Posts Tagged ‘managing conflict’

Conflict Resolutions for 2019 by Alison Love

January 3rd, 2019

Conflict Resolutions 2019 by Alison Love I don’t really do New Year Resolutions and generally don’t like lists so I thought a list of resolutions would be an excellent idea! A resolution is defined as a “firm decision to do or not to do something”. Here is… Read more »

Mindfulness and Mediation Part 1

October 21st, 2015

I have been becoming increasingly interested in mindfulness recently. This comes from a number of sources. Firstly, it is difficult to pick up a newspaper or read any HR press without there being some reference to it’s positive impact on employees and the number of books and… Read more »

Neutral Assessment: another conflict resolution option

July 24th, 2014

Neutral Assessment is a valuable and effective alternative in certain conflict situations; combining some of the advantages of an investigation and a mediation. Neutral Assessment is particularly useful where there are complex HR issues that need to be explored, for example where there are large group conflicts… 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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