Upcoming Webinar: June 6, 2024 @ 12:30 P.M. (ET)  |  Workplace Restorations  |  Register Today!

Serious insight for serious situations.

Serious insight for serious situations.

Workplace Restoration Workshop

Course details

COURSE FEE
$1,050 (before tax)

*A 10% discount is offered if you register 5 or more participants from the same organization at the same time.

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES
None.

About this course

In this course, we discuss how to conduct a workplace restoration process that is geared towards creating a safe and harmonious work environment. Specifically, we discuss how to look at the broader context to identify underlying issues and how to determine and implement the best methods of intervention that consider the interests of those impacted. The course includes an in depth and practical step-by-step guide for conducting a restorative process that can be applied to many complex situations, including post-workplace investigations. We provide tools on how to ensure that the right persons are at the table to support an effective restorative process, and how to engender the trust and confidence of those who are asked to participate. The goal of the course is to revision your approach to creating a safe work environment by considering the bigger context, the underlying issues and the interests of those concerned. Our training features the Rubin Thomlinson methodology of problem solving, interactive practice exercises, and case studies. This course is for anyone who is responsible for managing conflicts and disruptions in the workplace and is looking to enhance their skills to manage the resolution of more complex organizational disruptions that may be triggered or impacted by multiple factors.

What you'll learn:

  • A step-by-step guide to workplace restoration
  • How it differs from workplace investigations
  • Potential triggers for workplace restoration processes
  • Signs that workplace restoration may be appropriate
  • How to identify the underlying issues that are causing the disruption
  • Tips on effective communication to promote open participation
  • Available interventions and how to determine the best approach to those interventions
  • Overcoming challenges in the workplace restoration process
  • Special considerations for special cases (including harassment, sexual harassment, and discrimination)

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Workplace Investigation Fundamentals course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

  • HR Professionals: this program is approved for 5.5 hours and we are pending approval for CPHR MB.
  • LSO Accreditation: pending approval

About our facilitator

Dana J. Campbell-Stevens is a workplace investigator, trainer, and mediator at Rubin Thomlinson. She comes to RT with over 10 years’ combined experience in Ontario and the Caribbean. With a background in litigation and mediation, Dana has excellent investigative and fact-finding skills, along with the ability to handle emotionally-charged situations. She takes pride in being fair and respectful and remains impartial and objective regardless of the matter she is investigating. This approach inspires the trust and confidence of all sides, creating a comfortable environment where everyone feels free to share relevant information.

Learn more about Dana here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$1,050 (before tax)

*A 10% discount is offered if you register 5 or more participants from the same organization at the same time.

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES
None.

About this course

In this course, we discuss how to conduct a workplace restoration process that is geared towards creating a safe and harmonious work environment. Specifically, we discuss how to look at the broader context to identify underlying issues and how to determine and implement the best methods of intervention that consider the interests of those impacted. The course includes an in depth and practical step-by-step guide for conducting a restorative process that can be applied to many complex situations, including post-workplace investigations. We provide tools on how to ensure that the right persons are at the table to support an effective restorative process, and how to engender the trust and confidence of those who are asked to participate. The goal of the course is to revision your approach to creating a safe work environment by considering the bigger context, the underlying issues and the interests of those concerned. Our training features the Rubin Thomlinson methodology of problem solving, interactive practice exercises, and case studies. This course is for anyone who is responsible for managing conflicts and disruptions in the workplace and is looking to enhance their skills to manage the resolution of more complex organizational disruptions that may be triggered or impacted by multiple factors.

What you'll learn:

  • A step-by-step guide to workplace restoration
  • How it differs from workplace investigations
  • Potential triggers for workplace restoration processes
  • Signs that workplace restoration may be appropriate
  • How to identify the underlying issues that are causing the disruption
  • Tips on effective communication to promote open participation
  • Available interventions and how to determine the best approach to those interventions
  • Overcoming challenges in the workplace restoration process
  • Special considerations for special cases (including harassment, sexual harassment, and discrimination)

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Workplace Investigation Fundamentals course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

  • HR Professionals: this program is approved for 5.5 hours and we are pending approval for CPHR MB.
  • LSO Accreditation: pending approval

About our facilitator

Dana J. Campbell-Stevens is a workplace investigator, trainer, and mediator at Rubin Thomlinson. She comes to RT with over 10 years’ combined experience in Ontario and the Caribbean. With a background in litigation and mediation, Dana has excellent investigative and fact-finding skills, along with the ability to handle emotionally-charged situations. She takes pride in being fair and respectful and remains impartial and objective regardless of the matter she is investigating. This approach inspires the trust and confidence of all sides, creating a comfortable environment where everyone feels free to share relevant information.

Learn more about Dana here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$1,050 (before tax)

*A 10% discount is offered if you register 5 or more participants from the same organization at the same time.

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES
None.

About this course

In this course, we discuss how to conduct a workplace restoration process that is geared towards creating a safe and harmonious work environment. Specifically, we discuss how to look at the broader context to identify underlying issues and how to determine and implement the best methods of intervention that consider the interests of those impacted. The course includes an in depth and practical step-by-step guide for conducting a restorative process that can be applied to many complex situations, including post-workplace investigations. We provide tools on how to ensure that the right persons are at the table to support an effective restorative process, and how to engender the trust and confidence of those who are asked to participate. The goal of the course is to revision your approach to creating a safe work environment by considering the bigger context, the underlying issues and the interests of those concerned. Our training features the Rubin Thomlinson methodology of problem solving, interactive practice exercises, and case studies. This course is for anyone who is responsible for managing conflicts and disruptions in the workplace and is looking to enhance their skills to manage the resolution of more complex organizational disruptions that may be triggered or impacted by multiple factors.

What you'll learn:

  • A step-by-step guide to workplace restoration
  • How it differs from workplace investigations
  • Potential triggers for workplace restoration processes
  • Signs that workplace restoration may be appropriate
  • How to identify the underlying issues that are causing the disruption
  • Tips on effective communication to promote open participation
  • Available interventions and how to determine the best approach to those interventions
  • Overcoming challenges in the workplace restoration process
  • Special considerations for special cases (including harassment, sexual harassment, and discrimination)

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Workplace Investigation Fundamentals course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

  • HR Professionals: this program is approved for 5.5 hours and we are pending approval for CPHR MB.
  • LSO Accreditation: pending approval

About our facilitator

Dana J. Campbell-Stevens is a workplace investigator, trainer, and mediator at Rubin Thomlinson. She comes to RT with over 10 years’ combined experience in Ontario and the Caribbean. With a background in litigation and mediation, Dana has excellent investigative and fact-finding skills, along with the ability to handle emotionally-charged situations. She takes pride in being fair and respectful and remains impartial and objective regardless of the matter she is investigating. This approach inspires the trust and confidence of all sides, creating a comfortable environment where everyone feels free to share relevant information.

Learn more about Dana here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$1,050 (before tax)

*A 10% discount is offered if you register 5 or more participants from the same organization at the same time.

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES
None.

About this course

In this course, we discuss how to conduct a workplace restoration process that is geared towards creating a safe and harmonious work environment. Specifically, we discuss how to look at the broader context to identify underlying issues and how to determine and implement the best methods of intervention that consider the interests of those impacted. The course includes an in depth and practical step-by-step guide for conducting a restorative process that can be applied to many complex situations, including post-workplace investigations. We provide tools on how to ensure that the right persons are at the table to support an effective restorative process, and how to engender the trust and confidence of those who are asked to participate. The goal of the course is to revision your approach to creating a safe work environment by considering the bigger context, the underlying issues and the interests of those concerned. Our training features the Rubin Thomlinson methodology of problem solving, interactive practice exercises, and case studies. This course is for anyone who is responsible for managing conflicts and disruptions in the workplace and is looking to enhance their skills to manage the resolution of more complex organizational disruptions that may be triggered or impacted by multiple factors.

What you'll learn:

  • A step-by-step guide to workplace restoration
  • How it differs from workplace investigations
  • Potential triggers for workplace restoration processes
  • Signs that workplace restoration may be appropriate
  • How to identify the underlying issues that are causing the disruption
  • Tips on effective communication to promote open participation
  • Available interventions and how to determine the best approach to those interventions
  • Overcoming challenges in the workplace restoration process
  • Special considerations for special cases (including harassment, sexual harassment, and discrimination)

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Workplace Investigation Fundamentals course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

  • HR Professionals: this program is approved for 5.5 hours and we are pending approval for CPHR MB.
  • LSO Accreditation: pending approval

About our facilitator

Dana J. Campbell-Stevens is a workplace investigator, trainer, and mediator at Rubin Thomlinson. She comes to RT with over 10 years’ combined experience in Ontario and the Caribbean. With a background in litigation and mediation, Dana has excellent investigative and fact-finding skills, along with the ability to handle emotionally-charged situations. She takes pride in being fair and respectful and remains impartial and objective regardless of the matter she is investigating. This approach inspires the trust and confidence of all sides, creating a comfortable environment where everyone feels free to share relevant information.

Learn more about Dana here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$1,050 (before tax)

*A 10% discount is offered if you register 5 or more participants from the same organization at the same time.

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES
None.

About this course

In this course, we discuss how to conduct a workplace restoration process that is geared towards creating a safe and harmonious work environment. Specifically, we discuss how to look at the broader context to identify underlying issues and how to determine and implement the best methods of intervention that consider the interests of those impacted. The course includes an in depth and practical step-by-step guide for conducting a restorative process that can be applied to many complex situations, including post-workplace investigations. We provide tools on how to ensure that the right persons are at the table to support an effective restorative process, and how to engender the trust and confidence of those who are asked to participate. The goal of the course is to revision your approach to creating a safe work environment by considering the bigger context, the underlying issues and the interests of those concerned. Our training features the Rubin Thomlinson methodology of problem solving, interactive practice exercises, and case studies. This course is for anyone who is responsible for managing conflicts and disruptions in the workplace and is looking to enhance their skills to manage the resolution of more complex organizational disruptions that may be triggered or impacted by multiple factors.

What you'll learn:

  • A step-by-step guide to workplace restoration
  • How it differs from workplace investigations
  • Potential triggers for workplace restoration processes
  • Signs that workplace restoration may be appropriate
  • How to identify the underlying issues that are causing the disruption
  • Tips on effective communication to promote open participation
  • Available interventions and how to determine the best approach to those interventions
  • Overcoming challenges in the workplace restoration process
  • Special considerations for special cases (including harassment, sexual harassment, and discrimination)

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Workplace Investigation Fundamentals course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

  • HR Professionals: this program is approved for 5.5 hours and we are pending approval for CPHR MB.
  • LSO Accreditation: pending approval

About our facilitator

Dana J. Campbell-Stevens is a workplace investigator, trainer, and mediator at Rubin Thomlinson. She comes to RT with over 10 years’ combined experience in Ontario and the Caribbean. With a background in litigation and mediation, Dana has excellent investigative and fact-finding skills, along with the ability to handle emotionally-charged situations. She takes pride in being fair and respectful and remains impartial and objective regardless of the matter she is investigating. This approach inspires the trust and confidence of all sides, creating a comfortable environment where everyone feels free to share relevant information.

Learn more about Dana here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$1,050 (before tax)

*A 10% discount is offered if you register 5 or more participants from the same organization at the same time.

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES
None.

About this course

In this course, we discuss how to conduct a workplace restoration process that is geared towards creating a safe and harmonious work environment. Specifically, we discuss how to look at the broader context to identify underlying issues and how to determine and implement the best methods of intervention that consider the interests of those impacted. The course includes an in depth and practical step-by-step guide for conducting a restorative process that can be applied to many complex situations, including post-workplace investigations. We provide tools on how to ensure that the right persons are at the table to support an effective restorative process, and how to engender the trust and confidence of those who are asked to participate. The goal of the course is to revision your approach to creating a safe work environment by considering the bigger context, the underlying issues and the interests of those concerned. Our training features the Rubin Thomlinson methodology of problem solving, interactive practice exercises, and case studies. This course is for anyone who is responsible for managing conflicts and disruptions in the workplace and is looking to enhance their skills to manage the resolution of more complex organizational disruptions that may be triggered or impacted by multiple factors.

What you'll learn:

  • A step-by-step guide to workplace restoration
  • How it differs from workplace investigations
  • Potential triggers for workplace restoration processes
  • Signs that workplace restoration may be appropriate
  • How to identify the underlying issues that are causing the disruption
  • Tips on effective communication to promote open participation
  • Available interventions and how to determine the best approach to those interventions
  • Overcoming challenges in the workplace restoration process
  • Special considerations for special cases (including harassment, sexual harassment, and discrimination)

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Workplace Investigation Fundamentals course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

  • HR Professionals: this program is approved for 5.5 hours and we are pending approval for CPHR MB.
  • LSO Accreditation: pending approval

About our facilitator

Dana J. Campbell-Stevens is a workplace investigator, trainer, and mediator at Rubin Thomlinson. She comes to RT with over 10 years’ combined experience in Ontario and the Caribbean. With a background in litigation and mediation, Dana has excellent investigative and fact-finding skills, along with the ability to handle emotionally-charged situations. She takes pride in being fair and respectful and remains impartial and objective regardless of the matter she is investigating. This approach inspires the trust and confidence of all sides, creating a comfortable environment where everyone feels free to share relevant information.

Learn more about Dana here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$1,050 (before tax)

*A 10% discount is offered if you register 5 or more participants from the same organization at the same time.

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES
None.

About this course

In this course, we discuss how to conduct a workplace restoration process that is geared towards creating a safe and harmonious work environment. Specifically, we discuss how to look at the broader context to identify underlying issues and how to determine and implement the best methods of intervention that consider the interests of those impacted. The course includes an in depth and practical step-by-step guide for conducting a restorative process that can be applied to many complex situations, including post-workplace investigations. We provide tools on how to ensure that the right persons are at the table to support an effective restorative process, and how to engender the trust and confidence of those who are asked to participate. The goal of the course is to revision your approach to creating a safe work environment by considering the bigger context, the underlying issues and the interests of those concerned. Our training features the Rubin Thomlinson methodology of problem solving, interactive practice exercises, and case studies. This course is for anyone who is responsible for managing conflicts and disruptions in the workplace and is looking to enhance their skills to manage the resolution of more complex organizational disruptions that may be triggered or impacted by multiple factors.

What you'll learn:

  • A step-by-step guide to workplace restoration
  • How it differs from workplace investigations
  • Potential triggers for workplace restoration processes
  • Signs that workplace restoration may be appropriate
  • How to identify the underlying issues that are causing the disruption
  • Tips on effective communication to promote open participation
  • Available interventions and how to determine the best approach to those interventions
  • Overcoming challenges in the workplace restoration process
  • Special considerations for special cases (including harassment, sexual harassment, and discrimination)

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Workplace Investigation Fundamentals course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

  • HR Professionals: this program is approved for 5.5 hours and we are pending approval for CPHR MB.
  • LSO Accreditation: pending approval

About our facilitator

Dana J. Campbell-Stevens is a workplace investigator, trainer, and mediator at Rubin Thomlinson. She comes to RT with over 10 years’ combined experience in Ontario and the Caribbean. With a background in litigation and mediation, Dana has excellent investigative and fact-finding skills, along with the ability to handle emotionally-charged situations. She takes pride in being fair and respectful and remains impartial and objective regardless of the matter she is investigating. This approach inspires the trust and confidence of all sides, creating a comfortable environment where everyone feels free to share relevant information.

Learn more about Dana here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$1,050 (before tax)

*A 10% discount is offered if you register 5 or more participants from the same organization at the same time.

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES
None.

About this course

In this course, we discuss how to conduct a workplace restoration process that is geared towards creating a safe and harmonious work environment. Specifically, we discuss how to look at the broader context to identify underlying issues and how to determine and implement the best methods of intervention that consider the interests of those impacted. The course includes an in depth and practical step-by-step guide for conducting a restorative process that can be applied to many complex situations, including post-workplace investigations. We provide tools on how to ensure that the right persons are at the table to support an effective restorative process, and how to engender the trust and confidence of those who are asked to participate. The goal of the course is to revision your approach to creating a safe work environment by considering the bigger context, the underlying issues and the interests of those concerned. Our training features the Rubin Thomlinson methodology of problem solving, interactive practice exercises, and case studies. This course is for anyone who is responsible for managing conflicts and disruptions in the workplace and is looking to enhance their skills to manage the resolution of more complex organizational disruptions that may be triggered or impacted by multiple factors.

What you'll learn:

  • A step-by-step guide to workplace restoration
  • How it differs from workplace investigations
  • Potential triggers for workplace restoration processes
  • Signs that workplace restoration may be appropriate
  • How to identify the underlying issues that are causing the disruption
  • Tips on effective communication to promote open participation
  • Available interventions and how to determine the best approach to those interventions
  • Overcoming challenges in the workplace restoration process
  • Special considerations for special cases (including harassment, sexual harassment, and discrimination)

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Workplace Investigation Fundamentals course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

  • HR Professionals: this program is approved for 5.5 hours and we are pending approval for CPHR MB.
  • LSO Accreditation: pending approval

About our facilitator

Dana J. Campbell-Stevens is a workplace investigator, trainer, and mediator at Rubin Thomlinson. She comes to RT with over 10 years’ combined experience in Ontario and the Caribbean. With a background in litigation and mediation, Dana has excellent investigative and fact-finding skills, along with the ability to handle emotionally-charged situations. She takes pride in being fair and respectful and remains impartial and objective regardless of the matter she is investigating. This approach inspires the trust and confidence of all sides, creating a comfortable environment where everyone feels free to share relevant information.

Learn more about Dana here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$1,050 (before tax)

*A 10% discount is offered if you register 5 or more participants from the same organization at the same time.

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES
None.

About this course

In this course, we discuss how to conduct a workplace restoration process that is geared towards creating a safe and harmonious work environment. Specifically, we discuss how to look at the broader context to identify underlying issues and how to determine and implement the best methods of intervention that consider the interests of those impacted. The course includes an in depth and practical step-by-step guide for conducting a restorative process that can be applied to many complex situations, including post-workplace investigations. We provide tools on how to ensure that the right persons are at the table to support an effective restorative process, and how to engender the trust and confidence of those who are asked to participate. The goal of the course is to revision your approach to creating a safe work environment by considering the bigger context, the underlying issues and the interests of those concerned. Our training features the Rubin Thomlinson methodology of problem solving, interactive practice exercises, and case studies. This course is for anyone who is responsible for managing conflicts and disruptions in the workplace and is looking to enhance their skills to manage the resolution of more complex organizational disruptions that may be triggered or impacted by multiple factors.

What you'll learn:

  • A step-by-step guide to workplace restoration
  • How it differs from workplace investigations
  • Potential triggers for workplace restoration processes
  • Signs that workplace restoration may be appropriate
  • How to identify the underlying issues that are causing the disruption
  • Tips on effective communication to promote open participation
  • Available interventions and how to determine the best approach to those interventions
  • Overcoming challenges in the workplace restoration process
  • Special considerations for special cases (including harassment, sexual harassment, and discrimination)

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Workplace Investigation Fundamentals course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

  • HR Professionals: this program is approved for 5.5 hours and we are pending approval for CPHR MB.
  • LSO Accreditation: pending approval

About our facilitator

Dana J. Campbell-Stevens is a workplace investigator, trainer, and mediator at Rubin Thomlinson. She comes to RT with over 10 years’ combined experience in Ontario and the Caribbean. With a background in litigation and mediation, Dana has excellent investigative and fact-finding skills, along with the ability to handle emotionally-charged situations. She takes pride in being fair and respectful and remains impartial and objective regardless of the matter she is investigating. This approach inspires the trust and confidence of all sides, creating a comfortable environment where everyone feels free to share relevant information.

Learn more about Dana here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$1,050 (before tax)

*A 10% discount is offered if you register 5 or more participants from the same organization at the same time.

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES
None.

About this course

In this course, we discuss how to conduct a workplace restoration process that is geared towards creating a safe and harmonious work environment. Specifically, we discuss how to look at the broader context to identify underlying issues and how to determine and implement the best methods of intervention that consider the interests of those impacted. The course includes an in depth and practical step-by-step guide for conducting a restorative process that can be applied to many complex situations, including post-workplace investigations. We provide tools on how to ensure that the right persons are at the table to support an effective restorative process, and how to engender the trust and confidence of those who are asked to participate. The goal of the course is to revision your approach to creating a safe work environment by considering the bigger context, the underlying issues and the interests of those concerned. Our training features the Rubin Thomlinson methodology of problem solving, interactive practice exercises, and case studies. This course is for anyone who is responsible for managing conflicts and disruptions in the workplace and is looking to enhance their skills to manage the resolution of more complex organizational disruptions that may be triggered or impacted by multiple factors.

What you'll learn:

  • A step-by-step guide to workplace restoration
  • How it differs from workplace investigations
  • Potential triggers for workplace restoration processes
  • Signs that workplace restoration may be appropriate
  • How to identify the underlying issues that are causing the disruption
  • Tips on effective communication to promote open participation
  • Available interventions and how to determine the best approach to those interventions
  • Overcoming challenges in the workplace restoration process
  • Special considerations for special cases (including harassment, sexual harassment, and discrimination)

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Workplace Investigation Fundamentals course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

  • HR Professionals: this program is approved for 5.5 hours and we are pending approval for CPHR MB.
  • LSO Accreditation: pending approval

About our facilitator

Dana J. Campbell-Stevens is a workplace investigator, trainer, and mediator at Rubin Thomlinson. She comes to RT with over 10 years’ combined experience in Ontario and the Caribbean. With a background in litigation and mediation, Dana has excellent investigative and fact-finding skills, along with the ability to handle emotionally-charged situations. She takes pride in being fair and respectful and remains impartial and objective regardless of the matter she is investigating. This approach inspires the trust and confidence of all sides, creating a comfortable environment where everyone feels free to share relevant information.

Learn more about Dana here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$1,050 (before tax)

*A 10% discount is offered if you register 5 or more participants from the same organization at the same time.

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES
None.

About this course

In this course, we discuss how to conduct a workplace restoration process that is geared towards creating a safe and harmonious work environment. Specifically, we discuss how to look at the broader context to identify underlying issues and how to determine and implement the best methods of intervention that consider the interests of those impacted. The course includes an in depth and practical step-by-step guide for conducting a restorative process that can be applied to many complex situations, including post-workplace investigations. We provide tools on how to ensure that the right persons are at the table to support an effective restorative process, and how to engender the trust and confidence of those who are asked to participate. The goal of the course is to revision your approach to creating a safe work environment by considering the bigger context, the underlying issues and the interests of those concerned. Our training features the Rubin Thomlinson methodology of problem solving, interactive practice exercises, and case studies. This course is for anyone who is responsible for managing conflicts and disruptions in the workplace and is looking to enhance their skills to manage the resolution of more complex organizational disruptions that may be triggered or impacted by multiple factors.

What you'll learn:

  • A step-by-step guide to workplace restoration
  • How it differs from workplace investigations
  • Potential triggers for workplace restoration processes
  • Signs that workplace restoration may be appropriate
  • How to identify the underlying issues that are causing the disruption
  • Tips on effective communication to promote open participation
  • Available interventions and how to determine the best approach to those interventions
  • Overcoming challenges in the workplace restoration process
  • Special considerations for special cases (including harassment, sexual harassment, and discrimination)

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Workplace Investigation Fundamentals course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

  • HR Professionals: this program is approved for 5.5 hours and we are pending approval for CPHR MB.
  • LSO Accreditation: pending approval

About our facilitator

Dana J. Campbell-Stevens is a workplace investigator, trainer, and mediator at Rubin Thomlinson. She comes to RT with over 10 years’ combined experience in Ontario and the Caribbean. With a background in litigation and mediation, Dana has excellent investigative and fact-finding skills, along with the ability to handle emotionally-charged situations. She takes pride in being fair and respectful and remains impartial and objective regardless of the matter she is investigating. This approach inspires the trust and confidence of all sides, creating a comfortable environment where everyone feels free to share relevant information.

Learn more about Dana here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$1,050 (before tax)

*A 10% discount is offered if you register 5 or more participants from the same organization at the same time.

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES
None.

About this course

In this course, we discuss how to conduct a workplace restoration process that is geared towards creating a safe and harmonious work environment. Specifically, we discuss how to look at the broader context to identify underlying issues and how to determine and implement the best methods of intervention that consider the interests of those impacted. The course includes an in depth and practical step-by-step guide for conducting a restorative process that can be applied to many complex situations, including post-workplace investigations. We provide tools on how to ensure that the right persons are at the table to support an effective restorative process, and how to engender the trust and confidence of those who are asked to participate. The goal of the course is to revision your approach to creating a safe work environment by considering the bigger context, the underlying issues and the interests of those concerned. Our training features the Rubin Thomlinson methodology of problem solving, interactive practice exercises, and case studies. This course is for anyone who is responsible for managing conflicts and disruptions in the workplace and is looking to enhance their skills to manage the resolution of more complex organizational disruptions that may be triggered or impacted by multiple factors.

What you'll learn:

  • A step-by-step guide to workplace restoration
  • How it differs from workplace investigations
  • Potential triggers for workplace restoration processes
  • Signs that workplace restoration may be appropriate
  • How to identify the underlying issues that are causing the disruption
  • Tips on effective communication to promote open participation
  • Available interventions and how to determine the best approach to those interventions
  • Overcoming challenges in the workplace restoration process
  • Special considerations for special cases (including harassment, sexual harassment, and discrimination)

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Workplace Investigation Fundamentals course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

  • HR Professionals: this program is approved for 5.5 hours and we are pending approval for CPHR MB.
  • LSO Accreditation: pending approval

About our facilitator

Dana J. Campbell-Stevens is a workplace investigator, trainer, and mediator at Rubin Thomlinson. She comes to RT with over 10 years’ combined experience in Ontario and the Caribbean. With a background in litigation and mediation, Dana has excellent investigative and fact-finding skills, along with the ability to handle emotionally-charged situations. She takes pride in being fair and respectful and remains impartial and objective regardless of the matter she is investigating. This approach inspires the trust and confidence of all sides, creating a comfortable environment where everyone feels free to share relevant information.

Learn more about Dana here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$1,050 (before tax)

*A 10% discount is offered if you register 5 or more participants from the same organization at the same time.

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES
None.

About this course

In this course, we discuss how to conduct a workplace restoration process that is geared towards creating a safe and harmonious work environment. Specifically, we discuss how to look at the broader context to identify underlying issues and how to determine and implement the best methods of intervention that consider the interests of those impacted. The course includes an in depth and practical step-by-step guide for conducting a restorative process that can be applied to many complex situations, including post-workplace investigations. We provide tools on how to ensure that the right persons are at the table to support an effective restorative process, and how to engender the trust and confidence of those who are asked to participate. The goal of the course is to revision your approach to creating a safe work environment by considering the bigger context, the underlying issues and the interests of those concerned. Our training features the Rubin Thomlinson methodology of problem solving, interactive practice exercises, and case studies. This course is for anyone who is responsible for managing conflicts and disruptions in the workplace and is looking to enhance their skills to manage the resolution of more complex organizational disruptions that may be triggered or impacted by multiple factors.

What you'll learn:

  • A step-by-step guide to workplace restoration
  • How it differs from workplace investigations
  • Potential triggers for workplace restoration processes
  • Signs that workplace restoration may be appropriate
  • How to identify the underlying issues that are causing the disruption
  • Tips on effective communication to promote open participation
  • Available interventions and how to determine the best approach to those interventions
  • Overcoming challenges in the workplace restoration process
  • Special considerations for special cases (including harassment, sexual harassment, and discrimination)

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Workplace Investigation Fundamentals course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

  • HR Professionals: this program is approved for 5.5 hours and we are pending approval for CPHR MB.
  • LSO Accreditation: pending approval

About our facilitator

Dana J. Campbell-Stevens is a workplace investigator, trainer, and mediator at Rubin Thomlinson. She comes to RT with over 10 years’ combined experience in Ontario and the Caribbean. With a background in litigation and mediation, Dana has excellent investigative and fact-finding skills, along with the ability to handle emotionally-charged situations. She takes pride in being fair and respectful and remains impartial and objective regardless of the matter she is investigating. This approach inspires the trust and confidence of all sides, creating a comfortable environment where everyone feels free to share relevant information.

Learn more about Dana here.

Registration

DATES

  • Online
    10:00 EDT
    Aug 07, 2024
    Register4 places remaining
Register