Our vision is to achieve a society in which people, workplaces and organisations are skilled in negotiation, conflict management and dispute resolution.
We do this by:
Our courses and workshops are conducted both on an in-house basis and as public courses. Conflict Dynamics' trainers receive consistently excellent feedback from delegates. The world-class standards of Conflict Dynamics training were recognised in 2012 when the Conflict Dynamics Commercial Mediator Skills training course received the CEDR ADR Trainer's Award in the UK. Conflict Dynamics has accredited over 500 mediators to world standards.
Conflict Dynamics offers accredited mediators for a wide range of disputes, through its CD Direct service. All CD Direct mediators are also accredited by the South African Dispute Settlement Accreditation Council.
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
"Liz and Felicity are deeply committed to the advancement of women and extremely knowledgeable about the challenges women face. Their balance of seriousness, vulnerability and humour in their training makes it very valuable. "
- Amanda Lamond, Director Centre for Integrative Law and LWOLELA
"One of the most value aspects of the course is the role-plays because you are able to get hands-on experience and get exposure to the kinds of disputes that could go to mediation."
- Delegate, August 2015 course
News about the International Arbitration Act, No. 15 of 2017
22 Jan 2018 - "The recently published South African International Arbitration Act, No. 15 of 2017: International Arbitration Act, 2017 A long-awaited step towards securing investor confidence in South Africa."
Video discussions about Bargaining Councils
24 Aug 2017 - "View our four new videoed conversations between John Brand and Wynand Stapelberg, discussing Bargaining Councils and current trends in collective bargaining. "
Opening address of the Johannesburg GPC Series event by Judge Edwin Cameron, of the Constitutional Court of South Africa
12 Jul 2017 - "The opening address to the Johannesburg the Global Pound Conference Series was delivered by Judge Edwin Cameron, of the Constitutional Court of South Africa. Read what he had to say on “Shaping the Future of Dispute Resolution & Improving Access to Justice”."