February 6th, 2017
In this article from the Program on Negotiation from the Harvard Law School Katie Shock offers some interesting ideas for consideration. Her four key points are:
January 30th, 2017
Insights on how mediation works in a law suit and to increase the probability of success it is very important to use a mediator that has experience in applicable business acumen.
January 23rd, 2017
This article from the Program on Negotiation Harvard Law School Daily Blog focuses on Conflict Management: Intervening in Workplace Conflict. Unresolved conflict in the workplace can fester,
January 16th, 2017
Yvette Erasmus, PsyD LD asks a question about stonewalling and then provides some very good ideas from neuroscience. Stonewalling is “when the listener withdraws from the interaction, shutting down and closing themselves off from the speaker because they are feeling overwhelmed or physiologically flooded.” So what does Dr. Erasmus suggest to bring the conversation back on course?
January 2nd, 2017
In this article from the Harvard Law School Program on Negotiation entitled “What are the Top Three Defensive Negotiations Strategies You Need to Know? “the program staff suggest:
1. “Prepare, prepare, prepare;
December 26th, 2016
In this article from the Harvard Law School Program on Negotiation entitled Value Creation in Negotiation: Build on your differences in Integrative negotiations Katie Shock offers three major insights. Rewording the title, I am offering the following instead “How to Bui
December 19th, 2016
In this article by Professor Lawrence Susskind of MIT he presents ideas on this topic entitled Environmental Negotiations and 15 Things About Environmental Dispute Resolution. The article was published by the Program on Negoti
December 12th, 2016
In this article from the Program on Negotiation from the Harvard Law School blog by Katie Shonk, she summarizes four key points from Northwestern University professor Leigh L.
December 5th, 2016
Asking this differently… are you a good driver? Everyone believes they are a good driver, it’s the other drivers that have concerns. I have found that asking others if they are good negotiators, the typical response is that they believe they are good negotiators or they would not have gotten to where they are. The same concept holds. In this blog I want to share some thoughts to make you a