Tag Archives | Conflict Coaching

Future Leader Spotlight – Elliot Boakes

The CEDR New Dialogues programme is back following a successful inaugural training in October 2017 which saw 40 young leaders from the world’s of government, law, business and the voluntary sector receive training from CEDR. The CEDR New Dialogues programme offers a unique opportunity for young and emerging leaders to develop 21st Century, conflict management, […]

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Future Leader Spotlight – Ebunlomo Azeez

The CEDR New Dialogues programme is back following a successful inaugural training in October 2017 which saw 40 young leaders from the worlds of government, law, business and the voluntary sector receive expert training from CEDR. The CEDR New Dialogues programme offers a unique opportunity for young and emerging leaders to develop 21st Century conflict […]

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Workplace Mediation 101 – Identifying conflict

Conflicts do not appear out of the blue. They arise from social tension that builds up, and if not properly identified, can escalate, and become destructive. We can broadly identify three levels of conflicts: The everyday difficult relationships that will always arise between people. A conflict with a colleague, tensions in a team, rumours spreading […]

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Ask a Negotiator: Philip Williams

In this Ask an Expert session, we spoke to Philip Williams, one of our lead negotiation trainers for CEDR’s flagship negotiation training for individuals, Advanced Negotiation Skills and one of the UK’s former leading Hostage and Crisis Negotiators. Phil’s experience spans decades, with deployments in some of the tensest, most hostile, high-stake environments across four […]

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3 Lessons on how to Create Peace

True dialogue We live in challenging times. Harvey Weinstein’s actions have opened the door to more and more sexual harassment revelations coming out every day. The Brexit negotiations are in chaos. Germany’s government coalition building attempts are a fiasco.  Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump’s teenage nuclear Twitter fight is frightening and irresponsible. The building […]

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