Danielle Carney & Stacey Kelly
12.00 in Yurra
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In today’s workplace, rarely is a conflict experienced by just two individuals within a team. Increasingly, we are seeing a need for multi-party mediations, stemming from unresolved conflict within the workplace, which has flow on impacts on productivity, absenteeism and turnover. This growing impact on the financial and cultural performance of an organisation has led to our development of a Team Collaboration workshop model that is inspired by, and adapted from, the traditional mediation model.
Through an engaging and interactive participant session, we explore the opportunities to utilise this adaptation of the mediation model in practical workplace case studies, supported by work preference diagnostic tools, to breakdown the common barriers to team collaboration at work; including different work styles, communication preferences and decision making models. What is healthy conflict and how does it contribute to rebuilding a team’s collaboration focus? How can the mediation model be used to bring a team back from the ashes and set them up for high performing, highly collaborative success? What are the practical lessons that have evolved from this process? And how can you use the principles of building team collaboration in your workplace?.
|Get to know Danielle Carney and Stacey Kelly
|Danielle Carney is a highly experience HR and ER professional and accredited dispute resolution practitioner. She has operated at a strategic and senior level and understands the business triggers and necessities impacting people solutions. Danielle holds a Bachelor of Law and Administration and has been supporting parties in workplace mediation since 2007.
Danielle has also written a number of legal publications on employment law including practical texts for HR professionals and industrial practitioners (for example, Thomson Legal, Essential Facts: Recruitment & Termination, The Law Book Co publication titled The Practitioners Guide – Industrial Law authoring the chapter on industrial disputes).Stacey Kelly is a highly respected HR professional with more than 12 years’ experience in Employee Relations and generalist Human Resources. Stacey’s operational experience has seen her develop a strong customer focus whilst delivering outcomes that demonstrate commercial value to each of the businesses she has worked for, and with. Stacey holds a Bachelor of Business (IRHR/International Business) and is accredited in the facilitation of a number of leadership and team diagnostic tools. She is also accredited as a mediator in the National Mediator Accreditation System.