In addition to training and dialogues, the peacebuilder may have a series of coaching sessions with groups or individuals who need training reinforcement and/or additional support in staying engaged with the change processes. Maintaining trust through disruptive change is an incredibly important process, which requires consistent support and encouragement.
“I hired PPS to help with some interpersonal conflicts at work. The conflicts affected the organization to the point that valuable employees might quit, or have to be let go. In just a few sessions, our Peacebuilder guided us through a process that turned things around.”
– Simone McGinnis, General Manager, Val Vista Lakes Community Association
“PPS was a big help in an HR issue at where we felt we needed third party objectivity without the heavy hand of a lawyer or investigator. PPS was able to assess the situation and gain the trust of both the employee and management and accurately assessed a workable path forward. Our organization learned much from an experience that ultimately resulted in a more peaceful, harmonious workplace.”
– Peter Connery, Vice President, Applied Survey Research
“As the CEO of a growing business, PPS has helped my corporation in so many ways…all of which have translated into positive factors such as elevated productivity, a more contented and productive work environment and, most importantly, a reduction of conflict and hostility.”
– Alan Sitomer, CEO, Mastery Coding