Disputes – and therefore mediation – are a serious matter, where knowledge and skill can play key roles in performance or quality and CEDR is always looking at new ways to do this. It took a while, but organisations – including CEDR – eventually realised the proverbial truth hidden in the adage ‘All work no […]
As a 17-year-old boy, having just finished secondary school I went on a one-year adventure living and going to school in Argentina as an exchange student. Ever since that time I have enjoyed interacting with Spanish speakers and practising using the Spanish that I learned in that year. As I began my professional life, I […]
I love conferences – not only because of the wine and usually good food, but because you occasionally get to hear speakers that give you some perspective. “You have a chance to set yourselves apart from many countries in the world by setting best practice standards,” CEDR Project Lead Ranse Howell said at the First […]
Read this blog in Hungarian I started working at CEDR as a course manager two years ago when the CEDR Skills team was expanding due to the increasing number of training courses. The rise from 2012 to 2013 was 50% with over 150 courses in the UK and overseas. CEDR has always offered a comprehensive […]
One of the most frequently asked questions we hear at CEDR is ‘What are your mediator training courses actually like?’ and one of our delegates on the June Mediator Skills Training (MST) course will be offering a delegate’s perspective through a special daily blog series. Helena Peacock is the Legal and HR Director at Penguin […]
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