Mediator Skills Training
CEDR’s Mediator Skills Training gives more than a qualification to mediate:
Negotiation Effectiveness in Mediation
Good negotiators learn to put themselves in the other party’s shoes and view issues from another perspective. Taking the neutral third party role in negotiations provides a unique insight into how to engage with negotiators with sharply different interests and demands and to practice bridging these gaps away from the pressured negotiation context.
"I have a mediation coming up and will now prepare very differently!" Partner, Law Firm
Management and Coaching Skills
Effective mediators learn how to listen, how to influence with a purpose while recognising other’s interests. Managers and coaches too must work with different personalities and agendas and formulate problem-solving paths which others can own.
"The most valuable self-development management training course I have been involved in – improving and impacting upon my own personal skills and making me aware of those I don’t have." Managing Director, Investment Company
Managers have to facilitate project outcomes through people and varied stakeholder groups. The CEDR Mediator Skills Training is one of the world’s best introductions to what a highly structured facilitation process can look and feel like and participants can apply this learning but having been tested in a rigorously structured (and safe) environment.
"I was able immediately to put the additional knowledge to work resulting in a marked improvement on my productivity. I am been better able to facilitate the successful conclusion of problematic disputes". Senior Manager, United Nations
Becoming a mediator
For those who wish to begin this journey, CEDR’s Mediator Skills Training accreditation is one of the most widely recognised international standards of accreditations.
“It must go without saying that the CEDR course is the Rolls Royce of mediator skills training”. General Counsel, Oil & Gas Company
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