- Decision making and creative processes
- Values, Purpose and the Pursuit of Significance
- Time, Technology and Prozac
- The Art of Communication
- Time Challenged Organization
Jack Kinsley focuses on helping organizations with conflict resolution as well as group decision making.
As individuals we do goal setting; as corporations we do strategic planning, all in the search for success. However, those individuals who look back on their lives with joy do not simply measure their successes.
Organizations that are consistently profitable look beyond success.
Jack uses stories from personal experiences, corporate stories and fairy tales, in order to present a simple truth; “most of us find little satisfaction with success”. Life’s journey is based on “a driving sense of purpose” and a strong “set of core values”.
He assist businesses and individuals in their efforts to reach mutually satisfying resolutions to many types of conflicts.
When does mediation make sense?
You want to end a problem, not a relationship.
You want to minimize cost.
You want to settle the dispute promptly.
You want confidentiality.
You are having difficulty initiating negotiations.
The desire to minimize the risk of an imposed outcome.