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Laura Kirkpatrick is a Partner at Solution Talk and has over 16 years of experience working in the field of conflict resolution and is an Accredited Mediator, Professional Practice Consultant, Trainer and Restorative Justice Facilitator. Learn more at: www.solutiontalk.co.uk

The Power of An Apology

The Power of An Apology

“I’ve not done anything wrong, they’re the ones making all the noise and disturbing us; so why should I mediate?” These were the opening words we were met with when we went to visit a very reluctant neighbor who had been experiencing noise nuisance from the studio apartment above for over a year. How would […]

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