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Leadership investment and agility are closely connected

I’m fascinated at the moment by the increasingly clear case for investing in your leaders on the one hand and, on the other, how great leaders respond to the fast-changing business environment. The two things are, of course, linked. Investment in excellent leadership development creates an environment to challenge senior leaders to be the best […]

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How to be a better leader

There’s more to being a good boss than having the title and responsibility of telling people what to do. Leadership comes with many challenges, and to become effective you need to know how to guide and motivate your employees. Be agile Be prepared for disruption – it’s not all going to plain sailing in business. […]

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Great leaders accept their limitations

So much of the discussion around the nurturing of top talent is about leaders coming to terms with their limitations – and turning this to their advantage. We’ve found that corporate resilience can be built through leaders helping their employees understand and be prepared for the sense of vulnerability inevitable during times of change. To […]

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Reasserting humanity during times of disruption

It’s been a great January for us with our debut in the esteemed publication The Parliamentary Review. Sheridan Resolutions features alongside the Prime Minister and a small number of outstanding organisations looking back on the year in the legal sector and Westminster. The Parliamentary Review is sent to over half a million leading policy makers, stakeholders in […]

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Let’s celebrate UK Mediation Awareness Week!

It’s UK Mediation Awareness Week– and at Sheridan Resolutions we’re delighted to support, promote and celebrate all the events taking place from the 14th to 20th October. Awareness is growing that the mediation of disputes can provide solutions which meet the needs of all parties, cost much less than litigation, are dealt with more speedily, avoid disruption to business, […]

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Take the positives from conflict

Resolving workplace conflict is not easy, but perhaps the first step is to stop always thinking of it as a problem. We see confrontation and disagreement as negative, damaging and to be avoided at all costs. We think that talking about a problem will be uncomfortable, or even make things worse, so we try and […]

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Why workplace conversations are more important than ever 

Like many other people, I have felt very troubled recently by the terrorist attacks in London and Manchester and of course the Grenfell Tower tragedy. The victims – and their families – of all of these terrible events of course need a different scale of time and space in which to grieve. For the rest […]

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Small steps make a big difference

Everywhere you go, there are opportunities to understand and appreciate the benefits of mediation across all walks of life. The mediation of disputes can provide solutions which meet the needs of all parties, cost much less than litigation, are dealt with more speedily, avoid disruption, remove the debilitating effects of conflict and restore relationships. In the […]

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