Review of the Winchester Collaborative Practitioners Conference

posted 3 Dec 2012, 03:19 by Miles Hendy   [ updated 7 Dec 2012, 04:44 ]
The Collaborative Group successfully held their inaugural collaborative practitioners’ conference on Tuesday 16 October 2012 at The Marquee, Winchester Cathedral.

Under the theme “So where do we go from here?” the conference met its objective of reflecting on the progress made over the last decade and looking to the future of collaborative practice.  The feedback from attendees has been very positive with many feeling fully reinvigorated.

The full agenda included the following presentations:

An opening talk from Rachel Osgood, Chair of The Collaborative Group

Coaching and the Collaborative Process, presented by Karen Morley and Bethen Hartley of Better Life Coaching

Mapping Paths to Family Justice – some preliminary findings, presented by Professors Anne Barlow (University of Exeter)

Get Artisan, presented by Neil Denny - lawyer, trainer, author and expert on collaborative practice and conflict management

A Perfect Storm, presented by James Pirrie - solicitor, collaborative practitioner, arbitrator, and long-standing member of Resolution’s national committee (his A Corridor of Processes spreadsheet can be downloaded here)

Closing words, Mr Justice Baker - High Court Judge (Family Division), liaison judge for the Western Circuit

For copies of the presentations please click the links above where links are available. For further information on Neil Denny’s presentation, please contact him directly at neil.denny@alld.com

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