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It’s good to talk

It’s good to talk

Last week I had a 90 minute telephone conflict coaching session with a lawyer in a remote location on the other side of the world.  The purpose of the call was to provide conflict coaching which is aimed at “unlocking a person’s potential to effectively engage with a specific area of conflict that they are […]

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Conflict Management: Ethiopia

Conflict Management: Ethiopia

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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LONDON 2012: Collaborative Spirit

LONDON 2012: Collaborative Spirit

Having been one of the fortunate ones to go to a number of events at the current Olympic Games in London (Athletics, Basketball, Beach Volleyball and Wrestling) I have been impressed by the atmosphere that has been created by the volunteers, armed forces, police and others working to make the competition a success.  While pondering […]

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Facilitating Mediation Development in Pakistan

Facilitating Mediation Development in Pakistan

As part of the 24 month International Finance Corporation (World Bank Group) project within the Middle East and North Africa, Pakistan is one of the countries to partner with CEDR in promoting alternative dispute resolution. I am currently in the Punjab Province of Pakistan working with a Private Sector representative body to assist them in developing a […]

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Looking for leadership inspiration

Looking for leadership inspiration

by Graham Massie, Director of Consultancy and Mediator, CEDR It may not be the most career-enhancing move to worry about leadership in conflict resolution just a couple of months after the boss [Karl Mackie] gets his well-deserved CBE, but I’ve been worrying about where the next generation of leaders are coming from. This thought came […]

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