PSYCHOLOGY OF DISPUTES
AFBPS, SFHEA, CSci, Pract Psychologist (Occ), MEAOHP
Tuesday 08 June 2021, VIRTUAL EVENT
Disputes, whether they be commercial or personal, can be very stressful to those involved. Those of us involved in disputes on a day to day basis can perhaps become somewhat immune to the stresses and strains involved. However, for many involved such as our clients that is not the case and a dispute can be a hugely stressful situation. Particularly if the individual only gets involved in disputes occasionally or indeed only the once.
In this event Rachel will look at the stresses and strains that surround disputes how they arise, how we deal with them and how they can be avoided.
Rachel Mulholland is an Occupational Psychologist and Senior Lecturer in the Department of Psychology at Glasgow Caledonian University. Prior to joining GCU, Rachel has worked in the University, Public and Private sectors. Rachel has considerable experience working in multi-disciplinary teams developing and delivering: academic and training courses; consultancy interventions; large scale research projects (for example, workplace stress; international leadership and entrepreneurship development; programme evaluation, and work design). She was consulted by the HSE as part of the development of their Management Standards on Occupational Stress and this continues to be an area of interest (for example, courses on the Management of Stress; supervised under-graduate and post-graduate dissertations in workplace stress).
Date: 08 June 2021
Venue: Virtual Platform
Time: Recommended log in time 5:45-5:55p.m. Event 6.00pm to 7.00pm
Please book your place on the CIArb Events Page https://www.ciarb.org/events/
Event open to Non-members
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