Leaders are responsible for the landscape they create! Warning! Rant ahead. Warning! Rant ahead. Over the last few weeks, I have done 3 separate mediations in 3 separate organisations in 3 separate industries that have left me somewhat fuming! A rant has been brewing and here it is. Leaders listen up. Leaders step up… All involved people who had been deeply…
Restore and Strengthen Your Workplace Relationships
At the ZALT Group, we provide practical advice and solutions to help resolve workplace issues such as conflict and employee dissatisfaction. We help you and your team: Focus on work and become productive again, regain energy and enthusiasm, improve engagement and communication, reduce feelings of discomfort and stress & minimise organisational and personal risk
When faced with workplace conflict, many managers look for a ‘quick fix’. Although that’s understandable when overworked and time-poor, acting quickly at the expense of acting appropriately can lead to even more problems.
We follow a well documents and established process ensuring that the elements of natural justice and procedural fairness are provided to all participants.
Practical, engaging workshops. The capacity for self-reflection is a key ingredient. How do your people stack up? The ZALT Group offers public and in-house training to empower teams on a range of workplace issues. We can tailor a course to your specific needs.
As qualified legal, HR and employee relations professionals, we advise on a wide range of employee relations issues – helping you answer many key questions.
Perceptions of truth in workplace investigations
When conducting a workplace investigation one of the most interesting phenomena is how multiple people can view an incident and how they can all give different accounts… sometimes wildly! Of course, there is the ‘he said – she said’ cases. However just as challenging is when you have non-invested witnesses who all see something different. You may ask, can this really…
Can’t agree? Does it matter?
I’m starting with the assumption that we all agree it’s actually OK not to agree all the time. (Yes I see I’ve asked you to agree and we said we don’t actually have to! But just go with it. OK?). So, what do you do if you are the facilitator in a conversation and people aren’t agreeing? Or, if you…
Conflict Triage for Managers
The pressure is on managers to minimise risk, manage difficulty, strengthen relationships AND perform! Your effectiveness in managing difficulty and change is a major measure of your success and it will be scrutinised!! Our Conflict Triage for Managers is a chance to establish new skills, refresh existing skills and reflect on your current approach. You will walk away with practical…Read More