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 […]
I have recently returned from course managing the final module in CEDR’s Certificate in Advanced Negotiation. Thirteen delegates worked together for a total of seven intensive training days spread over five months held residentially, in Surrey. Having observed the modules I became aware of that we may not realise but negotiation is a key skill […]
The further east I go in the world, the more I find I have to be aware of culture, conflict and methods of effective communication. I am fortunate to be able to travel to many different places and often find that I have to use less familiar airlines and transit through some rather interesting places. […]
One of the real highlights of the Olympics and Paralympics – for me at least – was how everyone was totally in awe of the athletes. Pretty much everyone agreed that Ennis, Simmonds, Farah et al were breath-taking in what they achieved and the classy way they did it. There has been a lot of […]
I have just returned from three weeks of work with one of the major UN agencies. The aim is to change the culture across the organisation to encourage internal conflict to be managed proactively. CEDR have conducted train the trainers for a group of staff drawn from operations across the world and are now working […]
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