Independent interventions, otherwise known as neutral chairing, is the involvement of an impartial third party to facilitate negotiations, discussions, consensus-building, problem-solving, relationship-building or to manage existing or potential difficulties in a wide variety of situations.
The benefits of having a neutral chairman include the ability to reduce the risk of overt confrontation, to provide a moderating influence and to provide summaries of points made and positions reached. CEDR Solve has unparalleled experience in facilitating dialogue in a diverse range of demanding situations. Our consultants have a unique skill-set combining extensive mediator practice, professional background and industry knowledge.
Neutral chairing processes are designed to fit the needs of their users.
The aim of neutral charing may be to:
Processes are tailored to the needs of the users, but can draw on a range of models:
CEDR Solve's panel of experienced neutral chair's include:
Read Tony Allen's article on working as a neutral chair.
For further information on Independent Intervention and access to our services, please contact CEDR Solve on +44 (0)20 7536 6060, e-mail email@example.com.
26 Apr 2013
May set to be busy month for CEDR
Mediator Skills Training - Fast Track – 5 June 2013
Certificate in Advanced Negotiation - Module 1/3 – 25 July 2013
Mediator Skills Training - International – 19 August 2013
Certificate in Advanced Negotiation - Module 1/3 – 12 September 2013