Counting the Cost of Conflict

CMP Resolution Blog by Lesley Allport and Katherine Graham.

In our final week of watching Carol’s struggle with Mike and her team, we see the outcome which many organisations are all too familiar with, as the employer is now Counting the Costs.

This need not have happened!  There were at least five points on the way when the situation could have taken a turn for the better. But if an investigation is inevitable, then the quicker it’s carried out, the faster a line can be drawn under the situation.

Find out more at;

http://go.cmpresolutions.co.uk/Investing-in-investigations

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Katherine Graham

Katherine Graham has worked in the field of dispute resolution for over 15 years’ as a mediator and trainer. She has mediated on the BBC Learning Zone and has given keynote speeches on conflict management and mediation for The MOD’s Equal Opportunities Conference, Women in Business Annual conference and “Getting Beyond… MORE >

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