Startups and disputes – how to prevent disagreements from getting out of hand. An expert Q&A with mediation expert John Scott, Abune

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In the latest instalment from our Covid-19 expert Q&A video series, we're joined by John Scott from Abune to talk about how to prevent disagreements from getting out of hand as a startup.

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1:29 - What are the tell tale signs that a potential problem is brewing in to a dispute?

6:29 - How can we put in place good foundations for handling disputes?

12:00 - What behaviours/activities are inadvisable when a disagreement arises?

20:55 - When does it make sense to bring in a mediator? And is it easy to do this? costly?

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