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Adult Learning: Unconscious incompetence to conscious excellence?

CEDR’s mission is to inspire business to use mediation when managing and resolving disputes.  A large part of this is ensuring that mediators are trained to a standard of excellence.  Understanding how adults learn is key to learning transfer, skill acquisition and ultimately effective mediation training.  Adults learn better by doing rather than just seeing […]

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Emotions: Never to be Underestimated

“Viewing people as emotional beings neither denies nor underestimates the importance of reason and rationality in human affairs,” state the authors of an academic journal Managerial Psychology.[1]  As a conciliator with the Funeral Arbitration Scheme, run by the National Association of Funeral Directors as well as working with organisations to promote change projects, I strongly […]

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University Outreach

The driving force behind CEDR’s existence is to change the world in a positive way for public benefit.  We undertake a range of projects that span from access to justice and legal reform – which is primarily through promoting ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) as an effective means of dispute resolution – to examining the roles […]

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Busiest week of the year… for CEDR’s training team

“…how can we do it all?” Susanne Schuler, Assistant Director of Training, muses at one of our increasingly popular daily scrum meetings. So far this financial year we have managed 150 courses and projects in the UK and overseas – a  50% increase on last year.  This week alone, we have in-country training assignments in […]

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