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Maximizing Governance: Conflict Resolution

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North York Central Library

5120 Yonge Street

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Toronto, ON M2N 6L7

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OCASI, in partnership with Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services, St. Stephen's Community House, Social Planning Toronto, and onBoard Canada, is pleased to offer Conflict Resolution, the eighth in a series of ten workshops on governance. These workshops are for board members and executive directors of incorporated, community-based not-for-profit organizations based in the City of Toronto. Eight of the workshops, including Conflict Resolution, will be available as webinars for public viewing.

Attendance is by registration only. Spaces are limited, so register early! We ask that each organization send no more than two people to each workshop. Registration is first come, first served.

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Conflict is inevitable when people come together to achieve a goal. The way in which it is handled will determine whether satisfactory outcomes are achieved and positive relationships developed or sustained. This practical workshop will provide an s few tools and techniques to enhance your competence in negotiating and resolving conflicts within your board. You will promote a more positive workplace or organizational culture through effective management of conflicts with board members. This will save precious time and reduce tension and stress.

Facilitator: Harold Tan, St. Stephen's Community House

Harold Tan has 20 years of experience working in the dispute resolution field, particularly in post-secondary education. He completed his Masters in Law (Dispute Resolution) from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2018 and has worked with a downtown coop housing board for 10 years, providing strategic advice and facilitation services.

St. Stephen’s Conflict Resolution & Training (CRT) has been providing affordable and high quality training, mediation, facilitation and consulting services for organizations and workplaces since 1988. CRT has won several awards since St. Stephen’s became one of the first organizations to offer mediation services for community and workplace disputes in Toronto. Over the past 25 years, CRT has developed particular expertise in providing conflict resolution services and training within the social services and not-for-profit sector.


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