It was an early start on a grey rainy day for the 4 ½ – hour journey to the venue and on arrival I found that we had only 2 rooms booked – an office and a very cosy storage room no bigger than a cupboard. This was a workplace dispute where the breakdown in […]
Conflicts do not appear out of the blue. They arise from social tension that builds up, and if not properly identified, can escalate, and become destructive. We can broadly identify three levels of conflicts: The everyday difficult relationships that will always arise between people. A conflict with a colleague, tensions in a team, rumours spreading […]
Why techniques in team communication can make a difference in stressful situations Love Island, the break-out reality TV show of 2017, now in its third week of the new 2018 season, looks to repeat its success by showing us couples’ relationships in turmoil. However, the show is only partially about romantic attachments, it also explores […]
With one year to go until the UK leaves the EU, we’ve analysed some of the twists and turns of the Brexit negotiations so far. March 2017 – And we’re off – Theresa May announces the Brexit date for 2019 This was the equivalent of forcing your entire family onto a rollercoaster because some of […]
Today there are more businesses than ever using mediation to resolve their disputes. The mediation market is constantly growing there are now well over 10,000 mediations taking place annually (more if you include small claims run through schemes for businesses) in England and Wales – according to CEDR’s Mediation Audit. With over 300 mediators registered […]
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