We’re reading a lot these days about leaders who bully.
A new study has claimed 44% of UK business directors haven’t had any training on workplace harassment.
What can you do if you think your case cannot be resolved by mediation?
There’s a thin line between a high-performance workplace with high expectations and an organisation poisoned by bullying.
New Interview with Nina Meierding - The Future of Mediation and Negotiation in Our Culture, Politics and Society
New interview with Nina Meierding by Robert Benjamin as part of Mediate's new "The Future of Mediation and Negotiation in Our Culture, Politics and Society" video series.
A lack of attention to investigating an accusation of assault has cost King’s College NHS Foundation Trust a reported £1 million payout.
I was a fan of Facebook from my first login. I registered right after it opened to the public in 2006, and I led most of my friends onto the platform. I am now choosing to leave Facebook.
In the 9 years since I left my own toxic workplace, I’ve coached and consulted with people in all stages of being bullying or mobbed (bullied by a group).
These are dark times, especially if you are part of the loose community of people who by virtue of nature and/or nurture, are of a mediative persuasion.
In the aftermath of the Parkland crisis, the surrounding community and mediators/peacebuilders have been called to assist in efforts with the Crime Commission, law enforcement and even SWAT to work in the area of youth violence prevention.
Whether the bully is your boss or another employee, setting boundaries can be challenging.
Those of us who have survived workplace bullying or mobbing (bullying by a group) know how awful and traumatizing it is.
When most people think of high conflict people (HCPs), they think of bad behavior. The goal seems to be to get them to STOP their bad behavior, by verbally motivating them to have insights into how bad they are acting. However, the high conflict behavior of HCPs is not driven by logic and self-awareness.
Student welfare at the University of Cambridge received a funding boost today as part of a sector-wide drive to embed a zero-tolerance approach to all forms of harassment on campus.
Life’s lessons come when you least expect them, and my mediation training comes in handy at such unexpected times.
When I was in the middle of horrific, workplace experiences, I did whatever I could to protect myself from the worst effects of bullying and mobbing.
The Government has announced £4.4m funding for 10 innovative schemes to tackle bullying in schools.
Everybody seems to be angry lately, and a lot of people are writing about it.
Workplace bullying is a growing international problem. It is more than a one-time incident. It is a pattern of behavior between a bully and another worker which can demoralize, isolate and trigger illness in the target of the bully.
When employment relationships take a turn, there can often feel like there is no way back. However, mediation can be a powerful tool in rehabilitating working relationships.
There are three changes in the educational and social context that suggest the need for a more technologically sophisticated version of peer mediation.
I suspect that we have all vented our anger at some point in time. But is it really a good idea?
Zena Zumeta explains the difficulties she sees with using an evaluative approach. However, she sees how it can be useful in a dispute where there is a power imbalance.
For years, I’ve sought data on how much sickness absence is caused by workplace conflict. I know that conflict makes people go off sick with stress – but how could I prove this?
ACR's original intention was for Conflict Resolution Day to be promoted by community centers around the country. The belief is that if the public has a better understanding and awareness of mediation, they will be more likely to hire a mediator. And the more mediators that are hired, the better for all of us!