To help organisations understand how mediation can be applied and developed, amongst the many dispute resolution processes that exist, we have updated our employment model documents to offer up-to-date contract clauses and guidance for best practice. In 2006 after intensive work with workplace and employment mediators CEDR launched the first edition of our model clauses […]
“Tracey, you are not listening to me; I have told that you that I do not want to role-play!” These were the words that were being shouted at me by a very cross looking participant (eyes narrowed, pursed lips and red faced) whilst I was setting up an exercise for a simulated mediation on a […]
Advanced education, democratisation and technological change are driving global socio-cultural changes and new business structures and aspirations which require of leaders and organisations that they are at once more agile and more collaborative in their tasks as leaders. Leadership education however often reflects the old world models of top-down influencing, rather than leaders who work […]
I just came back from two days at CEDR’s International Trainers’ Network training, and it was fantastic. I wanted to share with you the feeling of this session, but it’s hard to put word on all that we have shared. Perhaps if I can use an analogy I would say that mediation has an amazing […]
I am writing this post having just finished being one of the lead trainers of this year’s CEDR International Mediator Skills Summer School which this year was held near Lisbon, in Portugal. One of the key reasons behind summer school is to attract a range of participants from different countries. This year we had delegates […]
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