Nina Harding was named Australian Mediator of the Year 2022 at the recent Australasian Law Awards. Nina has over 25 years experience in resolving business and public interest disputes. Nina is a law graduate and has a Master of Laws. She has mediated over 2,500 disputes. Nina is a nationally accredited Mediator and a recognised expert in the area of dispute resolution. In addition to mediating disputes, Nina facilitates large meetings and also teaches Mediation, Dispute Resolution and Complaint Handling workshops. She regularly speaks at conferences and has taught thousands of people how to negotiate more effectively and resolve conflict. Nina Harding has lectured at numerous universities in Australia and overseas.
Facilitation – Effective and well run meetings so that you focus on the discussion and achieving outcomes. Analysis – Design and review of dispute systems. Strategic Planning – Engaging, fast moving and effective strategic planning. Community Engagement – Engage with your local community and avoid conflict. Advice – Advice about managing and resolving conflict.
Nina Harding has worked as a mediator / facilitator for over twenty five years. Nina is a Law graduate and has completed a Master of Laws. She is a Harvard Law School trained mediator and has mediated over two thousand disputes in a variety of areas.
Nina Harding has designed and taught hundreds of training workshops in Australia and the Asia Pacific region. Nina has conducted in-house training for ATSIC, NSW Premier’s Department, The Commonwealth Bank of Australia, AGL, Optus, The Insurance and Savings Ombudsman NZ, The Energy and Water Ombudsman NSW, The Financial Ombudsman Service, Aboriginal Land Councils, KPMG, US Aid and United International Pictures.