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Conflict Resolution for Business

Conflict hurts business. It hurts in business performance and profitability, and also in increased stress levels and low morale in the workplace. Business Conflict Solutions can help.   

  

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The beneficial effects of a harmonious organisation where people's energy, motivation and drive is aligned with the organisation's goals has enormous benefits.

Benefits of Business Conflict Solutions

Benefits include :

  • A one-stop business confict resolution service, covering
  • Resolution of one-off conflicts/disputes
  • Resolution of endemic/long-standing conflicts within the business
  • Early identification and pre-emptive prevention of potential conflict
  • Promotion of a 'harmony culture' and mediation skills within the organisation
  • Increased productivity, innovation, commitment and business performance
  • Improved performance by individuals and teams - conflict is wasteful of time and energy
  • Reduced absenteeism
  • Improved morale


How can conflict be resolved ?

There is general recognition that mediation is helpful in formal conflicts, which may potentially end up in court. The different  types of traditional mediation are

  • Family mediation e.g. children issues in divorce and separation
  • Commercial mediation e.g. disputes over contracts between companies
  • Civil mediation e.g. neighbour disputes
  • Workplace mediation e.g.  disciplinary issues

Clearly, all of these can have impact on business performance to as greater or lesser extent; indeed, as accredited Commercial mediators, we offer such mediation as part of our service. However, there are also broader conflict issues in Business, which are different in some very important respects :

  • They may not be related to 'formal' issues; if unaddressed, conflicts within businesses can have harmful effects on the people and the business, but they would generally not end up in court.
  •  They encompass both explicit conflict and conflict 'below the surface'. 
  • There are often conflicts involving key individuals in the business e.g conflicts in the board room, between teams, or conflicts caused by an organisational 'culture'
  • There is a need to focus on 'preventative' as well as 'curative' action e.g. minimising the adverse effects of structural/process changes
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