Ever thought of working from the city fringe in a more relaxed environment? Lonely working from home and want to share the most colourful offices around? Ellerslie has some answers....... a vacant floor of approx 1100m2 that can be divided into smaller tenancies ranging up from approx 200m2 upwards. The floor has all services installed, it is ready for an incoming tenant to have the area fitted out to their requirements- a blank canvas to add your own office style.
The other option is a concept that is proving popular, a shared office facility. The floor has been colourfully refurbished, divided into desk areas for the 1 person operator who wants stylish offices without the price tag. The areas are fully wired, all you need to do is walk in and plug in. There is a contemporary furbishment style to the floor with a shared meeting room, reception area and kitchen facilites. If you like the whole floor that is also an option, take the lot!
The building boosts plenty of secure carparks that are on offer for both these options, the other big bonus, an onsite cafe.
You will be surprised with the quality of what these buildings have to offer and the ease at which you can access the motorways and surrounding areas coming and going.
Competitive rental packages are on offer, short term leases to get up and running through to the longer term lease agreements- to secure your placement and know that you can stay-
if you refer to my webpage www.suecollis.co.nz, you can see these opportunities, also www.sharedspace.co.nz will give you the link to the shared offices areas for lease. Call me to discuss any of these on 021 885 545
Dispute Resolution- Negotiation Paper 03/10/2010
I have just returned from a week, taking a full time paper at Massey University, Palmerston North, on Negotiation Practices. The lecturer being the amazing Bruce Cottrill, has extensive experiences in mediating complex disputes in both the private and public sectors. He currently practices in mediation, conflict management, coaching and supervising mediators, having a wealth of knowlege that I have been lucky enough to be exposed to and learnt from.
The paper was attended by a number of vast business sectors, including the Police force, Ministry of Justice, Legal firms, Real estate brokers and many practicing Mediators & Arbitrators.
I now have 2 assignments to submit, but the information I have taken away from this lecture is invaluable and I look forward to putting all my new skills into my everyday life negotiations.
I recommend anyone to read "Getting to Yes, Negotiating an agreement without giving in" - Roger Fisher and William Ury.
They put forward the theory of Intergrative Negotiation (or collaborative) practices versus Distributive Negotiation (Positional) to achieve a more favourable outcome for both parties.