What we do
Our first step is to assess the situation and inform you of your options prior to a recommendation. Critical in the selection of the most appropriate intervention is the evaluation of relevant policy and legislative requirements.
In the context of policy and legislative framework we will guide you in the selection of informal or formal interventions. These options may include a facilitated discussion, mediation, conflict coaching, team assessment, workplace investigation.
Post intervention we will provide you with practical guidance on how to support your people to resume effective working relationships.
How we do it
We work in partnership with you to ensure that natural justice is observed and that practical and cost effective solutions are implemented.
We will partner with you to select the most appropriate consultant with the right skill set to work with you. That may include legal, psychological, forensic or IR experts.
Project planning, transparency, pragmatism, neutrality and respect for all participants in the process of our key guiding principles.
Who does it
Our people are skilled and experienced practitioners who have worked in the public and private sector, blue and white collar environments. They have backgrounds in law, psychology and HR and have worked extensively in the conflict management space.
Selecting the right practitioner for the intervention is critical to the success of the outcome and the experience of all participants in the process.
We offer customised solutions and to achieve this we ensure that your consultant, their methodology and style is best suited to the participants to the process and their circumstances.
Why we exist
Modern workplaces are increasingly faced with risk arising from conflict, disputes and team dysfunction, workers compensation claims and even litigation.
The costs both financial and emotional associated with unmanaged conflict are on the increase.
We exist to help your organisation manage those risks, reduce costs and re-engage your people.