Mediation Month Capitol Family – Mediation Folkestone

What exactly is mediation?

The use of Mediation Folkestone as a method for amicably resolving conflicts is a productive technique to do so. It requires the participation of a neutral third party, typically one or two trained mediators, who assist both parties in reaching a compromise. The participation in the mediation process is purely optional, and it may only take place if both parties are in agreement to do so. Everything that is said and agreed upon during the Mediation Folkestone is kept in strict confidence and is not disclosed to any other party. The mediator is not allowed to pass judgement, take sides, or offer counsel to either party. They encourage both parties to discuss the issues at hand and come to an agreement on how to go forward.

What exactly are we going to do?

We are dedicated to enhancing the quality of mediation across the Capitol Family Mediation, and in order to accomplish this, we are concentrating on two essential aspects: enhancing the mediation services we provide by raising awareness, and providing additional training and development opportunities for our mediators.

It is essential for mediators to have a solid grasp of how to run truly inclusive Mediation Folkestone sessions. If you are interested in learning how to improve your skills as a mediator, we have a number of educational seminars planned for you throughout the month, including one that will provide you with a wealth of information regarding neurodiversity. If you’re not already aware, this is a catch-all word that refers to the variances in people’s capabilities and behaviours that are dependent on their neurological profile. If you’re not already aware of this, you should be. It is most commonly associated with dyslexia, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and autism, and it is a topic that is gaining increasing interest among mediators as we strive to learn more about how a lack of knowledge of neurodiversity can not only result to conflict but also have an impact on the mediation process itself.

I am also pleased to announce that we have formed a partnership with the Capitol Family Mediation Mental Health Conference in order to provide our mediators with access to a variety of informative sessions. These sessions will not only enhance our mediators’ understanding of mental health conditions in others, but they will also provide them with information regarding how to maintain their own wellbeing while working in a field that is emotionally taxing.

The ways in which we have adjusted to COVID-19

We have been forced to change in order to keep up with the times since we are unable to hold in-person meetings, which are an essential component of mediation. The Capitol Family Mediation Folkestone Service has demonstrated that they are more than capable of doing this, and as a result of their dedication and flexibility, they have been able to swiftly integrate new ways of working throughout the organisation. They produced guidelines for virtual mediation and organised online training sessions in order to share their results in preparation for these models being the primary option in the foreseeable future. Even though the next few weeks and months will provide us all with problems, I’m happy to announce that Capitol Family Mediation will be prepared to meet those issues head on and will be able to help our people via effective mediation, even if it takes place online.

Who you should talk to if you want assistance

There are a number of presentations taking place throughout the month in departments that are being led by your own mediators. If you are interested in mediation as a manager, senior leader, or as someone who finds themselves in a difficult work relationship, I encourage you to attend any of these presentations that take place.

Please get in touch with the Mediation Folkestone single point of contact at your organisation or the Capitol Family Mediation Service if you would like more information about how mediation might be able to assist you.

If you would like to schedule an appointment, please phone the following number: 0208 719 0001

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