Shifting from Workplace Investigation to Restoration By Blaine Donais, B.A., LL.B, LL.M., RPDR, C.Med, WFA The world of work is rapidly evolving. When I wrote the book “Workplaces That Work” in 2005, many challenged the concept that we could work towards fairness in the workplace. But fast-forward to the year 2017 and we now
Thank you to everyone who attended and helped plan ADRIO’s Student Orientation on August 24th, 2017. Check out some pictures from the event.
Developed as part of a unique partnership, this joint ADRIO/FDRIO/OsgoodePD program will provide a forum for discussion focusing on broadening the skills of those currently working in med-arb and provide a wealth of information for those contemplating a career in med-arb or those who simply work in dispute resolution and need a grounding of the concepts. As
In Collaboration with The Workplace Fairness Institute | November 13 – 17, 2017, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM This program combines a three day workplace mediation offering with a two day Workplace Fairness Analyst Certification process. Enroll and better equip yourself to practice workplace conflict management in all its varieties. See the
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Many thanks to our speakers, sponsors, delegates & everyone involved in the #ADRIOAGM! Photos from the event have been posted on the event’s main page: http://adr-ontario.ca/2017agm/ View photos.
Mediators use ground rules as a tool to keep the process civil and productive. However, because they operate at a behavioral level, ground rules are limited in effectiveness. Laura Atwood, Professional Certified Coach and mediator, will be exploring the opportunity for family mediators (and in fact, mediators in other contexts) to invest some time and
Learn, connect, and enrich your practice at the ADRIO end-of-year Meet ‘N’ Greet. This event is the perfect opportunity to meet colleagues over dinner and connect on matters of common interest. We are bringing back “Table Talk,” an excellent interactive format that will allow you to meet practitioners chosen for their expertise in a wide
Building on the success of our offering in 2015, ADRIO is pleased to invite you to a two-part, interactive workshop conducted by Richard Hart, well-known internationally for his extensive experience with groups affected by high conflict and conflict associated behaviors such as bullying, harassment and violence. View full flyer.
Carrying on the tradition of our previous website, this website will be the central location for Ontario based mediators, arbitrators and other alternative dispute resolution (ADR) practitioners to find useful information. This is also the central location for potential service users to learn about how ADR can resolve your dispute. Please update your bookmarks accordingly. We