Resolve to Succeed
Are you leading a team into a brave new world? Are you navigating a period of change, under increasing pressure to succeed and facing a new set of leadership challenges? Then the Resolution 2019 conference is a must for your calendar.
What is the Resolution 2019 conference?
The conference brings together an exciting, hand-picked mix of international speakers to inform, inspire and impart their wisdom. As well as considering the power that comes from collaboration and communication our speakers will tackle head on the ‘messy’ side of leadership that we all face. Leading by example, they will show how they have applied skills and experience to make a positive difference.
Who should attend?
Anyone who is in a leadership role will benefit from attending. Whether you’re running a family business, leading a large corporate entity, going through merger or acquisition or under pressure to improve service delivery. Whatever your personal or professional context, this is a not-to-be-missed opportunity.
Why should you attend?
Please note that CIArb Members are eligible for a 20% discount by using the code 2019CIARBTRCCONF20.
For more information and to view the programme please visit https://theresolutioncentre.events/.
Contributor to BBC1 Rogue traders and renowned expert witness , Rod will share his humorous and salient learnings gained from 30years at the sharp end!
Craig is an academic lawyer, mediator and dispute resolution specialist and stand up performer. Bringing together his knowledge and humour to share his experience and anecdotes of ‘messy conversation’.
A local lawyer and advocate for the use of ADR, Caroline will share her knowledge on inclusion of the ADR clause in contracts and how they save time, money and protect reputations.
Elaine is a partner and head of Carey Olsen’s Guernsey dispute resolution and litigation team. She advises both local and international clients on a range of dispute resolution and litigation matters including trust disputes, fraud and asset tracing matters, banking and finance litigation, regulatory, employment, data protection and intellectual property (IP) matters. She is recognised as a leading lawyer in these fields and appears regularly in courts and tribunals at all levels in Guernsey. Elaine is a member of both the Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists (ACTAPS) and Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb).
In a culture of collaboration, the relationship is as important as the contract, and differences and issues can be viewed as opportunities to renegotiate the relationship with optimism instead of fear. A chance to hear this fascinating and entertaining speaker.
A leading counsel and arbitrator with a broad international and UK construction and commercial practice. He focuses on complex contract disputes spanning a wide range of sectors, including construction and engineering, energy, international trade, shipbuilding, transport and professional negligence.
As a newcomer to Jersey Sean has had to adapt to a very different environment and culture to his long experience working in local Government in Manchester. He has been pleasantly surprised by the breadth, depth and quality of the third sector on the island whilst being bemused by a shortage of collaboration and partnership working. Using his extensive experience working in inner city Manchester he will espouse the benefits of joined up, collaborative partnership working whilst always being mindful of the Jersey context.
Douglas Melville is the inaugural Principal Ombudsman and Chief Executive of the Channel Islands Financial Ombudsman (CIFO) which resolves disputes arising from the provision of retail financial services in and from the international financial centres in the Channel Islands.
We don’t change the hands of the nurses or Dr’s, we change the support they give their colleagues. Find out how this supports her work within large teams drawing on her extensive experience as HR Director, past Chair of the London HRD Network and leader within the health service.
With a background in major commercial construction and civil engineering holding roles at senior operational, commercial and advisory roles Simon will share his views on the ADR clause and how it ‘saves’ contracts and contractors.
Gavin Smith has over 25 years’ experience as a specialist family law barrister, dealing with all types of financial remedy proceedings following relationship breakdown.
Jeremy’s “university vision” is to create an academic and cultural environment for Jersey that attracts the best and most creative, and makes knowledge an export industry. Jeremy has interviewed people who have been clients of resolution processes to give an independent perspective.
A recognised leader in corporate governance and champion of board diversity known for her direct approach and extensive experience in finance and as a non-executive director, Chair and trained mediator.
Karin Walker has practised exclusively in the area of family law since 1988. With her wealth of experience, she is dedicated to bringing value to clients as they move their lives into the future, while reducing cost and acrimony.
Author of The Family Business Teeter Totter, Marks engaging style will explain his thoughts on why so many family businesses fail as they transition inter-generationally? You gain useful tools to help you understand why communication and relationship are THE key contributors to the success or failure of your family business as it strives to thrive!