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Fixing the Middle East – the ingredients of a National Dialogues

Fixing the Middle East – the ingredients of a National Dialogues

by Dr Karl Mackie CBE, mediator and Chief Executive, CEDR Recent events have been moving so fast it is as if several years of history-making events have been squeezed into a matter of weeks. For CEDR, it was important but intriguing, that the Royal Family in Bahrain responded to the recent national unrest with a call […]

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Tough Times for News Corp

Tough Times for News Corp

by Andy Rogers, Associate Director and Mediator, CEDR At CEDR we know that conflict can, and does, come from anywhere in working life. This has certainly been true for News Corporation in the UK (and its companies News International and BSkyB) which in the last months has turned from news reporter and entertainer to being […]

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Negotiating through the holidays

Negotiating through the holidays

By Ranse Howell, Mediator and Consultant, CEDR Skills The holiday season is full excitement, fun and yes… stress!  Plenty of opportunity to reflect on some of the principals and skills used on CEDR’s Certificate of Advanced Negotiation, and although many of the topics covered refer to how to negotiate ‘at work’, these skills can just as […]

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In defence of the difficult conversation – but not at any cost

In defence of the difficult conversation – but not at any cost

by Andy Rogers, Associate Director and Mediator, CEDR There has been an interesting response from certain quarters of the media over the announcement last Friday on expenditure by the Cabinet Office, at the heart of UK Government, which included staff training in ‘difficult conversations’. The ‘difficult conversations’ item was picked out probably for a couple […]

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