The Case For Conflict Coaching

  • November 2018
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To follow is a case, which had it been referred to us earlier, may well have had a different outcome. C is a team leader and M a young man who joined her team. At first, they got on fine and then one day she spoke to him generally about a work matter and he

Don’t Fear Mediation

  • November 2018
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At Talk To Me Mediation we often come across parties who are afraid to go to mediation. It may be that there is uncertainty what mediation is or how it works, it may be that one party fears the other party. Whatever the reason, for mediation to succeed both parties must agree to take part

Resolving Contractual Disputes

  • November 2018
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Breach of contract is where you or a customer does not do what you agreed to do as set out in your contract. You might not deliver the right goods or provide a service on time, or a customer might not pay you. There are legal remedies for breach of contract. The consumer may be

The Benefits of Conflict Coaching

  • November 2018
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In today’s blog I will explain about some of the benefits of conflict coaching. So, you are at the stage in a dispute where it’s deadlock. It may be that you or members of staff are at the no talking stage. What can you do? If two parties or more want a mutually acceptable agreement,

Tackling Conflict Within Your Business

  • October 2018
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Have you noticed that all is not right with your staff? Has a little bird told you that two of them have fallen out? Is the atmosphere tense and upsetting other staff members? If this seems familiar you have a conflict situation in your midst that needs to be resolved quickly for the welfare of

Don’t Just Shake On It

  • September 2018
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Talk To Me Mediation is often asked to mediate cases where two parties i.e. seller and purchaser dispute what has been contractually agreed. When the terms and conditions of a contract are clearly laid down, if there has been a breach, mediation is an efficient, cost-effective process of problem solving where the disputing parties work

Keeping The Right Side Of The Law

  • August 2018
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Talk To Me Mediation often assists businesses that are in dispute over contracts for the supply of goods and services to customers. The company will always assist businesses to resolve disputes but is also keen to help prevent disputes from happening in the first place. In a series of blogs trading laws that businesses should

Mediation Awareness Week 6th October – 12th October 2018

  • August 2018
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Mediation Awareness Week 6th October-12th October 2018 aims to: Explain how mediation is used to resolve disputes and conflict of all kinds. Demonstrate how mediation provides a quicker, cheaper and more effective alternative to litigation. Shows how the use of mediation benefits businesses, communities and individuals. Events will be happening across the UK. For more information

Common Questions About Mediation

  • August 2018
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  What is mediation? Mediation is an informal and flexible process of dispute resolution in which a third party (the mediator) meets with the parties in dispute, separately and in joint sessions, to identify a mutually acceptable and appropriate resolution. Mediation is a voluntary, non-binding, confidential process which addresses the underlying causes of conflict or

It’s Stalemate!

  • July 2018
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Small business disputes with customers, suppliers, associates and employees can have an adverse effect on a business. They can be unpleasant, time consuming and costly to resolve through legal means. If they remain unresolved the credibility of the business, profits and development can all be affected. Mediation is a quick, low cost and confidential way