Noam Ebner- ...So far as the conference itself is concerned, this was certainly a successful event. New contacts were made, new ideas were voiced, and the borders of how negotiation could or should be taught have once again been challenged. I know that each time I challenged my own comfort or habit zones in conversations or workshops, I came out loaded with new ideas to try out, and newfound appreciation for people doing things differently than I am.
I’ve already described how Andrew and Vivian’s tea ceremony workshop was able to draw out a new kind of negotiation conversation, and indeed, this led me to join a group of teachers interested in exploring how negotiation can be taught through engaging in class activities that are quite decidedly not negotiation...
Jason Dykstra- Whenever I say Intent, Action, Effect it always feels like I'm saying lights,
Anyways...let’s take a moment and look at this model together. I really like this model because we are able to break down virtually every conversation we have and talk about what our private motives were and what was the public event/action that took place.
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