Conflict Resolution Coaching
Conflict Resolution Coaching is a one-to-one consultation process designed to assess and develop an individual’s communication skills and conflict management strategies; getting to the root of the matter to provide healing and facilitate restoration.
In Conflict Coaching, you can:
- Learn more about your communication and conflict management styles
- Develop new options and a strategy for managing your existing conflict
- Gain confidence in your own abilities to manage and resolve the conflict knowing that you have someone to support your through the experience
Perhaps you are a parent whose house is in turmoil because of your teenage daughter or son. Maybe you are a spouse looking for an alternative to divorce, or a boss looking for ways to improve office moral. Learning how to communicate effectively and use the correct tools to help you navigate a dispute is the first step.
Coaching Options include:
- 4-weeks Basic “GET UNSTUCK” Coaching Package
- 6-months TRANSFORMER Package
- 6-weeks – STEP IT UP (Learn 6-Steps that will help you manage conflict with confidence)
- 6-months – GET CLEAR (participants will also receive one-to-one coaching) – COMING SOON!!
Mediation is a voluntary process that uses a trained neutral third party (the mediator) who helps the participants to navigate through their dispute, in order to reach a mutually agreeable solution.
- A facilitated process to resolution
- A positive form of alternative dispute resolution
- Both confidential, and cost-effective
- Empowering, and allows the parties to reach their own outcome
People are increasingly selecting mediation as the arena in which to settle disputes. In family matters, for instance, courts are using mediation as an alternative to the court room to help families resolve problems.
How Long is the Mediation Process?
You should plan to spend 2-hours in a mediation session. The duration (number of sessions) however, will depend on both parties and their willingness to focus on the problem, not the person(s).
Who is the Mediator?
Eudine, The Conflict Mediator:
- Does not take sides – and is there to guide the mediation process
- Controls the process of mediation only by yielding control of the content to the clients
- Does not accept any one person’s unilateral definition of the problem
- Helps the parties develop options to solve their problem
Mediation will empower you to resolve your conflict and come to a mutually agreeable solution, guided by a trained facilitator called a mediator. The process of mediation is much quicker than if you went to court, more cost-effective than if you hired an attorney, and your sessions are always private and confidential.
Can we talk?
Are you a parent, a teacher, a student, a spouse, or a boss? Not sure what you need, but you know you need help? Perhaps you may have additional questions about coaching or mediation – call 813-868-7697 and schedule a FREE Discovery Session. Or Click Here and schedule your appointment online. (If you are calling from outside of the U.S.A. and have Skype, you can reach me on Eudine.Herbert)
My Recommended Reading List:
- The Eight Essential Steps to Conflict Resolution by Dudley Weeks
- Divorce Mediation Handbook: Everything You Need to Know by Paula James
- Students Resolving Conflict: Peer Mediation in Schools by Jessica Cohen and Keith Richards
- The Conflict Resolution Toolbox by Gary T. Furlong