Is your team experiencing conflict?
We are the largest workplace conflict resolution services firm in the U.S. We can help!
Your Team Deserves Peace
Whether it’s a conflict between coworkers, executives, or entire teams, don’t your team members deserve less stress and more peace so they can focus on their jobs?
WorkPeace provides workplace conflict management services and peacebuilding interventions for companies across the U.S., U.K., and Canada. We’ve worked in dozens of industries for all sizes of organizations from mom-and-pop businesses to Fortune 500 companies.
Workplace conflict can be a catalyst for growth and innovation rather than purely a source of stress and disruption. Let us help your team find the opportunities in conflict and learn techniques that can keep the peace in the short- and long-term so that when coworker conflict emerges again, they have the tools and confidence to manage it effectively.
Here’s what our clients had to say about our services:
“WorkPeace was a big help in an HR issue at our 30 person firm where we felt we needed third party objectivity without the heavy hand of a lawyer or investigator. Our peacebuilder brokered an offer and compromise acceptable to both parties that ultimately resulted in a more peaceful, harmonious workplace.”
“Bringing WorkPeace to help solve relationship issues between peers on the same team was one of the best decisions I ever made. From their initial conflict grew trust, empathy, and respect. He turned a potential loss into a big win for us.”
“I’ve worked with WorkPeace on several occasions and highly recommend them! The conflicts affected the organization to the point that valuable employees might quit, or have to be let go. In just a few sessions, our peacebuilder guided us through a process that turned things around.”
“From the start, our Peacebuilder thoroughly explained the process and was able to ease any hesitance I had. I hope to never need this type of service again, but it is great to know that WorkPeace could be called upon to help resolve an issue.”