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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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Investor State Mediation Training

For three days in mid-June this year, CEDR partnered with the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID), International Mediation Institute (IMI) and the International Energy Charter, to conduct the first Investor State (IS) mediator training at the World Bank in Washington, D.C.  Whether a Windfarm in Chile or a Hydroelectric Plant in Indonesia, […]

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Ask a Negotiator: Felicity Steadman

In April 2017, CEDR launched its flagship negotiation training for individuals, Advanced Negotiation skills. In this Ask an Expert session, we spoke to Felicity Steadman, one of our lead negotiation trainers. Felicity is a full-time negotiator, mediator, facilitator and trainer in dispute resolution skills. She developed her negotiation experience over 25 years in extensive labour […]

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Organisational mediation: Weeding out conflict

Still too often, organisational conflict looks like “business as usual”. From differences between colleagues to boardroom fallouts, teams that should collaborate sometimes turn into “intense corporate warzones” as Fiona Colquhoun, CEDR Director and mediator defined it at yesterday’s workshop on Organisational Mediation. Chaired by Fiona Colquhoun, five experts – Emilie Cole, Partner at Bindmans; Scott Maynard, […]

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You are not alone: separating people and problem

What to do when a disputant can’t make a deal or ‘face up’ to reality The landmark negotiation book ‘Getting to Yes” (by Roger Fisher and William Ury) talks about the importance of separating the person from the problem. This is of course a nice idea, but the reality for most of us is that […]

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