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Blue Monday

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 […]

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Adult Learning: Unconscious incompetence to conscious excellence?

CEDR’s mission is to inspire business to use mediation when managing and resolving disputes.  A large part of this is ensuring that mediators are trained to a standard of excellence.  Understanding how adults learn is key to learning transfer, skill acquisition and ultimately effective mediation training.  Adults learn better by doing rather than just seeing […]

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Conflict Management Skills Training, Dublin

On Thursday 10th October, CEDR Ireland ran an interactive conflict management skills workshop in Dublin which was attended by professionals from a wide range of professional backgrounds. The workshop was delivered by the James South and Tracey Fox from the CEDR Training Faculty. Conflict is inevitable in the workplace. It has been reported that, on […]

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‘The One Where CEDR Writes A Book’

While the nation welcomed Prince George of Cambridge to the world earlier this month,  in June CEDR experienced their own small “special delivery”. Representing nearly 18 months of careful planning, research, crafting and revision CEDR’s latest book, “Effective Conflict Management”,  arrived hot off of the press on a grey Friday afternoon. Published by the Institute […]

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Stand Up, Speak Up: Embracing Conflict for Positive Results

Stand Up, Speak Up: Embracing Conflict for Positive Results

Apparently, 85% of people in the workplace have ideas and knowledge they are afraid to voice to their bosses or colleagues. This is why Microsoft ‘missed’ the internet back in the 90s and why Google somehow managed to miss the social networking hype. I think it’s safe to say at a great majority of Google’s […]

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