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Webinar - Developing Conflict Management Skills for HR Professionals
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When: 2018-05-31
10:30 am
Where: Online
Contact: Charmaine Wintermute
306-242-2747 (CPHR)

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Webinar - Developing Conflict Management Skills for HR Professionals
(please make note of registration deadlines at bottom of page)

Date: Thursday, May 31, 2018 
Event start time: 10:30 AM (in Saskatchewan).   This event is hosted in Vancouver and will state the start time is 9:30 am.  Please take time zone changes into consideration when reviewing webinar login and access information in the email you will receive 24 hours before the webinar.  
Location: Online Live Webinar
CPD Hours: 1.5
HR Competency: Strategy; Professional Practice; Labour and Employment Relations 

Presenters: Brenda Hooper and Brin Hamilton, Representatives of ADR Institute of British Columbia (ADRBC)


As an HR Professional working in a dynamic environment, you engage with and support others through conflict on a regular basis.  This webinar will assist you to improve your dispute resolution skills to address workplace conflicts with confidence and proficiency.  An emphasis will be placed on furthering your understanding of Alternative Dispute Resolution and its relevance to Human Resources Management.

In this presentation, you will learn:

  • Develop an enhanced understanding of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
  • Understand the importance of recognizing and addressing conflict in the workplace 
  • Distinguish between positions and interests to optimize HR interventions
  • Understand the importance of developing trust for supportive relationships
  • Understand the benefits of completing the ADRIC National Mediation Course to enhance your ADR competencies
Who should attend:
  • Human resource professionals working in a generalist role or in a position where they are supporting managers and/or employees in workplace conflict. 
About the presenters:

Brenda HooperBrenda Hooper is a Chartered Mediator (C. Med), facilitator, coach and trainer specializing in the area of communication and conflict management.  As the owner of her private consulting practice, Brenda has had the pleasure of assisting executives, managers, supervisors and their teams develop skills to create supportive and productive relationships. 

Certified as a coach in Conversational Intelligence (C-IQ)TM  and a trainer in Strengths Deployment Inventory (SDI)TM Brenda blends the latest social and neuroscience research into her training and coaching programs as a means to help individuals, work teams and organizations understand how to positively impact the work culture and relationships.   Over the past 18 years, Brenda's passion for all things "Dispute Resolution" has enabled her to obtain national and international designations and certifications in mediation, communication and training. 

Brenda served as a Director and on the Executive of the ADR Institute of British Columbia (ADRBC) for 6 years and currently serves on the provincial and national Mediation Education Committees.  She is a national trainer and coach for the ADR Institute of Canada's (ADRIC) Introductory Mediation Course.

Brin Hamilton

Brin Hamilton is a conflict consultant, mediator, arbitrator (Q. Arb), facilitator, human resources professional (CPHR), and the owner of Vancouver-based Ahimsa Mediation & Consulting.  Brin is passionate about helping others navigate conflict through effective communication and alternate dispute resolution.  Her work has evolved from years of professional experiences in HR management in a health context. 

Brin is an Associate Faculty member at Royal Roads University in the School of Humanitarian Studies.  Additionally, she teaches conflict resolution and anger management in a community setting to build capacity of individuals to deal with challenging situations.  She is actively conducting applied research in the fields of conflict management, leadership, and workplace health and safety.  Both her research and practice is focused on supporting thriving workplaces and organizations.  Brinn has a B.Comm from the University of Saskatchewan, with a major in Human Resources Management, and a Masters of Arts in Conflict Analysis and Management from Royal Roads University.  Brin currently serves as Vice-President and Secretary at the ADR Institute of British Columbia (ADRBC) Board of Directors. 


10:15 am - 10:30 am: Login Time (Saskatchewan time)
10:30 am - 12:00 pm: Presentation (Saskatchewan time)

All login information will be sent to you via email one day prior to the session.

Both registration and payment are required for every person attending this webinar.

Questions about registration or receipt can be directed to


Registration Deadline:   
 Early Bird Rate
 (by May 18th)
 Regular Rate
             (by May 25th)
Member  $65.00 $85.00
Non-Member  $95.00 $115.00
Student Member
 $35.00 $55.00
All pricing excludes applicable taxes                                       

If you are unable to attend a webinar for which you have registered, you may designate an alternate attendee, however member/non-member rate differences will apply. Cancellations will be accepted up to 72 hours before the event for a full refund. After that time, no refund will be given and if payment has not been received an invoice will be issued.

Chartered Professionals in Human Resources Saskatchewan (CPHR Saskatchewan)
#210, 3501 8th Street East / Saskatoon, Sask. / S7H 0W5
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