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How to see the blind-spot in negotiations

How to see the blind-spot in negotiations

by Andy Rogers, Associate Director and Mediator, CEDR As mediators we are all too familiar with the point in our negotiations where one or both parties find it impossible make a deal because they either cannot see the weaknesses in their own case or conversely cannot appreciate the strengths of their opponent’s position.  Trying to […]

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Strike! – Negotiate!

Strike! – Negotiate!

by Fiona Colquhoun, Director, CEDR Another strike, this time with BAA, appears to be on its way. This strike is about pay and annual pay demands, not the other hot potato of the moment – pensions, which is what the impending BBC staff action due for 9 September is about. The BAA and BBC strikes, […]

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Building relationships – you and your new breakfast partner

Building relationships – you and your new breakfast partner

By Andy Rogers, Associate Director & Mediator, CEDR So BBC Radio 2 DJ, Chris Evans, has lost 1 million listeners to his breakfast show in three months. It was announced this week that the show had 8.48 million listeners a week, down from last quarter’s record 9.53 million. Chris Evan’s got off to a great […]

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Negotiating your way into a coalition government

Negotiating your way into a coalition government

By James South, CEDR Director of Training For those interested in negotiation, the forming of the recent coalition government in the United Kingdom is an excellent case study. Last night’s documentary on the BBC – ‘Five days that changed Britain’ – offers a fascinating insight into what makes for effective negotiations and what does not. […]

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