Today CEDR launches an exciting new initiative, the CEDR New Dialogues programme. This is offered to young and emerging leaders in business and the community, and we are inviting applications through self-nomination or recommendations. Starting with an initial – and free-of-charge – one-day training in advanced skills of facilitating dialogue and managing difficult or contentious […]
In my work on employment mediation, I have read a great number of articles and books on how to be a good employee or manager, how to improve productivity in the workplace, or the well-being of staff, which seems to have been a recurring topic for the past few decades. Yet yesterday, I stumbled upon […]
Many contracts contain stepped dispute resolution clauses, requiring the parties to negotiate in advance of any mediation. These discussions are often a missed opportunity. Even worse, they may aggravate disputes Although many business people have great experience in negotiation, dialogue to settle disputes presents unique challenges. It is very different to, say, negotiating the terms […]
By Liz Rivers I’ve always admired Michelle Obama for her combination of warmth, intelligence, groundedness and courage. If you love her too the good news is that you can channel your Inner Michelle to be an influential woman and make a positive difference. I speak and coach all over Europe and the UK and here’s […]
Do you see your glass as half-full or half-empty? If you see it as half-empty then you probably have a scarcity mindset. Scarcity mindset and its opposite, abundance mindset, were terms first used by Steven Covey in his classic book The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Published in 1989 it has been a major […]
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