About: PON Staff

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These posts are the product of collaboration among the PON staff.

  • A harmonious ending
  • When a little power is a dangerous thing
  • When a little power is a dangerous thing
  • Too eager to close?
  • Too eager to close?
  • Getting past “You go first”
  • Getting past “You go first”
  • Harvard Programs Host Discussion on “Why Is It Hard to Talk About War? Bridging the Civilian – Military Divide” with Congressman-Elect Seth Moulton and PON Managing Director Susan Hackley
  • Negotiation Skills: Could I Really Make a Difference?
  • Harvard Negotiation Law Review Symposium: “Restorative Justice: Theory Meets Application”
  • Dispute Resolution: Warren Christopher – A Negotiator That Flew Under the Radar
  • For Sony Pictures Execs, The Interview Tested Negotiation Skills
  • Conflict Resolution: Just what the doctor ordered? Bringing Judges Into Medical-Malpractice Negotiations
  • Getting to Yes with Yourself: A Book Talk with William Ury
  • Dealmaking: Beyond Collusion – How to Include Outsiders in Your Deal in Business Negotiations
  • Dear Negotiation Coach: “How can we deal more successfully with our kids?”
  • When a private dispute goes public
  • When a private dispute goes public
  • The insincere negotiator: The risks of emotional displays
  • The insincere negotiator: The risks of emotional displays
  • How to avoid a bidding war
  • How to avoid a bidding war
  • Negotiation Skills: Should Put Off What You Could Negotiate Today?
  • Women and Negotiation: Why Women Sometimes Ask for Less
  • Why Is It Hard to Talk About War? Bridging the Civilian-Military Divide
  • A Perspective on the Colombian Peace Process
  • Dealmaking: Help Your Agreement Go the Distance
  • Dear Negotiation Coach: Moving from “should” to “could”
  • Dear Negotiation Coach: Moving from “should” to “could”
  • Chain reactions: How observers escalate conflict
  • Chain reactions: How observers escalate conflict
  • From Super Bowl negotiators, a threat of “pay to play”
  • Are introverts at a disadvantage in negotiation?
  • In business negotiations, assess when to go it alone
  • In business negotiations, assess when to go it alone
  • Centrism in the Middle East: Myth or Method
  • Business Negotiation Advice: When Your Image is Everything
  • After Gaza: Prospects for Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations
  • Can Dignity Play a Role in US/Cuba Reconciliation?
  • Women and Negotiation: Negotiating the Gender Gap
  • Negotiation Skills and Dealmaking: Committing to an Arbitrary Deadline
  • Dispute Resolution: The Case of the Broken Speakers
  • Negotiation Skills: At Pimco, a Successful Threat and an Uncertain Payoff
  • Ebola: From Real Needs in West Africa to Fear and Fumbling in the U.S.
  • Build On Your Past Success in Business Negotiations
  • Dear Negotiation Coach: Manage their perceptions
  • To set more accurate negotiation goals, try unpacking
  • To set more accurate negotiation goals, try unpacking
  • The battle for the LA Clippers
  • The battle for the LA Clippers