBD


Closing Plenary

Developing A Collective Impact Strategy

The goal is to for the final half-day session to result in an actionable working document. As a network of diverse organizations and partners we need to join together for a collective impact initiative in order to strengthen the ADR community and tackle complex issues.

Liz Weaver - The Tamarack Institute


Pre & Post Symposium Training:

Pre Symposium Training

May 14, 2018

The Fundamentals of Boss Whispering
Sylvie Matteau

Post Symposium Training

May 17, 2018

Cultural Competencies
Presented by the Foundation of Administrative Justice
Deborah Howes
&
Narmin Ismail-Teja 


The 2018 Alberta ADR Symposium is brought to you by the Government of Alberta Dispute Resolution Network and the broader ADR community including non-profit and educational organizations that support and promote the use of ADR:




Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software