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Please note we will send the recording and slides 1-2 days after you register.
Conflicts and disputes are stressful events, and the success of your not-for-profit organisation can depend on how effectively you manage them.
In this FREE webinar, you’ll learn what the law requires you to do when a conflict or complaint arises between members or committee members of your not-for-profit. Importantly, we’ll also arm you with practical tips on how to both avoid and manage disputes if they do arise.
- Common disputes involving members or board / committee members of not-for-profit community organisations
- Following the dispute resolution or grievance procedure in your organisation’s rules or constitution
- When a member can be disciplined, and how to go about this
- What to do if there is a dispute within the committee of management
- Seeking assistance to deal with conflict or a dispute
- Tips on how to avoid and manage disputes
You’ll also get:
- A copy of webinar recording (available for 30 days)
- Information on further resources and support
If you're having trouble registering please get in touch at email@example.com
Here's what past participants said about our webinars
“Very practical guidance and lots of access to resources and links etc to help in the future!”
“Webinars make it a lot more convenient and I would definitely recommend others to attend your webinars.”
“Really clear, concise and accessible information. Thank you!”
If you have any questions or you're having trouble registering please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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