March 26, 2024 9:00 am - 4:30 pm

Join us on March 26, 2024 9:00 am – 4:30 pm for a Virtual SCARF Workshop

Revisiting the SCARF Model – Follow-up Extended Learning

What is the SCARF Model and how does it relate to conflict resolution and wellness in our lives?

The feedback from the November 2 & 3, 2023, CRSI conference was overwhelmingly and emphatically positive. People said, “Give us more!” So, we are hosting another SCARF event!

While we will be building on the learning from the November event, attendance at that workshop is not mandatory for attendance at this one. All are welcome!

The morning will introduce SCARF in novel ways for people new to the model and to consolidate the learning for participants of the original event. The afternoon will explore the potential of the SCARF model in workplaces, mediation rooms, and communities, introducing a range of discursive strategies to “build bridges across diverse communities”!

Take home this powerful model of rewards and threats for the social brain.


Sherry Van Hesteren

CRSI is excited to bring back facilitator Sherry Van Hesteren who participated in our SCARF Conference in November 2023. Sherry is an educational consultant based in Saskatoon. In her 25-year career, she has been a teacher, educational consultant, instructional coach, learning coordinator, professional developer, and facilitator, program evaluator and researcher. She currently incorporates the SCARF model into her doctoral research. No one “has the room” like Sherry!


Tim Nickel

Tim Nickel is a private mediator, organizational consultant, facilitator, and trainer based out of Saskatoon. As a mediator, Tim helps resolve all kinds of disputes including Civil Litigation, High Conflict families, Workplace Disputes, Collective Bargaining Agreements and Labour Negotiations, and has worked as a mediator or facilitator for a wide range of clients in private, non-profit, public service, and First Nations organizations. His expertise spans from workgroups and high-performance teams to construction contracts to multi-stage multi-stakeholder collaborative processes. As an Organizational Consultant, Tim facilitates strategic thinking, conducts workplace assessments with coaches, managers, and employees, and advises on organizational change initiatives. Throughout his career, he has trained thousands of people in mediation and conflict resolution.

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