Sometimes relationships don’t work so well at work. According to ACAS this can be one of the biggest causes of stress and can lead to absence and people leaving. Getting people talking is essential and having a non judgmental, impartial person in the room can facilitate the conversation.
I work with clients to find agreement on how to move forward in a constructive way. Both parties get to give their side of the situation, without interruption and with the respect of the other. This encourages people to see another perspective and move out of a sometimes entrenched set of views. Outcomes are agreed (sometimes this can take time) and a plan for next steps formulated. This process is voluntary and the fact that they are in the room together is often a good sign for positive outcomes.
If you’d like to know more about how I work with people experiencing challenging relationships / disagreements, get in touch firstname.lastname@example.org