Aviation Lawyers Make the Best Aviation Mediators
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Conflict occurs when people are unable to effectively communicate and resolve an issue or issues for themselves. Mediation is a process that is not about deciding who is right and who is wrong.
It is about taking a situation of conflict where each person has a different perspective, and finding potential areas of common ground to ideally reach a workable resolution that each party feels is a win for them.
It is a process that works well in person, but is suitable to be done remotely via videoconference
The Mediator Standards Board describes mediation as:
…a process in which the participants, with the support of the mediator, identify issues, develop options, consider alternatives and make decisions about future actions and outcomes.
The mediator acts as a third party to support participants to reach their own decision
What do mediators do?
A mediator’s role is to encourage each party to share their views and help the parties find agreement about future workplace interactions, rather than dwell on past interactions. The mediator’s role is to lead the parties to identify what changes in their interactions and behaviours may be required to support them to work respectfully, professionally, productively and, in aviation of utmost importance, safely.
Mediation in the workplace is a voluntary process. Parties may choose not to participate or may start the process and then withdraw at any time. In addition, each party in this process is entitled to have a support person present.
Experience Across the Globe and Cultures Counts
Why Choose Us?
Excellent Track Record
Our Founder has assisted more pilots with disputes and counselled more aspiring aviators than anyone in Australasia
Reasonable fixed fees for mediations which can be shared between parties
Unparalleled Customer Service
Acting remotely particularly in the post COVID-19 world is a necessity and IALPG has always had an international focus that parallels our aviation focus
We Look At Disputes Differently