Training and development: Living with Conflict

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What is conflict mediation?

Conflict mediation is the process in which disagreements are solved or settled with the support of a neutral third party. Ideally, this type of conflict resolution will be less adversarial and more flexible and creative in identifying and putting into action a solution that both parties feel able to accept.

Who do I talk to?

More information specific to each Area will be forthcoming. In the meantime, to contact Andrew Corsie directly (the Area Director of Training and Development with overall responsibility for conflict mediation within the Diocese), email mediation [@] london.anglican.org.

How do I make a referral?

This varies by Area, and more information will be forthcoming. To contact Andrew Corsie directly (the Area Director of Training and Development with overall responsibility for conflict mediation within the Diocese), email mediation [@] london.anglican.org.

Transition and Transformation Network

The Network is a senior leadership group that meets three times a year to review the resources available within the Diocese and the methods of accessing those resources. The group considers suggestions for improving what is available and examines current thinking on conflict resolution, mediation and resilience to help ensure that the Diocese provides a range of support for its diverse communities.

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