CIMA Southern Area Event: 'Negotiation, mediation and dispute resolution'

Date: Wednesday, 24th Jan 2018

Time: 6.30-7.00pm - registration and refreshments. 7.00-8.10pm - presentation 

Venue: The Granville Hotel, Waterford

Cost: Free of charge

Please provide your organisation/company name and job title when booking.

This event will focus on negotiations in the workplace. It will examine how negotiation and dispute resolution theory translates into the real world. It will look at examples of negotiations that have gone well and some that have gone badly. It will look at some of the differences and nuances between private and public negotiations. It will look at when a conflict spills over into an industrial dispute. It will look at some recommended strategies and guidance for an employer/business.

Who will benefit?

Those involved in management decision making, labour relations, wage negotiations, human resources etc.


Turlough O’Sullivan – Managing Director of Resolve Ireland

Turlough served as Director General of IBEC from 2000-2009. He was a member of the Executive Board of Business Europe, the Council of the International Organisation of Employers, a member of the National Implementation Body, the National Economic and Social Council and a board member of the Labour Relations Commission.

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