communication

The process by which parties discuss and deal with the elements of a negotiation. (Michael L. Moffitt and Robert C. Bordone, eds., Handbook of Dispute Resolution [Program on Negotiation/Jossey-Bass, 2005], 284)

The following items are tagged communication.

May 2014

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Beyond Walking Away: Facing Difficult Negotiation Tactics Head-On: Coping with Lies, Threats, and Insults? Here’s How to Change the Game.

Get Past “Us” versus “Them”: A New Book Applies an Old Philosophy to Resolving Moral Conflicts.

Facebook’s Purchase of WhatsApp: Behind the Eye-Popping Acquisition.

Dear Negotiation Coach: Cooling Off After Conflict.

April 2014

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Manage the Tension Between Claiming and Creating Value: Balance the Costs and Benefits of Sharing Information in Business Negotiations

In Negotiation, Emotional Intelligence Brings Mixed Results: The Ability to Regulate and Read Emotions May Be Less of a Boon to a Negotiator Than You May Expect.

Bringing Congress Back to the Negotiating Table: Political Science Offers a New Perspective on Washington Gridlock

Dear Negotiation Coach: The Benefits of Nonverbal Communication in Negotiation.

Afghanistan 2014: The Way Forward

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Katherine Hunter

The Herbert C. Kelman Seminar on International Conflict Analysis and Resolution is pleased to present:

Afghanistan 2014: The Way Forward
with

Katherine Hunter
Weatherhead Center Fellow
Former Senior Deputy Country Representative, Asia Foundation in Afghanistan
and

Sangar Rahimi
Afghan journalist for the New York Times
2014 Nieman Fellow
Monday, March 3
4:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Room K-354, CGIS Knafel Building
Weatherhead Center for International Affairs
1737 Cambridge Street, Cambridge, MA
 
About

March 2014

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Lessons from a Master Negotiator: Nelson Mandela.

Negotiation Research You Can Use: The High Cost of (Unconcious) Racial Bias

Questioning Authority: Negotiating with Uninformed Parties

Dear Negotiation Coach: What Can I Do To Feel Less Anxious When I Negotiate?

The Meaning of Mandela in Today’s South Africa

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The Herbert C. Kelman Seminar on International Conflict Analysis and Resolution is pleased to present:

The Meaning of Mandela in Today’s South Africa
with

Greg Marinovich
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist from South Africa
2014 Nieman Fellow
 
Monday, February 10
4:00 – 5:30 p.m.
Room K-354, CGIS Knafel Building
Weatherhead Center for International Affairs
1737 Cambridge Street, Cambridge, MA
 
About the Speaker:
Greg Marinovich is a South African Pulitzer

Top 10 International Negotiations of 2013: Apple’s Apology in China

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In China this April, Apple CEO Timothy D. Cook made the unusual move of apologizing to Chinese customers for his company’s warranty policy and promised to make amends, the New York Times reports.

On March 15, International Consumers’ Day in China, the nation’s largest state-run television network criticized Apple for giving iPhone customers in China a short warranty and for charging consumers to replace faulty back covers on iPhones. Apple products are immensely popular in China.

February 2014

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Negotiators: Prepare to Go with the Flow – Change and uncertainty mark today’s negotiations. A new book helps us draw on our innate creativity to adapt and thrive.

Smart Phones, Smart Negotiators? Our ability to negotiate 24/7 presents both challenges and opportunities.

Nothing But Net Profit: The NBA and “The Greatest Deal Known to Man.”

Dear Negotiation Coach: Defending Against Scope Creep.

January 2014

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Ask Better Questions in Negotiation – Gather Information That Will Expand Possibilities.

Women Negotiators – Focus on Power and Status.

Crisis Negotiations at JPMorgan – Banking on a Deal with the DOJ.

Accountability and Transparency: National Security, the Media and the Public Good

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The Herbert C. Kelman Seminar on International Conflict Analysis and Resolution is pleased to present:

Accountability and Transparency: National Security, the Media and the Public Good
with

Joe Klein
Shorenstein Fellow
Political columnist for Time magazine
and

Frank Thorp IV
Retired Navy Rear Admiral
Former Senior Vice President for Marketing and Communications for the United Service Organization
 
Monday, December 2, 2013
4:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Bowie Vernon Room