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Most conflicts between fellow employees can normally be resolved through an organization's existing informal and/or formal dispute resolution processes.  However, disputes between the most senior members of an organization can present unique and sticky problems.  The conflict may involve a new executive struggling to adapt to a new working environment.  Egos may play a significant role in the conflict, and the executives may be unwilling to "let their hair down" in front of anyone from within the organization, making resolution more difficult.  Resolving conflicts may involve discussing business issues that have not been shared with others in the organization.  Collaborative mediation can simultaneously address these concerns and resolve the conflict.

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