BIOGRAPHY: Judith Flowers, NSW, Newcastle
Judith is an experienced Public Sector Manager,Financial Professional and International
Development Specialist, and has worked in professional and advisory roles in Australia and
internationally. As an Accredited Mediator and CPA, Judith brings a wealth of knowledge, experience and understanding of a diverse range of workplace, business and personal issues and challenges to her role as a Mediator.
In a Commonwealth public sector career of more than 25 years, Judith’s experience as a Public Sector Manager provides a sound basis for solution focused Workplace Mediation across a broad range of organizational and business contexts. Her work in a client-focused regulatory environment has enabled Judith to develop an understanding of the business and workplace management issues that impact on a wide range of industries and workplaces, including the government, service delivery and not-for-profit sectors.
Judith is committed to an ethical and non-judgmental approach to helping people in the workplace find solutions to conflict through a confidential mediation process. As a professional with wide-ranging workplace management and personal experience, Judith brings a mature and thoughtful approach to working through workplace conflict and helping individuals look to the future to find sustainable solutions to their disputes.
Judith believes that assisting individuals in dispute to determine their own outcomes through mediation provides the best opportunity for productive workplace relationships to be “re-set” – for the benefit of the business and for individuals.
QUALIFICATIONS AND ACCREDITATION
- Bachelor of Commerce
- Graduate Diploma of International &
- Accredited Mediator NMAS
CPA – CPA Australia
Based in Newcastle, Judith is happy to
travel regionally, remotely and nationally
to provide Mediation services.
Judith has a particular interest in developing the capacity of organizations and individuals to effectively manage resources to improve service delivery, community and human development outcomes, particularly in developing countries. Her experience as an International Development Specialist and Adviser to government agencies in the Pacific region has reinforced the importance of inter-personal relationships and communication based on trust and respect, and collaborative approaches to capacity building and transformative change management.