Behind the scenes - Creating Sheridan Worldwide Brand
The hummingbird is the only bird in the world that can fly backwards and hover, so it has the ability to assess a situation or issue from all angles before deciding the best approach. We too take into account different perspectives, giving both us and our clients time to think and space to grow. We also are unique, active and agile, and like the hummingbird, we won’t take on challenges to which we are not best suited. Other birds have other skills, but the hummingbird symbolises ours.
Caroline Sheridan, CEO & Founder
Founder Caroline Sheridan is one of the most experienced workplace and commercial mediators today.
She is rated annually in both Legal 500 and Chambers UK and is consistently reappointed by clients who are impressed by her high success rate in settling disputes.
CEDR accredited in 2006, Caroline is a member of the CEDR Chambers Panel and Chair of the Civil Mediation Council’s Workplace and Employment group.
Caroline is also an executive coach and supervisor with expertise across a range of industries.
Our Global Footprint
Based across EMEA, AsiaPac, the America and the UK, we celebrate a diverse faculty who offer a wide range of commercial experience and familiarity with a myriad of cultures, languages and processes
Latest Case Studies
London Stock Exchange Group: MD 360 programme
MD 360 programmeA key aspiration of the Executive Committee was to create a Feedback Culture. To support this aspiration we partnered with LSEG and designed a 360˚ feedback process, where MD’s had the opportunity to learn from the feedback they received to improve...
Mentoring circles Global Technology firm
Mentoring circlesA global FTSE 250 firm’s Women’s inclusion Network saw the need to create connection between people after the lockdowns and following the merger between LSEG and Refinitiv. Mentoring circles offer more people the opportunity of connection and...
One team ethos – UK Wealth Management firm
One team ethosThe recently-appointed MD of the Distribution division planned to bring his top 70 leaders and influencers together for a day to set out his vision, plans, and expectations for 2020. After 3 months in role, he had observed his team operating in silos,...
Leading an inclusive culture (part 2) – Global Banking Group
Leading an inclusive cultureFollowing work at the executive level, there was a desire to understand how best to cascade the inclusion strategy across the business, in particular: · To agree how best to communicate the inclusion strategy and desired behaviour change;...
We are courageous in our approach. We lead by example and we are willing to challenge the status quo to realise brilliance in people and organisations
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