Newsletter – May 2011
How to get the Best Result from a Mediation – Part 2
In Part 2 of this article we look at why Confidentiality is the corner stone of Mediation, How Mediation is a Flexible User-friendly Format and why it is a great way to “Reality Check” a clients position.
This article explores some of the techniques, which enable a successful One Day Mediation, Including:-Caucus Mediation, Body Language, Confidentially & The art of Peacemaking
HR urged to spread message on mediation
The benefits of mediation in the workplace must be promoted beyond the HR profession if it is to be effectively utilised to resolve disputes, according to practitioners. “There needs to be a strong nudge from government to employers and employees to buy into the value of mediation.”
Employers turn to mediation to resolve conflict
A UK survey has found that more than three-quarters (77.6%) of employers believe that mediation and other third-party interventions have the potential to reduce the number of tribunal claims.
Employers said that the most appropriate situations for using mediation were: dealing with relationship breakdowns between colleagues (39%) or between managers and employees (38%); perceived bullying or harassment (35%); and perceived discrimination (35%).
Introduction to Mediation Advocacy (CPD Training 6Hrs)
The module that we have devised includes active participation, role play and runs over 5 hours starting at 2:30pm and running till 7:30pm. The cost of the course is €215 & 6 CPD points will be awarded. There has been overwhelming demand for this training, selling out very quickly as the course is limited to 12.
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“I really enjoyed this course & gained a lot from it that will be very beneficial in practice as a barrister” – Catherine McLoone BL – Barrister-at-Law
“Well worth attending and useful in everyday practice” – Kate Craig – Partner, PJ Byrne & Co
“Very effective at imparting mediation skills, discovering what mediation means as a process and learned a lot about the process” – Sarah Scally – (Solicitor) Sarah R Scally & Co.
“A very Interesting introduction to Mediation, Mindsets & the lawyers role within the process” – Kellie Butler BL – Barrister-at-Law
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