Mediation is a process provided by an impartial mediator to assist parties to resolve their dispute and to reach a voluntary agreement of the issues. The mediator has no authority to impose a settlement, and parties can terminate the process at any time. Parties remain in control of the process and the outcome. Mediation is generally confidential and is “without prejudice”. Parties are free to consult with lawyers before and during the mediation process and are encouraged to seek independent legal advice before finalizing an agreement.
Types of Mediation Available:
Workplace intervention assists those in the workplace to deal more effectively and confidently with interpersonal and work related disputes.
Conflict Management Coaching is one-on-one support helping others to better manage their interpersonal disputes, explore options around current conflicts, and consider strategies to prevent unnecessary conflicts in the future.
ADR Systems Design aims to develop custom tailored dispute resolution systems that support appropriate and cost effective dispute resolution processes and structures for organizations.
Group facilitation is a collaborative process in which an impartial facilitator oversees multi-party/stakeholder discussions around visioning, problem solving, strategic planning and decision-making. The facilitator does not express opinions and has no authority to make decisions but assists others in reaching consensus.
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