ADRhub.com recommends you check out the latest issue of the the Journal of Conflictology. The new issue includes:
*The opening article by Neuroscientist David Bueno presents a series of new data on the influence of genes on aggressive behaviour.
* Craig Zelizer develops ananalytical model regarding the role of humor in peacebuilding in dividedsocieties.
* Stean Auguste Nkumb Tshiband engages in a discussion of civilian peacekeeping as contrasted to multidimensionalpeacekeeping based on both practical and theoretical insights
* In her article “Reciprocal recognition as a means of peaceful conflict transformation”, Sonia París makes a claim for nonviolentconflict settlement based on Axel Honneth’s theory of recognition
* The section PIONEERS is this time dedicated to the non-violent resistance of two Maori chiefs in 19th century New Zealand
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What can North Korea teach us about the workplace?
Eric Cissell- Daniel Rose is a business and management consultant who shares some of his thoughts on his personal blog. You can find Daniel's blog [here].His most recent post, "What can North Korea teach us about the workplace?," shared an important thought on how "...North Korea are collectively behaving like a workplace bully. They don’t want to share resources, or even communicate with colleagues at all. At times, they become downright hostile, over what seems to be very little."
Jeff Thompson- In “Four Lesson’s in Adaptive Leadership” Professor Michael Useem makes the case that the highly competitive and unpredictable environments encountered in many organizational settings present leadership challenges not unlike that found on the battlefield.
A Blog On Blogging
Matthew J. Starman- In the many discussions I had during the holiday, the fact that I have been blogging for ADRhub came up multiple times. Some were surprised, others thought it was cool. I did however get one unified reaction, "I could never do that."
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