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Consensio and Guy’s & St. Thomas’ NHS Trust speak at HPMA mediation seminar

Earlier this month, we were pleased to be invited by the Healthcare People Management Association (HPMA) to deliver a mediation seminar to its members. The HPMA is the professional voice of HR in healthcare. It has over 7,000 members and its aim is to support and develop HR staff to improve the people management contribution […]

Category: Blog | Thursday 29 December 2016 | Author: Alex Efthymiades
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Consensio’s 2016 mediation and conflict management news round up

This week on our blog, we are highlighting are non-blog articles that have been featured in many leading HR and Training Journals in 2016. We have written about many different issues relating to workplace mediation and conflict management, and pulled all of the articles into an annual news round-up. So you think you’re a good […]

Category: Blog | Thursday 15 December 2016 | Author: Anna Shields
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Consensio Recruiting Experienced Workplace Mediators and Workplace Mediation Training Associates

We are experiencing rapid growth and are seeking to hire experienced associate workplace mediation trainers and mediators to join our growing team. We work with some of the most well-known and high profile private, public and third sector organisations in the UK and Europe. Responsibilities will include: Delivery of accredited and short workplace mediation skills […]

Category: Blog | Thursday 17 November 2016 | Author: Hannah King
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Is Workplace Conflict a Hidden Reason Employees Leave?

We recently ordered a book titled The 7 Hidden Reasons Employees Leave, by Leigh Branham. Because of our work as workplace mediators, this is an important topic that we deal with on a daily basis. The book is based on in-depth analysis by the Saratoga Institute of data gathered from exit interviews. The data suggests […]

Category: Blog | Wednesday 12 October 2016 | Author: Alex Efthymiades
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Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, Maslow’s hammer, and workplace mediation!

On every accredited workplace mediation training course we deliver, we talk about human needs, and Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs is often a useful starting point for new mediators to understand the needs that parties in conflict might bring to a workplace mediation. Whether it’s about mutual respect, being valued as a member of a […]

Category: Blog | Thursday 15 September 2016 | Author: Anna Shields
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