Mediation is now a well recognised way of resolving conflict 

Mediation Benefits

  • It brings parties together - as soon as possible
  • It encourages the parties to take reponsibility to find and agree their own solutions
  • It substantially reduces the real and hidden costs of disputes

More Benefits

  • It resolves most disputes quickly and effectively
  • It rebuilds working relationships
  • it helps organisations to retain valuable staff
  • It reduces stress and sickness absence

What is Mediation?

Mediation is a confidential, voluntary and informal way of of resolving disputes using an independent third party to assist the parties to examine the causes behind their conflict and find a joint resolution

Watch a live mediation


Sarah Crayford Brown demonstrates what might happen in a workplace mediation with the help of professional actors.


Why mediate? 


  • Mediation works - In over 90% of our cases the issues are resolved fully or there is partial resolution. 
  • Timely - The majority of our 2 party mediations are resolved in a single working day and within a few days or weeks of the initial call to us. 
  • We are cost effective - We reduce or eliminates the hidden and real costs of unresolved conflict including: lost productivity; managers and staff time spent on formal grievance and disciplinary procedures; sickness absence and Employment Tribunals and their associated costs

Interested in qualifying as a Workplace Mediator?

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Next Training Dates

6 day programme at Whitley Near Bath 

6th/7th/8th & 13th/14th/15th November 2018

2 day programme at Whitley Near Bath 

6th and 7th November 2018

Don't just take our word for it....

'10 out of 10! Thank you both for a really thought provoking and energising course.  It was great to learn from you and meet like-minded folk.'  Louise Carver - Mediation Training Programme Delegate 

Awarding Body 


"The delivery and the assessment of the course  were exemplary.”


Recent feedback from latest OCN London - 

Quality Engagement Report October 2017







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