Gavin Emerson is a highly experienced communicator, educator, advisor, psychological therapist and is also an accredited mediator. Gavin Emerson has spent over 20 years advising and developing psychological communication strategies to improve outcomes in corporate, legal, medical, and private sectors. As a conflict engagement specialist he has assisted in many different environments, particularly with his skills and knowledge in constructively managing private and professional disputes. Gavin Emerson regularly speaks about disputes and conflict intelligence at international conferences. In addition, he has considerable experience in developing and presenting higher educational programes on specialised communication. (please see client testimonials)
Dr Robert Dupe. Scientific Advisor, BA, BSc, PhD
Robert Dupe is a key medical/scientific advisor at Conflict Intelligence, providing relevant clinical input. He also is a senior lecturer and presenter who has considerable experience in pharmaco-biology, which underpins the emotional, cognitive and behavioural responses of those in dispute. In addition, he is extremely experienced in the brief strategic treatment of and anxiety, fear and trauma. He has spent considerable time in the field of cardiovascular medicine and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine. He also has considerable experience lecturing on both post graduate and undergraduate programmes.
Conflict Intelligence Team
In addition, our specialist team is comprised of advisors and consultants from the fields of communication, dispute resolution, coaching, mediation, science, medicine, psychological therapy, business and law.
Our mission is to transform disputes through providing essential knowledge and skills, which are underpinned by science and psychology. To increase the conflict intelligence of those involved and improve both their communication and engagement.
Gavin Emerson and our team are regularly invited to speak about dispute engagement and conflict intelligence at a range of international conferences.