Our qualified mediators facilitate resolutions for workplace conflicts
Adults SHOULD be able to resolve issues. But sometimes they DON'T. Mediation mends relationships, builds interpersonal skill, and returns the focus to performance.
Unresolved issues in the workplace come at a significant cost – much of which occurs ‘beneath the line’. In addition to the most obvious impact on the performance and morale of the parties to the conflict or issue, there are spill over costs and impacts.
Other members of the team find it harder to produce their best and the workplace becomes less enjoyable. The manager’s time is diverted from productive leadership tasks and absorbed by dealing with the problem. If the issue drags on, the highest performers look for other opportunities – and replacing them is harder because of the reputational damage to the team.
Accreditation – Aust. Mediation Association
Our mediation team is a proud member of the Australian Mediation Association and takes pride in our ongoing commitment to professional development.
Our mediation team is NMAS accredited.
Often issues are allowed to drag on because the real cost isn't obvious
Don’t die the death of a thousand cuts. Our advice is simple. Act early. Don’t let it become entrenched.
Our Mediators specialise in resolving workplace issues, conflicts and disagreements.
Whether you are dealing with a new issue or a conflict with a long history, we have established, research based processes and strategies that maximise the potential for positive outcomes.
Mediation can develop people whilst resolving issues.
We take a coaching approach rather than a clinical process approach.
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Services & Solutions Brochure
Our Services & Solutions brochure is packed with information to share with your team, or to retain as a useful HR resource. It outlines why your workplace culture is critical, what Authenticity is, how to tell if your organisation is Authentic and how your organisation can become more Authentic.
Book a free 15-minute call with Simon to chat about mediation options.