The MII has recently produced an information leaflet on workplace mediation which is available, free of charge, to MII members, organisations and the public.
Workplace mediation is a collaborative process in which an independent, neutral Mediator assists the parties to identify their issues and needs and to explore how those needs can be addressed. Mediation works towards long-term solutions that are mutually acceptable to the parties, and where there is an ongoing relationship, mediation can help the parties to plan how they will engage into the future.
The Mediator’s role is non-judgemental and non-directive – the disputing parties control the content and the outcome of the mediation.
See below a copy of the MII Workplace Mediation leaflet. If you would like free copies of this leaflet, please contact Deirdre Conway by email noting the number of leaflets required. Post and packaging will apply.
Relationship breakdown can be very emotional and stressful, making it particularly difficult for the people involved to agree decisions in relation to living arrangements, finances and childcare.
A new MII booklet, aimed at members of the public, describes how mediation can help separating couples to make informed decisions with the help of a trained Mediator.
The booklet, features frequently asked questions and information for separating couples on mediation including how to find an appropriate Mediator for your particular situation.
See below copy of the booklet. If you would like free copies of the Separating Couples Mediation booklet, please contact Deirdre Conway by email noting the number of booklets required. Post and packaging will apply.
Ageing is a natural process that can present interpersonal, physical, legal, financial and emotional challenges for individuals and their families. Elder mediation can help by offering a framework for the older person and their families and/or care professionals to have discussions and to make informed decisions about their care and their future with the help of a trained professional.
Elder Mediation is an important step in the continuum of care and quality of life for older people and their families, and helps to prevent conflict situations by planning for the future.
See below copy of the leaflet. If you would like some free copies of the MII Elder Mediation leaflet, please contact Deirdre Conway by email noting the number of leaflets required. Post and packaging will apply.
If you require any further information in relation to mediation or how to find a trained, qualified Mediator, please contact the MII at 01 609 9190 or by email to email@example.com.