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March 25th, 2020

We are all having to adapt rapidly to many challenges during this difficult time. I have to admit that I have been struggling to come to terms with what is happening and the impact on all our lives. I am also worrying about family and friends who… Read more »

Top 10 Tips for Having Difficult Conversations at Work – by Dionne Dury

October 31st, 2019

It is par for the course as a manager that you will face having difficult conversations with staff from time to time. Such conversations might include tackling personal sensitive issues, providing developmental feedback, raising performance issues, disciplining staff or telling an employee that they are at risk… Read more »

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Conflict Coaching – Shareholder/Director dispute

Agreement could not be reached to enter into mediation in this situation and therefore coaching was an alternative support provided to one of the parties. The relationship between a majority shareholder and a shareholder/director was causing conflict. The relationship would be ok at times but disagreements would flare up from time to time and this was beginning to impact on the business.

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Conflict Coaching – Government Body

This case involved post conflict support. The employee concerned had been struggling to manage a conflict situation that had arisen within his team. He did not feel that he was getting support from his manager, felt that he was the "fall guy" for delays in a particular project and relationships were breaking down. The employee had been moved to a different team with a new line manager who was more supportive and was working on different projects. However there was still an adverse impact on the employees health, well-being and confidence.

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