Conflict has a way of taking over your life. You wake at 3am in a panic, worried about that co-worker who's been harassing you or reeling from an argument with your spouse or family member. Fisher Law Practice provides the space and support to help folks deal with these hostilities and figure out a way to move forward. We're hired by individuals, couples, families, and companies who want to get to the root of the conflict so they can find solutions that fit their needs. Try mediation or one-on-one coaching. It works!
Mediation is a confidential process where people come together with a facilitator to discuss their differences and develop comprehensive solutions. The process enables people to address issues quickly and at a fraction of the cost of the traditional legal process. But more than monetary savings, mediation is a valuable tool to help people feel heard and find a common ground.
Individual Coaching allows us to work one-on-one to take a deep dive into a specific conflict or situation. We’ll talk about the what’s going on, the power dynamics, the impact on you, and the range of emotions at play. We’ll work together to identify which solutions meet your needs and develop the skills to get you there.
Mediation for Workplace Disputes: Fisher Law Practice provides a la carte conflict resolution services, like executive coaching, mediation, and conflict de-escalation training. We can even be a regular presence in your office, coming in once a month to provide your staff with reliable support. We help employees to clear the air, listen to one another, and develop satisfying solutions that fit their needs. We help businesses avoid costly, disruptive and staff changes… or worse, lawsuits.
Executive Coaching: Most of our coaching clients come to us when they are at a crossroads. Some have recently taken on an Executive role and want help strategizing about how they can get the best from their staff, set key performance indicators for themselves, and manage up. Others are deeper into their Executive leadership, but want to re-calibrate to make sure their leadership styles and work habits are aligned with their core values.
Family Mediation: Some people try to work out agreements on their own, but these outlines often lack clarity and specificity. Uncertainty leads to poor communication that can become toxic. We work with people to create thorough, clear separation, divorce, and custody agreements that set expectations and provide stability and relief for all involved.
Restorative Justice: Our team has years of experience working with criminal justice, school, and workplace related issues.
Poor Communication Between Management and Staff
Separation Agreements for Business Co-Founders
Workplace Bullying or Harassment
Allegations of Racial, Gender, Disability or LGBT Bias at Work
Couple Separation and Parenting Agreements
Restorative Justice Community Facilitation or Circles
Conflict Resolution Training teaches people to build empathy and better communicate with their peers. Fisher Law Practice provides Conflict Resolution Training sessions to schools and businesses.
In schools, Fisher Law Practice's Conflict Resolution Training teaches students to build empathy and better communicate with their peers, and empowers staff to better understand and manage conflict with their colleagues and students. We also facilitate campus dialogues after troubling campus events like harassment and hate crimes.
Training sessions include:
Understanding and Managing Conflict I (3.5 hours):
Discussions include contextualizing conflict, identifying and addressing a person's true "interest" or motivation, understanding different approaches to conflict, basic conflict de-escalation tools, and customized small group role plays.
Understanding + Managing Conflict II
Moving Up and Looking Forward:
A 3-day training for New Managers to Be Their Best (with Black/White/Gray Consulting)
3, 2, 1, Context:
How Identity and History Impact What We See In A Conflict.
Check (in with) Yourself:
A Diagnostic Tool to Be Your Best for Service Providers and Mediators
1/2 day or full day
Put a new spin on diversity training with trivia! Trivia events can be offered during lunch, after work, even as lighthearted competitions at conferences! Your staff will learn about history, explore fun facts, and talk about issues of diversity in a low stress, friendly atmosphere.
Trivia is fun, interactive, and not at all preachy. We currently offer Black History Month and Women's History Month trivia. We can also create a custom trivia event for a specific identity or cultural group, even one for your business' history!