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Hub Talks: How to Resolve Business Conflicts and Disputes
What would your life look like if you had the confidence to navigate conflict effectively?

Conflict is inevitable in business, yet most of us expect to ‘learn on the job’ and often find ourselves avoiding conflict or dealing with it poorly.

Whether navigating difficult colleagues, unhappy clients, or conflict in your personal life, being able to effectively resolve conflict is a crucial life skill.

Join the Mediation Company for a webinar to learn:
- common personal triggers and causes of conflict;
- differences between constructive and destructive conflict;
- the effect of conflict on your brain; and
- a practical 5-step process for having difficult conversations using the SOLVE Code™ method.

You will leave this session armed with practical skills and strategies you can implement immediately to master the art of conflict resolution.

May 12, 2021 12:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Speakers

Venita Dimos
Founder and Mediator @The Mediation Company
Venita is a Nationally Accredited Mediator and the founder of the Mediation Company Pty Ltd, a company specialising in workplace conflict management. She is a recognised specialist and thought leader in conflict management and communication. Venita has trained in Conflict Dynamics Profiling®, CINERGY® Conflict Management, Brain Based Conversation Skills®, High Conflict Institute New Ways for Families® and Brain-Based Coaching®. She has also had extensive experience as a lawyer for over 20 years in global corporate organisations. Venita facilitates corporate training and conflict coaching to empower people to discover creative solutions to seemingly intractable problems. She is on a mission to transform workplace communication by helping people build their conflict intelligence. Learn more about The Mediation Company Pty Ltd here: www.mediationcompany.com.au