Composure & resolution for you and your business

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Equanimity is our vocation. We’ve all experienced conflict in our working lives and understand how draining it is on you and your business. We’ve developed a constructive guidance process that puts you first, then the business, finding the best way forward for all.

I highly recommend Equanimity if you need help dealing with challenges we all face in pursuit of our business and personal goals.

Why we all need equanimity.

Who we are and what we do.

We’re real people who have worked, lived and breathed partnerships for over 25 years

Having walked in your shoes we understand the challenges of maintaining equilibrium in business relationships over time.  We’re a practical, positive support and guidance team who focus on the best and fairest way forward for all.

This is about you, as individuals and as partners. 

Equanimity offers an honest reality check, unlocks the full and positive potential of each principal, and explores the best possible way forward.

There are four potential steps in the process:

'me time'

An open, honest and confidential question and answer session to establish what you really want personally in life and via the business

Confidential evaluation

The Equanimity team review the results of Step one to determine the agenda and key points to address in the mediation session (Step three)

Mediation and open communication

Led by the Equanimity team, with all principals present to provide a fair and honest environment to discuss desired outcomes, before determining the best and fairest way to progress

Ongoing practical support

The Equanimity team of experts provide ongoing practical support to maintain progress

Truth and honesty: Our charter.

Truth and honesty: Our charter.

Let's be honest.

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