Intellectual Psychological Spiritual
Traditionally, much conflict resolution has been legally-based.
Mindful Mediation’s unique integrated approach to workplace conflict resolution combines legal, evidence-based psychological, and spiritually-based techniques.
Legal – ensuring our processes and resolutions are fair, just and equitable
Psychological – ensuring we use scientifically proven methods to work with individuals (our approaches are evidence-based, systemic and methodical)
Spiritual – ensuring each conflict is viewed from an interconnected perspective (how it affects other areas of the individual’s lives, how it affects others around them)
We focus on learning and skill building to enhance workplace conflict resolution skills so that future workplace conflict is resolved, managed and prevented.
Our unique approach results in improved understanding of self and others, behavioural change and more harmonious workplaces.
Every time we resolve conflict peacefully we take a step toward more peaceful relationships, communities, countries and a more peaceful world.
Our resolutions are fast, effective and durable. We assist individuals and teams to resolve workplace conflicts and get on with their jobs.
Every peaceful feeling, thought, word, and action is a step closer toward world peace.
â€śPeace is not just the mere absence of violence or disturbance. Itâ€™s when there is a possibility of conflict, but you deliberately avoid violence and adopt methods to solve the problem through peaceful means. That is real peace.â€ťÂ Dalai Lama
We wholeheartedly believe in what we do and always commit ourselves completely to each client and task.
Our purpose is to unite people in mutual respect and understanding. We do this by creating space for individuals and groups to reflect on, and explore their own and othersâ€™ values, needs, and motivations. We help people set realistic goals for the resolution of the dispute, and then develop a plan to achieve their goals.
We empower people to take control of the situation and be the best they can be, by seeing the options available to them. Often in conflict people feel like they have lost control and have no options. Our responsibility is to help clients access their personal power, and see things from a different perspective, so they can make the most of opportunities.
We help people peel back the layers of inhibiting emotions that often appear during times of conflict â€“ fear, anger, resentment. Recognising the power of these emotions is important. We encourage clients to mindfully create positive emotions that broaden thinking, build relationships, create new beginnings and encourage innovative solutions.
We believe that everyone does the best they can with the resources they see available to them. By helping clients to expand their resources they flourish. Our particular focus is on assisting people to further develop wisdom and compassion.
We take our peacemaking role seriously. Every bit of peace in the world sends out positive energy and this in turn creates more positive energy and peace in the world – like a drop of water becoming a stream, a river and an ocean.