Consulting Services for Anger and Conflict Resolution:
The Anger Management consultant’s primary role is to assist your organization in dealing with issues needing to be resolved on the team or with staff which have caused disputes, conflict and anger. While our expert, Steve Yeschek, LCSW, CAMS-IV, consults with your organization or team — he will provide education, be a catalyst for deeper change, a resource, and a facilitator to assist your leadership in the process of change. Education will include how to manage stress and anger in the workplace, deal with difficult people, and instruction on conflict management, problem-solving and negotiation. Contact Steve about your needs and questions at: 708-732-3527.
Mediation Services: is a procedure in which the parties discuss their disputes with the assistance of a trained impartial third person(s) who assists them in reaching a settlement. Our director, Steve Yeschek, is experienced in conflict resolution and mediation having worked with leaders, families and couples for over 35 years. Mediation is offered to companies, managers, organizations, couples and families. Contact Steve at: 708-732-3527.
There are 6 steps to a formal mediation:
1) introductory remarks,
2) statement of the problem by the parties,
3) information gathering time,
4) identification of the problems,
5) bargaining and generating options, and
6) reaching an agreement.
Mediation is a process by which a neutral third party called a Mediator hears a dispute between two or more parties and attempts to help the parties settle their dispute without judging the merits of the case. The term “mediation” is often confused with the term “arbitration.”
Read more about the Anger Management Institute consulting, coaching, training and mediation services.
Do you need legal counsel to settle a dispute? Typically, most mediation situations do not require the parties to obtain their own legal counsel. However, there are certain situations, when it is a good idea to seek a mediation lawyer–a lawyer who understands your legal issue and is familiar with the mediation process–to advise you regarding your mediation.