Thursday 8th March marks International Women’s Day, a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women and marking a call-to-action for accelerating gender parity. In line with this and our awareness of the importance of diversity, CEDR has signed up to the ‘Inclusive Culture Pledge’ launched by the EW Group, to […]
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 […]
IMAGINE you want to negotiate and you have no clue about what, with whom and where and when to start… IMAGINE you want to negotiate and you have no seat at the table… IMAGINE you want to negotiate and the parameters, rules and goal posts are constantly changing… We could continue this daunting list and […]
By Liz Rivers Negotiation is something professional women do every day and you probably think you’re pretty good at it. I’ll bet you’re great at representing your clients, team or organisation – pulling out all the stops to make sure they get what they deserve. But when it comes to your own interests, are you […]
Do you sometimes suffer from the ‘imposter-syndrome’ and fear that, at any moment, you could be discovered as only ‘faking it’? Have you ever felt powerless, small, isolated, stupid and regretful during a meeting or conversation with people who have a higher status than you? You felt you weren’t present and you either didn’t say […]
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