Frequently Asked Questions
Conflict coaching is a one-on-one experience designed to coach individuals to handle
conflicts on their own and turn them into growth opportunities.
Conflict coaching helps individuals improve their knowledge and abilities to address
interpersonal conflicts in a solution-oriented manner. It supports an individual in
addressing the conflict at an early stage and prevent an unnecessary escalation of a
Mediation is a negotiation facilitated by a neutral third party. Confidentiality, Party
Autonomy, Neutrality and Impartiality are the cornerstones of this process. Mediation is
known as Madhyastati in Hindi.
A mediator is a facilitator. A mediator facilitates and improves communication between
the two disputing parties while being neutral and impartial. A mediator only guides in the
process of mediation.
Mediation has many benefits. Mediation helps in resolving a dispute amicably while
maintaining confidentiality. Mediation is a voluntary and flexible process. While
mediating, the parties to a dispute have the power of choice to decide how to take the
negotiations further or how to collaborate to resolve the dispute.
In quite a few areas of law, it is mandatory for a person to first attempt mediation before
going to court. Indian laws are making it mandatory to deal with all conflicts amicably
Yes. A mediation settlement arrived on is binding and enforceable by law.
Mediation is a flexible and collaborative process. It is a party-driven process, and the
needs and interests of the parties’ are of utmost importance. Mediation is a facilitated
conversation which highlights and addresses the concerns of both parties. You should
consider mediation because it is party friendly, flexible, confidential and collaborative.
You have the power of choice to decide what happens to you.
Mediation skills are soft skills as well as life skills. These skills can be applied in your
personal and professional life. Mediators have a certain mindset which allows them to
dive deeper into an issue and see what is at the crux of the matter. Active listening,
creativity and a knack for being able to see the other’s perspective are skills that can be
applied in any conflict situation, be it in personal or professional life.
You don’t need to be a lawyer or have prior mediation experience to be a mediator.
Anybody with appropriate training can be a mediator.
Conflict is part and parcel of life. Conflict resolution and conflict management skills are
important because conflict is inevitable. To be able to address conflict in a productive
manner is to have the ability to grow.
Conflict management is the process of being able to identify and handle conflicts sensibly
and efficiently. The process of conflict management helps in limiting the negative aspects
of conflict while increasing the positive aspects of the conflict.
Conflict resolution and management skills are life skills. Such skills can be applied in any
sphere of your life, be it personal or professional. The ability to resolve and manage
conflicts will make you more valuable to people in your life. You will be able to address
and handle a conflict productively and turn it into an opportunity for growth.
Dispute prevention is the process of identifying diagreements at an early stage before they
escalate into full blown conflicts.Dispute prevention is the active and conscious choice
made by parties to identify and productively engage with disagreements to resolve them
as and when they arise.
Dispute prevention is beneficial to you because it helps in reducing the time, energy and
finances involved in resolving a conflict. By actively engaging with the disagreements
that arise, you reduce the chances of such a disagreement turning into a full blown
conflict and having to spend more time, money and efforts to resolve the conflict.
The payment procedure for the trainings or resolution services is simple. Once you
register, we will get in touch with you and send across our bank details.
YCM believes is having a continued association with its trainees and clients. You can be associated with YCM in a number of different capacities and roles. Please contact us.
To avail multiple services we offer, please book a free consultation with us here.
Having an amicable dispute resolution clause in your contract will help you avoid going
to courts at the first signs of dispute. An amicable dispute resolution clause enables you to
have a productive and collaborative conversation with the other party and resolve the
dispute in a quick and efficient manner.