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Whether in a for profit business or a non-profit organization, we are all called to be a contribution in the world. We have a vision. We see a need our skills can fulfill to make someone's life easier. When things are running smoothly and we are living our vision the energy is invigorating. The challenge is keeping aligned with our great good in the world when we hit life's rumble strips as well.

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Conscious Contracts®

The Conscious Contracts® is so much more than the agreements it produces. It is a shift in how we approach each other, our work and the world.


The process provides us with a new way to talk about who we are and design how we want to work together. It is a systemic approach that looks at what we need to create the best environment for those involved to live their shared vision and mission in the world.


Part of this system is a plan for addressing change and engaging disagreement. No matter how grand and noble our vision, it is still being enacted by humans with all their emotions and limitations. The question becomes, how do we recognize our weaknesses (we all have them) and help each other do better? I like the image of the rumble strip – something that wakes us up so we can adjust and get back on the road.

Conscious Contracts® can be used throughout your organization in contracts, policies and procedures, bylaws or among teams and departments.

For more information on Conscious Contracts® including video and graphic explanations visit our Conscious Contracts® website

Mediation in Organizations

Our people are the biggest resource in any organization. We like to think that we have a "work self" and a " personal self" but we really don't. We can change our outward appearance and control how we present ourselves but the inner workings, the things that make us tick, our joys and burdens, are always with us. 


When there is conflict or even just the sludge that comes from something gumming up the gears, mediation provides a space to deal with the elephants in the room with a trained facilitator to guide the process and help those involved chart a new path forward.

Banana Leaves

A peaceful transition is possible.

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