Informal processes such as mediation, negotiation, consultation, and training that effectively resolve disputes and conflicts in the workplace, communities and in family matters.
Training and Consultation:
Businesses benefit from offering staff development opportunities in our effective communications, valuing differences and conflict preventive training. The introduction to mediation training exposes staff to the process and benefits of this alternative dispute resolution method.
In mediation, individuals in dispute voluntarily meet with a mediator. A mediator is a neutral third party person who manages the process and assists the disputants take an active role in resolving their conflict. Each side is given an opportunity to explore facts, examine feelings, and discuss possible solutions. During the process, negotiations of possible outcomes and resolutions may occur. Mediation benefits all parties involved.
The basic principles of Mediation are:
Private and Confidential
Efficient Use of Resources
Creative Problem Solving
Parties Maintain Control of Outcome
Builds Long-Term Relationships
Less Costly Than Litigation
Reach Resolution Faster
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Juris Doctor Irving, Texas 75017-7094
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