What would you like me to write about for SavvySME?

Next week I will be putting together my writing strategy for March and April, so I am wondering, what would you like to read or learn about? 

I bring people together to resolve conflict without going to court,  I give people the skills, tools and the confidence to start difficult conversations, to advocate on their own behalf and negotiate win-win solutions. 

How can I help you, my fellow SAVVY SMEs, to Resolve Conflict Better? 

Use the comments here to ask me your burning questions, share your curiosity, tell me what to write about to best help you. 

Bec CB

Top voted answer
Jef Lippiatt

Jef Lippiatt, Owner at Startup Chucktown

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I know that it is important to have clearly written contracts and agreements, but when disagreements arise would it be wise to have them drawn up and signed as an audit trail to limit the same problem from resurfacing at a later time? If that is the case, would it be wise to have a third-party or notary sign-off on the disagreement document as well? I think knowing more about that would be helpful (at least for myself).

Rebecca Carroll-Bell

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Thanks Jef what a great question. Your scenario raises a lot of issues. I will give it some thought and post something after Easter.