As a workplace mediator, I specialize in two areas:
– Partnering with HR to handle the intransigent conflicts, the effects of which they see rippling throughout departments (or an entire workplace);
– And, helping triage problems between co-leaders who no longer see eye-to-eye – and may not be able to stand even being in the same room together.
What makes me stand out? When it comes to mediation, I only do workplace – and my other work focuses on helping leaders build happier workplaces. Give me a call today: 703-951-6647. Solving problems should never wait.
What can you expect if we work together? As a trained professional mediator, I use a facilitative process to allow all parties to speak their own truths, with the common goal of coming up with your own solution – one all parties can stick to.
Choosing a mediator is about a lot of things. Beyond recognizing the need for professional help to resolve a conflict, you also need to consider:
– Accessibility – mediation can be done at your office, at mine, or online – we offer all three options.
– Personality & Experience – you really need to talk with the mediator you plan to hire to understand the process and get a feel for what it would be like to work with this person. That’s why we do free phone consultations for all parties before any costs are incurred.
Prior to becoming a certified mediator in Virginia, Gina had a career in nonprofit & business communications. She also holds a Professional Certificate in the Science of Happiness at Work.
Over 4 years of mediation experience
My approach is to partner with all the parties involved. We work together to maintain a creative focus on getting past the past and giving all the parties space and time to consider how they want to work together in the future.
MA, Women’s and Gender Studies/Public Policy, The George Washington University
$2000 per session, no extra admin or hourly fees. Details discussed prior to signing a contract.