Using “Collaborative Mediation” ™
Janet Miller Wiseman of The Negotiation Collaborative and her Associates use her “7 Visual Steps to Highly Effective Negotiation and Decision Making” ™ to assist businesses and organizational groups develop their vision and strategic business plan for their futures, as well as in assisting them resolve differences, conflicts and disputes.
We help you get back onto the same collaborative track that you started on when you developed the business, or we help you start off well in the creation of your business vision and plan from its start.
- Creating, refining or recreating your business vision, plan and strategies
- Sharing core wants, bottom-line needs and what really, really matters to all partners
- Navigating the differences in how team members see the plan
- Brainstorming and generating creative options for incorporating all participants needs and visions
- Resolving differences, conflicts and disputes
- Reaching “mutual agreement” which may be drafted into a company contract
Mediation Negotiation & Decision Making
The length of the mediation can be several hours, half day, a day, a marathon retreat or on-going consultation. Fees are determined with the business or organization. One or more members of the Negotiation Collaborative consultants will meet with your business or organization.
Who uses business and organizational mediation and negotiation?
- Small, large and family businesses
- Business partners
- Clergy members
- Hospitals, rehabilitation centers and EAPs
- Special needs and residential organizations
- Police and fire departments
- Schools and universities – private and public
- International work teams and organizations
- Inner city to suburban school exchange programs peer mediation organizations
- You, your small/family business, business or organization.
Janet Miller Wiseman, principal and owner, who works with several Certified Divorce and Financial Analysts, is an original co-founder of The Negotiation Collaborative in 1979 and the co-founder of the Mass Council on Family Mediation in 1982, an organization which provides high-level, bi-monthly continuing education to its members. Janet is a two-year past President of MCFM, the designee of the John Adams Fiske Award for Excellence in Mediation in 1982, and the original Director of Public Relations. Janet has thirty-nine years of experience in suggesting and co-crafting cost-effective, thoroughly researched, genuinely creative alternatives for settlement, not simply legalistic formulas.