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If you want to create healthy business relationships, and then maintain and protect them, here are the services that might work best for you.

Disclaimer:

Mr. Meier is a shareholder with the Las Vegas Law firm of Holley, Driggs, Walch, Fine, Puzey, & Thompson. All engagements for services discussed on this site are contracted through the Holley Driggs firm.

Conscious Contracts

Contracts are a basic part of doing business, but are your contracts really delivering what you want? Think about it this way, do you like to go into new relationships planning for them to implode? Well, that’s what traditional legal contracts do. They set the table for litigation if there is a problem. Conscious Contracts, on the other hand, are specifically designed to build and protect a strong mutually beneficial relationship between the parties that is based on shared values. Conscious Contracts also prepare you for disruption and conflict by giving you a custom-designed “proprietary justice system” to use when there is a problem. If your business relationships are important to you, then make sure your legal documents will support those relationships.

Mediation

Sometimes people want to solve their problems amicably, but they just can’t see how. In situations like that, it’s helpful to have someone who can offer a fresh perspective that is untainted by being involved in the dispute. That’s where a good mediator comes into the picture. I help parties in a dispute to identify their underlying interests and find potential solutions that serve those interests. If you’re stuck in what feels like an impossible conflict, mediation can lead you out.

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Collaborative Dispute Resolution

For hundreds of years, our society has resolved disputes by telling people to go to war with others through litigation and other adversarial systems. Adversarial dispute resolution, however, typically spells the end of a relationship. In recent years though an alternative has emerged that allows parties to work together with their lawyers as a team. In this environment, a dispute is seen as a shared problem and the goal of the parties is to find the solution that works for everyone. If you are tired of resolving problems through lengthy, costly, relationship destroying litigation, then try this method to solve your problems while simultaneously protecting your relationship.

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Challenging Conversations

More and more we are recognizing the need to have challenging conversations with people connected to our business. Solid communication can usually set the table for addressing problems before they get out of hand. The only problem is that our natural instincts that get triggered in such a situation tend to pull us away from solid communication. If you need to have a challenging conversation with someone and want it to lead to positive outcomes, then bring someone in to help everyone in the conversation keep on track.

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Conflict Coaching

Conflict in life is unavoidable. We’re dramatically different people with dramatically different perspectives, so it is only natural that we’ll see things differently from others. Coming through conflict whole though is challenging. Maybe you’ll be tempted to ignore your own interests in the name of not making waves, or maybe the highly charged nature of conflict will lead to your emotions taking control. With almost thirty years of experience in solving conflicts, I am ideally suited to coach you through whatever conflicts you may face. If you want to face your conflicts with courage and compassion, getting a coach who is an expert in conflict can be a big help.

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Stakeholder Mapping and Engagement

Your business exists as part of an interconnected system of stakeholders. Whether it is customers, stockholders, employees, your community, the planet, or some other stakeholder, you need to know who your stakeholders are and how to meaningfully connect with them. I guide clients through a specific process designed to identify all their stakeholders and know how to make sure that your company actions are serving them. If you want to make sure you are optimizing all your stakeholder relationships, then get some expert help in planning an effective strategy to do so.

CONSCIOUS CONTRACTS

Contracts are a basic part of doing business, but are your contracts really delivering what you want? Think about it this way, do you like to go into new relationships planning for them to implode? Well, that’s what traditional legal contracts do. They set the table for litigation if there is a problem. Conscious Contracts, on the other hand, are specifically designed to build and protect a strong mutually beneficial relationship between the parties that is based on shared values. Conscious Contracts also prepare you for disruption and conflict by giving you a custom-designed “proprietary justice system” to use when there is a problem. If your business relationships are important to you, then make sure your legal documents will support those relationships.

MEDIATION

Sometimes people want to solve their problems amicably, but they just can’t see how. In situations like that, it’s helpful to have someone who can offer a fresh perspective that is untainted by being involved in the dispute. That’s where a good mediator comes into the picture. I help parties in a dispute to identify their underlying interests and find potential solutions that serve those interests. If you’re stuck in what feels like an impossible conflict, mediation can lead you out.

COLLABORATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION

For hundreds of years, our society has resolved disputes by telling people to go to war with others through litigation and other adversarial systems. Adversarial dispute resolution, however, typically spells the end of a relationship. In recent years though an alternative has emerged that allows parties to work together with their lawyers as a team. In this environment, a dispute is seen as a shared problem and the goal of the parties is to find the solution that works for everyone. If you are tired of resolving problems through lengthy, costly, relationship destroying litigation, then try this method to solve your problems while simultaneously protecting your relationship.

CHALLENGING CONVERSATIONS

More and more we are recognizing the need to have challenging conversations with people connected to our business. Solid communication can usually set the table for addressing problems before they get out of hand. The only problem is that our natural instincts that get triggered in such a situation tend to pull us away from solid communication. If you need to have a challenging conversation with someone and want it to lead to positive outcomes, then bring someone in to help everyone in the conversation keep on track.

CONFLICT COACHING

Conflict in life is unavoidable. We’re dramatically different people with dramatically different perspectives, so it is only natural that we’ll see things differently from others. Coming through conflict whole though is challenging. Maybe you’ll be tempted to ignore your own interests in the name of not making waves, or maybe the highly charged nature of conflict will lead to your emotions taking control. With almost thirty years of experience in solving conflicts, I am ideally suited to coach you through whatever conflicts you may face. If you want to face your conflicts with courage and compassion, getting a coach who is an expert in conflict can be a big help.

STAKEHOLDER MAPPING AND ENGAGEMENT

Your business exists as part of an interconnected system of stakeholders. Whether it is customers, stockholders, employees, your community, the planet, or some other stakeholder, you need to know who your stakeholders are and how to meaningfully connect with them. I guide clients through a specific process designed to identify all their stakeholders and know how to make sure that your company actions are serving them. If you want to make sure you are optimizing all your stakeholder relationships, then get some expert help in planning an effective strategy to do so.

I am

The Conscious Business Lawyer

Glenn Meier, Esq.

Conscious Business Lawyer

"I'm at my best," Glenn notes, "when I’m helping my clients make their business relationships work better. Sometimes that means helping them build the relationship from scratch and sometimes it means helping them restore a damaged relationship. Regardless of the entry point, I work with people to strengthen those relationships and design legal agreements that support them."

Mr. Meier is a shareholder with the Las Vegas Law firm of Holley, Driggs, Walch Fine, Puzey, & Thompson. All engagements for services discussed on this site are contracted through the Holley Driggs firm.

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