Webinar

Navigating Conflict: The Conflict Resolution Pathway

Friday 21st October 2022, 12:00 UK Time
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All work environments will experience interpersonal disputes from time to time, and employers need processes to address such conflict effectively and consistently. Conventionally, this has meant having a grievance process to raise and investigate complaints.

UK Mediation’s Conflict Resolution Pathway is based on our 22 years’ experience of leading the way in the use of mediation and dialogue-building as a way to resolve interpersonal conflict.

In this webinar, UK Mediation CEO Dr Mike Talbot will walk you through each stage of the Pathway, showing you how it can support the early and informal resolution of interpersonal conflict. There will also be time for a Q+A, as well as the opportunity to receive a copy of our Resolution Pathway in full.

At a glance...

  • Free 45-minute webinar
  • Interactive presentation and Q+A
  • Booking required (see below)

Who should attend?

  • HR staff
  • Employee Relations
  • Team leaders and managers
  • FTSU Guardians
  • Trade union staff
  • Anyone whose role involves dealing with conflict!

Watch a previous webinar

To give you an idea of what to expect on the webinar, here’s a recording from a previous one on the subject of 'Building Dialogue in a Healthcare Setting'.

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