Online Mediation is a form of conflict resolution and a way to resolve disputes in an online setting and outside the courts or physical mediation room. When parties in conflict are unwilling or unable to resolve a dispute, online mediation is a good option. During online mediation, the disputing parties meet with a neutral third-party (mediator) in an online setting to help them resolve their conflict.
Online Facilitation is the process of designing and running an effective and successful online meeting. It involves a professional facilitator employing techniques to improve the flow of information between multiple parties within a group in order to reach a pre-determined objective. Objectives may include group decision-making, solving a problem, exchanging ideas and information, or restoring relationships, to name a few.
Groups using consensus decision-making require a trained agreement-making facilitator. Agreement-Making Facilitators can help guide your group through the collaborative process toward achieving group success.
Tackling today’s complex problems is a monumental challenge and often requires addressing a multitude of related problems, which makes it even more difficult. Problem-Solving Facilitators can help your team navigate the collaborative problem-solving process and discover the best possible solution.
Restorative Conferences provide opportunities for individuals harmed by a wrongdoing to share their feelings with the offender, resolve problems and restore relationships. Guided by a Restorative Conference Facilitator, victims play an active role in addressing the wrongdoing committed by the offender in order to make things right.
To stay competitive in today’s rapidly changing global economy, teams must work productively and effectively communicate, which requires building common ground and understanding. Team-Building Facilitators can leverage team members' strengths to create strong and effective teams.
Online Coaching is the process of supporting a learner or client (the coachee) in achieving a specific personal or professional goal or objective. It involves a professional coach providing online training and guidance in a variety of conflict resolution subjects, ranging from personal and interpersonal conflict resolution, and communication and emotional intelligence, to name a few.
Communication often creates conflict and is the vehicle for the productive management of conflict. Without good communication, there is no negotiation or collaborative problem solving. Communication coaches can help you learn the basics of good communication so you are able to productively manage and resolve conflict.
The individual needing help engaging in, managing or productively resolving conflict with another often look to conflict coaches for help. A trained conflict coach will work with the individual to determine what will best enable him or her to manage a specific dispute with another individual or conflict in general.
The individual needing help engaging in, managing or productively resolving a personal conflict look to conflict coaches for help. A trained conflict coach will work with the individual to determine what will best enable him or her to meet a stated objective, or manage a specific personal conflict or conflict in general.
Conflicts trigger strong emotions. However, effectively resolving conflict requires you manage your emotions, and managing your emotions requires you possess emotional intelligence. Emotional Intelligence (EQ) coaches work with individuals to increase their EQ, so they are able to effectively manage and resolve conflict.
It is normal for couples to experience conflict from time to time. While not inherently negative, conflict can become detrimental to relationships if not managed properly. Marital Coaches work one-on-one with the individual to manage a specific marital conflict or conflict in general, and is an effective way of improving relationships.
Mindfulness is paying attention, on purpose, to whatever is going on in the present moment, without passing judgment on it. It is a useful skill to have in preventing, managing, and resolving conflict and helps you be more open, compassionate, and self-aware. Mindfulness Coaches work one-on-one with the individual to improve his or her mindfulness.
People negotiate all the time. Whether in your personal, social or business life, knowing how to negotiate is an essential, everyday skill. Having the ability to peacefully and effectively resolve conflict requires negotiation skills. Negotiation Coaches work with individuals to manage a specific negotiation or negotiation in general.
Stress is your body’s way of responding to conflict, demand or threat, and can be acute, episodic or chronic. Stress may arise from triggers such as personal or interpersonal conflict, traumatic experiences, or physical and mental depletion. Stress Management coaches work one-on-one with individuals to reduce and respond appropriately to stressors.