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A Family Mediation: Spousal Support and Pension Issues

A Family Mediation: Spousal Support and Pension Issues

Background:
A couple (Party A and Party B) were divorced in 1998. Both are in their late 60’s. They had been married for 26 years, and […]

February 18th, 2019|0 Comments

Preparing for Mediation Equals Success

Preparing Equals Successful Outcomes

Remember the big job interview? What about that “make-or break” test, or the important client interview? What was needed to succeed? Preparation. Right! What would have happened without proper […]

January 23rd, 2017|0 Comments

Workplace Mediation–a Case Summary

A Multiparty Case of Workplace Mediation

In this case, five members of an organization were experiencing ongoing issues for a number of months and escalating difficulties.  Despite the best efforts of the Executive Director […]

January 17th, 2017|0 Comments

Mediation vs. Litigation vs. Arbitration

Mediation v. Litigation v. Arbitration

When in conflict or in a dispute that is escalating, the first thing a person thinks of is “I want to sue!”  That’s because that is the only […]

November 16th, 2016|0 Comments

Top 10 Reasons to Mediate

Conflict and disputes occur for many reasons—miscommunication, differing values and interests, misunderstandings, false assumptions, etc.  If left unresolved, disputes and conflicts can result in negative impacts to you and others, such as […]

November 7th, 2016|0 Comments
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Prior to working with Judy, I was quite skeptical about personal coaching. I thought coaching was for flakey people, and I thought I was the exact opposite.

Judy completely changed my assumptions about what a professional coach is and how they get  results. Her sessions were extremely structured and goal focused based upon what I wanted to achieve for that session. Her weekly questions help me focus my short and long term goals, and her tenor was always brief and to the point (with a sensational laugh and sense of humour to boot). Little did I know, she was tailoring her approach so I would be comfortable with the process; after all, I didn't need to talk through my feelings, I needed to figure out how to get a mad workload done at home with a one year old in tow!

Something I never expected from our sessions was the amount of personal introspection that occurred when talking about my 5 year professional goals, and the writing, calculating, and strategic execution of financial projections for a small business. I realized that unless I am able to over prepare for tasks, I feel vulnerable because I am no longer able to over prepare and binge work the same way I had prior to having my baby.  Judy’s coaching helped me focus—I changed my plan, my process, and my personal perspectives. I was able to accomplish everything I had originally intended to do while maintaining my new family commitments AND I accomplished all my business goals in the time I had planned while maintaining the balance of my new family life.

Margo L Vancouver, BC August 19, 2016

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