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  • Online Group Facilitation Can Ease Your Journey Back to the Workplace

    Can online group facilitation ease your employees return to work? There is no question that covid-19 has impacted employers across Ontario, across Canada, and across the world. As governments lift restrictions on who can be at work and workplaces begin to reopen, it is natural for employees to feel … Read more »

  • Wakely Mediation Now Offers Online Mediation Services

    Wakely Mediation Now Offers Online Mediation Services In order to better serve clients and potential clients during the Covid 19 Pandemic, Wakely Mediation will now be offering online mediation services. Since inception Wakely Mediation has operated in a paperless preferred paradigm. Offering virtua … Read more »

  • Reactive Devaluation

    Reactive Devaluation: Your Money is No Good Here Reactive devaluation occurs in a negotiation when a party receiving an offer doesn’t trust the party making an offer and they evaluate the offer through the lens of distrust. In this post you will learn what reactive devaluation is, how to avoid doing … Read more »

  • Prepare for Your Next Negotiation

    11 Steps to Prepare for Your Next Negotiation Every negotiation starts somewhere. For the unprepared or uninitiated negotiations start when you encounter the other party at the metaphorical table. If you want to step up your negotiation game and reach more deals that make both sides better off you n … Read more »

  • Hey Teacher! Leave Those Kids Alone (Because It’s an Arbitrator’s Job)

    Relations take on many different forms, grocery clerks can become customers of the store they work in, a firefighter can move to the city they work in, students can teach in the institutions where they study. What happens when the employment relationship is clouded by an overlapping relationship? Th … Read more »