Election Results: A Mediator’s View

British politics are based on the two-party system, a system which has benefits, but also risks. At worst, it can turn politics into a form of gladiatorial games and the recent electoral campaign tended in that direction. But given the immense challenges we face (specifically Brexit and terrorism), now is not the time to treat […]

Category: Blog | Friday 9 June 2017 | Author: Tania Coke
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‘I’m so busy’ – Finding the time and space to connect at work and beyond

It’s been a busy couple of months at Consensio, and that’s one of my excuses as to why we haven’t written on our blog. I’m just so busy. In fact, these words are uttered often – to my friends when they ask how I am, or to my Mum who calls me in the middle […]

Category: Blog | Thursday 11 May 2017 | Author: Anna Shields
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NHS Trust Takes Unique Approach to Managing Workplace Conflict

One of the UK’s largest and most successful NHS trusts, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (UCLH), as part of their strategic approach to address bullying and harassment, is implementing an innovative new approach to managing workplace conflict with the support of one of the UK’s leading mediation and conflict management providers, Consensio. UCLH […]

Category: Blog | Monday 6 March 2017 | Author: Alex Efthymiades
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Consensio clients featured at Civil Mediation Council’s Workplace Mediation Event

Last week, the Civil Mediation Council (CMC) hosted a workplace mediation event titled ‘Save Time, Save Money, Save Stress – Make Mediation Work for You’. We were delighted to be asked to be on the panel at the event and to have three of our clients, who all use workplace mediation, speak at the event. […]

Category: Blog | Thursday 9 February 2017 | Author: Alex Efthymiades
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Translating English into English – The Workplace Mediator’s Trade

I was privileged to hear the journalist Thomas Friedman speak last week at an event to launch his latest book, ‘Thank you for being late’. For those of you who don’t know him, he is a three-times Pulitzer Prize winning author, and he writes a weekly column for the New York Times.       […]

Category: Blog | Monday 30 January 2017 | Author: Anna Shields
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