18 August 2021 | IMPORTANT NOTICE

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In line with Ministry of Health guidance, our staff are currently working remotely. They remain available to assist and it is business as usual. However, we ask that wherever possible you contact us online or by email to registrar@nziac.com.

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He waka eke noa.

Gloria Masters

AucklandNew Zealand

Mediation

Nationality: New Zealander

Area of Expertise: Administrative/Public Sector, Banking and Finance, Commercial, Energy, Insurance, Information Technology, Maritime, Oil and Gas, Property and Property Planning, Real Estate

Legal System of Expertise:

Languages: English

Change Management Practitioner | Certified PRINCE2 (2013) | Graduate Diploma Mental Health (Psychotherapy) | Diploma Teaching

Known as “The Fixer,” due to my ability to quickly provide effective solutions to complex conflict resolution and mediation challenges, I have over 15 years’ experience working within a range of businesses.

My strength is advising on communication within NZ specifically targeting culture and communication initiatives. I also excel in leading forums addressing engagement and resulting in measurable and sustainable results. I am passionate about creating strategic solutions that achieve the required business objective alongside enabling and sustaining a positive ethos. I am excellent at building and maintaining successful relationships and am known for my ability to engage with and influence people for the greater good.

My focus on conflict resolution is straightforward. I seek to mitigate the underlying cause so that both parties are heard, issues are addressed and conflict may then be resolved. Although I make it sound simple, the gift is in working with the resentment that has built and ensuring the path ahead is free of that. Most issues are left unresolved because people have not been heard or felt unheard. By working with that initially, a path can potentially be made.