Posts Tagged ‘Leadership’

Reflections on the Causes and Approaches to Workplace Conflict.

October 5th, 2016

  Over a year ago I did some analysis of the mediation and conflict resolution work that I have been involved in for a number of years. Sine then it has been a busy time with much change. In April I acquired and existing mediation services business… Read more »

Choices for work and life; how employers are facing the challenges

April 10th, 2013

In association with Insight and Quantum I facilitated two breakfast round table events  with employers to discuss the challenges faced by the changing demographics of the workforce, how these are impacting and what action employers are taking. We have captured their thoughts and experiences below.

The Importance of Being Clueless

April 4th, 2013

This is one of the eight habits in Sahar Hashemi’s book, Switched On (1). I had the privilege to hear Sahar speak recently at a LMW event. Sahar told her personal story of how she and her brother created and built Cafe Republic and identified some of the lessons and insights that… Read more »

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Group Conflict – Conflicts between teams

It is not uncommon for conflict to arise between different teams. This can have considerable impact on both individuals and performance. A number of approaches can be used in this sort of scenario, including neutral assessment, team facilitation and group mediation.

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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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