The University of Missouri’s Center for the Study…
This episode is a special edition for the Association for Conflict Resolution's (ACR) annual conference and virtual track.
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What would it take to make you a more confident negotiator? Would you like to know …
- Simple no-cost things you can do to save time, money
and energy before you ever think about negotiating?
- The top 3 negotiation blunders, breakthroughs, and solutions
- Tips on handling counter-productive behavior and the #1 thing you must never negotiate
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What's Happening in Conflict Resolution" is a weekly round up of the all the ADR news, jobs, events and more. Check it out each week and view past versions [HERE].
This is the week of the Werner Institute’s 10th…Continue
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I’d like to share an article that recently came out in the current issue of Negotiation Journal; an article that reflects, essentially, the main effort of the past two years of professional work.
2014 was, for me, The Year of the MOOC. Most of my time that year was dedicated to creating a Massive Open Online Course entitled Negotiation: Navigating Professional and Personal…Continue
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As many of you know, I’ve been (unsuccessfully) trying to become a decent tennis player, and now the moment has come when I know all hope is lost: My 12 year-old can play me under the table.
Despite this, I decided she and I would “team up” and play doubles against two friends of mine who are about our level. And, all was going well – until I messed up a few times. Well, this upset my daughter to the point that she mumbled, “I didn’t want you on my team in the first place.”…Continue
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Couples often have differences about finances in their marriages, and those differences become exacerbated in divorce. In this program, we will look at the issues in divorce financial planning, the emotional components of financial decision-making, and how couples can resolve…Continue
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Have you ever been part of a group that was clicking? Getting things done? Proud of its accomplishments?
What’s working for that group to be so engaged?
Engagement is definitely more than just enlisting followers or convincing people to join your cause. You can tell if this has happened with a group. Participants are just there to see what everyone else is up to … not to be active, full time participants.
How do you invigorate engagement in…Continue
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I'd like to share news of this writing competition focusing on negotiation, which is open to law, graduate and conflict resolution students from all around the world.
Good luck, and enjoy!
The University of Missouri’s Center for the Study…
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Several years ago, I had the good fortune to work with a skilled facilitator at a strategic planning retreat for a local non-profit. I was her Vanna White, so I was able to sit back and observe.
The first thing agenda item with this group was a visioning exercise. And it was great fun.Continue
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When we lived in Reno, (then) UNR quarterback Colin Kaepernick was all the rage – the man was an amazing athlete, and his personal story was just as compelling as his skill. Adopted at a young age to a couple who lost two sons to heart defects, he seemed humble and hard-working, kind and generous to fans.
Fast-forward a few years, and he’s now the starting QB for the San Francisco 49ers. Which seems like a storybook ending to his journey. Except, now, he’s in the news for an…Continue
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Covenant House New York (Covenant House) is seeking an Ombudsperson to promote and protect the rights, dignity, safety and quality of care of youth who are in residence or receiving services (“youth”) from Covenant House…
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We're gearing up for the Moving Negotiation Theory from the Tower of Babel Toward a World of... symposium. Part of this gearing is an ongoing conversation of negotiation books and topics.
Check out this compilation of negotiation frameworks posted by John Lande on…Continue
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As a “glass half-full” kind of gal, I’d LIKE to think that we all have the instinct to resolve conflict. I’d like to believe we WANT to resolve conflict because that’s what’s best for society, our family, and our livelihood.
But, alas, I’m wrong.
At least, that’s according to Deborah Wilhelm, a counselor from Waukegan School District 60 in Chicago. John Flink from the Chicago Tribune wrote an article about Wilhelm and her work with schools in Chicago:
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