Workplace workshops and seminars are offered for a variety of topics, all custom designed to meet the needs of your business. Workshops and seminars include, but are not limited to:
For more information or to book a consultation for a workshop or an assessment report, contact Aspire Too today.
Connie, you have a gift and are appreciated. Thank you for presenting to our team.
I wanted to send a quick note to thank you again for your work with our team this past week. I’ve had an opportunity to debrief with both of them now and they are both feeling very positive and hopeful for the future. They had really great things to say about you and your approach. It’s a challenging and emotional process to go through a mediation but your approach made them feel as comfortable as possible. Thank you!
Mediation is a process where an impartial third party helps two or more parties discuss a dispute and work toward a solution that is acceptable to all parties. Participation is voluntary. Mediation is not a substitute for legal advice. In most situations, it is still advisable to consult with a lawyer before and during the mediation process. It is also advisable to have a lawyer review any written agreement before it is signed. Unlike a judge or arbitrator, the mediator does not decide the outcome of the dispute. Mediated agreements tend to succeed because they result from a process that allows parties to create their own solutions.
Aspire Too creates an environment where both parties can discuss the issues and explore potential options in a productive way. We will not provide legal advice or make decisions for the parties. Past clients noted the following benefits of the service:
Aspire Too has the professional expertise to work with you to resolve conflict between employers and employees or other stakeholders within your organization.
Critical Stress Management is a flexible, short-term psychological treatment process that focuses on immediate resolution to acute crisis management and post crisis follow-up. This service is available for individuals, small or large groups, within families or the workplace. The goal of this treatment is to assist in processing acute trauma and to prevent the development of post-traumatic stress disorder in people who have been exposed to trauma. The process will help manage strong emotions and assistance in returning to optimal functioning following a critical event.