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Conflict is inevitable and is often linked to survival, difference in perceptions, imbalance, ego and very often greed. In fact, one interesting view is that no person is wrong in this world for he is right by his own accord. It is just that our lenses and perspectives are different. We at Seek Mediation therefore firmly believe that given enough time, will and effort, almost all conflicts are resolvable, if one approaches the issue in good faith. In fact, in many cases the results can be win-win and truly transformational.
Seek Mediation has been born out of love and a mission to make this world a more peaceful place to live.
Human relations, psychology, goodness and philosophy form the backdrop of a humane approach that we take in our establishment. What sets us apart is that we follow a collaborative approach to conflict resolution which is quite unique in the field of mediation and conciliation. This approach encompasses involvement of appropriate domain specialists depending on the nature of the dispute since we recognize that no single person can be the sole repository of knowledge in this multi-domain world. These experts are some of the best professionals in their respective fields and have been very gracious to associate with Seek Mediation in pursuance of its mission objectives.
We regularly witness multiple conflict situations and dispute resolution efforts. Our quest is to address these challenging situations through the enormous amount of countervailing forces of goodness and understanding that prevail in the world. It is human to take up polarised and extreme positions in our day to day life. However sometimes, it requires a mediation specialist to intervene and act as a catalyst towards resolution of long standing disputes and positions. Trust us, we have seen it work with a very high rate of success and sometimes with the most unexpected and dramatic results.
“You can’t shake hands with a clenched fist. So open your fists and open your hearts as well because an ounce of mediation is worth a pound of arbitration and a ton of litigation!”