The sun is shining in London, presents are piling up under the tree, you’ve eaten more chocolate than you can handle at this point, and Christmas is less than a week away. The holiday season is in full swing and many of us are basking in its glow. It’s therefore hard to imagine that just a […]
By James South, CEDR Director of Training For those interested in negotiation, the forming of the recent coalition government in the United Kingdom is an excellent case study. Last night’s documentary on the BBC – ‘Five days that changed Britain’ – offers a fascinating insight into what makes for effective negotiations and what does not. […]
by Dr Karl Mackie CBE There are challenging conversations which need to held after the Gulf oil leak and the environmental disaster that has beset that region and BP, with many examples of fraught communications in the unfolding events. Over the years CEDR has been fortunate to work with many energy companies, including BP, and […]
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