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About

Our Philosophy & Practice

The Conflict Consultancy is an ethical and responsible practice that works with corporate clients to create organisational wellbeing in the workplace.

It is our philosophy and practice to empower organisations with the knowledge, skills & intention to create positive and constructive cultural change. Our approach is to work with your organisation to create sustainable interventions by identifying issues and introducing solutions that build upon existing resources and strengths. As a specialised boutique practice we are able to offer personalised attention and responsive service.

We strive for excellence in our consultancy and aspire to be a Dharmic Practice – a practice with the right intention. We believe that ethical and dharmic practice is the contemporary paradigm for any business that aims to be sustainable and successful. The principles and values that we embrace and incorporate into our practice with other organisations, include:

• Honesty & Openness
• Integrity & Commitment
• Emotional Intelligence & Compassion
• Clarity & Mindfulness
• Flexibility & Resourcefulness

Contact us for a consultation to discuss the appropriate services and/ or training for your organisation.

Our Principal Consultant

Scott Dutton BSc.(Psych) BSW. (Uni of Melb) MAASW

Scott Dutton has more than 15 years in the mediation, conflict resolution and training fields. He has mediated more than 200 formal mediation sessions and has a particular interest and expertise in workplace disputes. In addition, he has supervised/ inducted many new mediators into the field. Scott has trained more than 7500 professionals in conflict resolution and mediation. Scott’s qualifications include a BSW and BSc. (Psych. major). He has also undertaken a Masters level short course in Conflict Coaching and is a Nationally Accredited Mediator.

 

Our Associates

Our associates are senior practitioners and HR professionals with extensive specialist experience and professional qualifications/ affiliations in conflict resolution, mediation, organisational psychology, HR and EAP.

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