12.00pm-2.00pm AEST Wednesday 19 June 2024

The webinar will be recorded, so even if you can’t make it live, if you have registered you will be sent a link to the recording after the event.

Trust and its counterpart distrust are at the heart of every human interaction and every conflict. Join us to explore the complexities of trust, and why we trust some people but remain wary of others. Discover how we make decisions to trust or not to trust someone.  Learn practical tools to support clients to navigate conflict when trust has been broken, and to rebuild trust to foster constructive interactions.

In the webinar you will:

Explore the concept of trust, and the different types of trust we can build with others.

Discover why we can trust some people but not others.

Learn how trust can be rebuilt after it has been broken.

About Your Presenter:

Nurit Zubery. LLM (Hons), AAMINZ

Nurit is a mediator and researcher and an accredited Family Dispute Resolution Provider. She completed a Master of Laws at the Auckland University Law School, specialising in mediation and engaged in a qualitative research project examining how fathers experience family mediation. Nurit lives in Auckland and practices family mediation within the New Zealand FDR system.

Registration is AU$47 + GST (if applicable). This will give you access to the live webinar and also the recording after the event.