Do you sometimes suffer from the ‘imposter-syndrome’ and fear that, at any moment, you could be discovered as only ‘faking it’? Have you ever felt powerless, small, isolated, stupid and regretful during a meeting or conversation with people who have a higher status than you? You felt you weren’t present and you either didn’t say […]
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 […]
CEDR has been working over the past several years to build on its reputation as being a thought leader in ADR, to move into the area of conflict management and negotiation training. A further articulation of this has been the introduction of the Negotiation and Leadership Academy. The goal of the Academy is to increase […]
Apparently, 85% of people in the workplace have ideas and knowledge they are afraid to voice to their bosses or colleagues. This is why Microsoft ‘missed’ the internet back in the 90s and why Google somehow managed to miss the social networking hype. I think it’s safe to say at a great majority of Google’s […]
Note: Written on a plane from Lahore to Dubai – Trust me it’s relevant Ok busy people, here’s the background I, like many people, have several mobile devices, which I check regularly. I am not entirely sure when this habit started but this now seems almost unbreakable, except in the sanctuary of a plane. In […]
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