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What is the difference between conflict coaching and mediation?

Both processes are a type of alternative dispute resolution. While conflict coaching is a goal oriented process in which the coach is working one on one with a client to untangle a conflict and develop effective conflict behaviors and skills, mediation is a confidential forum where multiple parties in a dispute share their concerns, perspectives and interests with each other.

A trained mediator is the neutral and impartial third party who helps participants (either individuals or teams) discussing difficult issues and negotiating mutually agreeable solutions to a conflict.

Areas of application are:
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