Pax People has a proven track record of restoring productive and healthy working relationships quickly and effectively to minimise risk to your business.
Mediation and Conflict Coaching are confidential and voluntary processes that are aimed at resolving conflict quickly and effectively.
Negative workplace conflict can escalate quickly and result in disruption and risk for any business. Unresolved workplace conflict often leads to expensive and damaging legal disputes which can have a lasting negative impact.
Our solutions are tailored to suit your specific needs. Unlike other providers, we typically use a combination of Mediation and Conflict Coaching to ensure a sustainable resolution to the issues being addressed. Used in combination or separately, Mediation and Conflict Coaching provide a workplace with a fast, affordable resolution to conflict which court or other legal processes do not.
While very effective at resolving conflict in most circumstances, there are times when Mediation is not the most suitable option to address and resolve the issues. In circumstances where Mediation is not the best option, Pax People can work with you to determine and support an alternative approach to resolving the issues and managing risk to your organisation including through the use of alternative processes such as facilitated conversations, individual coaching and/or performance improvement processes.
Pax People are Nationally Accredited Mediators (NMAS), certifies Conflict Management Coaches, and former Human Resources senior executives with extensive corporate workplace experience. As licensed Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners, Pax People are highly qualified to deal in matters involving heightened emotions and potential serious risk to the safety and well being of parties.
Our Mediation and Conflict Coaching solutions can help you resolve matters including, but not limited to:
- Unsubstantiated complaints of bullying, harassment and discrimination
- Communication breakdown
- Leadership and work style differences
- Interpersonal conflict
- Business disputes between organisations
- Conflict about employment terms and conditions
- Changing work conditions or locations
- Lack of clarity or understanding of workplace role requirements