Warren is qualified and trained in Mediation, Advocacy, Negotiation and Alternative Dispute Resolution.
Graduate Diploma in Business Studies in Dispute Resolution; Massey University.
Warren has over 30 years of experience as a business owner and rural construction contractor. He has participated in Governance roles and acted as a senior international official for a national sporting organisation for 20 years
Warren is married and has two children and three grandchildren. He values family as an important part of life.
Living in a rural enviroment has had significant impact on Warrens perspectives, as a pragmatic approach is nearly always required on the farm.
His being a leader in the Not For Profit sector, working with volunteers, has developed the soft skills that are required in the resolution field.
A combination of commercial experience and active participation in the not for profit sector has given Warren a unique perspective as to how conflict affects organisations and individuals in New Zealand.
He believes interpersonal differences and organisational dispute systems deprives too many people of the opportunity to be at their best and to enjoy life. As a conflict resolution practitioner Warren can allow problems to be genuinely resolved and for all parties to move forward.
Our services include a comprehensive free initial consultation to help identify the issues and interests that are driving the difficulties and damaging relationships.
Through conflict coaching we can assist individuals to better deal with confrontations and differences with others.
Creating a plan with a strategy, a risk analysis, and a reality check will give you the knowledge that empowers you to move forward either on your own or with other parties. We also can offer a suite of quality services that will help you get there quickly and smoothly. That’s how we ensure your success.
For Organisations and Employers- we can assist by arranging conflict audits, reviewing conflict management systems, coaching individual executives and employees to manage differences and conflict, and by aiding transition to collaborative approaches that comply with employment law as well as considering employees perspectives.
Values – Professionalism and integrity are paramount for any dispute resolution practitioner. Wise Path Resolution value the confidentiality of the mediation and consultation process and transfer that to all their business. All conversation with Wise Path staff will be kept confidential including initial approach and pre-engagement.
Our conflict management process is designed to empower individuals and teams and outfit them with the tools they need to succeed. Talk to us today about how we can support your growth, limit your turnover, and put you on a solid track to success and profit.