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Residential Summer School:
Using Mediation Skills as a Leader*

 

Dates:  Sunday 3 September, 16.30 – Wednesday 6 September, 16.30 2017

*Module One of Core's Flagship Mediation Course
(see full details here)

Our Summer School is a world-class course, at a world-class venue, for leaders who are seeking to acquire the leading edge in enhancing their communication, negotiation and conflict resolution skills. 

Mediation skills are needed now more than ever to face the complex challenges of businesses and organisations. Our course will equip you to be a skilled mediator and negotiator—and enhance your existing skills—for leading collaborative projects and partnerships, managing and reducing conflict and negotiating really effectively.

Our course participants have come from the public and private sectors, government, banking, the commercial and legal sectors, alongside independent consultants and others, from throughout the UK and Europe.  

The Summer School will be led by John Sturrock, internationally recognised as a leader in the field of mediation and negotiation, who has pioneered high quality training in business, the professions and commerce in Scotland and abroad. He has considerable experience of decision-making in business and the public sector and will be sharing that on the course, along with experienced colleagues, Liz RiversCharlie Woods and Hugh Donald.

Register here

If you do not wish to register yet but wish to express serious interest, email Miriam Haboubi or call 0131 524 8188.

CPD: 24+ hours



Some feedback from our Summer School:

"Thank you so much for your efforts in organising, hosting and delivering the Summer School. It was a fantastic learning experience… We quickly realised the impact and usefulness of the techniques we had learned! What a well organised and brilliantly delivered event."

Associate in law firm | Summer School Participant 2016 

  "Sincere thanks for your patience and unending enthusiasm. This course has made a huge, sustainable difference for me. Not just in work, but even in how I speak to my children…” 

Director, Environmental Consultancy | Summer School Participant 2016

“One of the best things about the course was the like-minded people I met, all of whom were dealing with conflict in the course of their work, and all of whom were intent upon learning how to deal with it better. What a great bunch of people.” 

Summer School Participant 2016


You will learn:


• The different stages in communication, problem-solving, negotiation and decision-making
• How best to prepare and plan for difficult negotiations
• Essential communication strategies to use when under pressure
• Effective questioning techniques to get to the heart of a problem
• How to build and maintain rapport and working relationships in difficult situations
• Strategies to deal with emotion, polarisation and anger
• Techniques to break impasse and deadlock
• How to find creative solutions to problems based on real interests and needs
• How to undertake the role of the independent facilitator


Benefits to you, your organisation and others:


• Enhanced leadership and decision-making in tough situations
• Savings in time and cost
• Better and more productive business relationships
• Enhanced morale and effectiveness in the workplace and boardroom
• More effective approaches to difficult negotiations 
• Collaborative problem-solving with colleagues, clients and contractors
• High performance handling of complaints
• Reduction in disputes and better managed conflict
• Improved management and assessment of risk

Register here

If you do not wish to register yet but wish to express serious interest, email Miriam Haboubi or call 0131 524 8188.

Mediator Certification

Mediator Competency and Assessment Modules


Use the Summer School experience to go on and achieve Core's valuable certification in our Mediator Competency (CPD: 16+ hours) and Assessment (CPD: 16+ hours) Modules.

Dates: 5 - 6 October and 2 - 3 November 2016 (Optional Practice Day on 1 November)
Location: Central Edinburgh

Read here for further details

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