About: PON Staff

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

  • Lessons in Negotiation: Guhan Subramanian Cited by US Securities and Exchange Commissioner Daniel Gallagher
  • International Negotiation: Your Own Worst Enemy?
  • Conflict Resolution: To Avoid Destructive Competition, Take the Pledge
  • The Conflict in Ukraine and How it is Portrayed in the Media
  • A Role for Negotiation in Promoting Women’s Rights and Security in the Middle East and North Africa
  • James Baker: The Man Who Made Washington Work
  • Leveraging the Power of Emotions As You Negotiate
  • Israel and the Middle East: The Current Landscape and its Impact of Negotiations
  • Conflict Management in Negotiation: Training with the Enemy
  • Dear Negotiation Coach: Negotiations Stalled Over Price
  • Negotiation Research You Can Use: Men, Women, and Violations of Trust
  • Negotiation Research You Can Use: Men, Women, and Violations of Trust
  • Negotiation Frontiers: Exploring New Opportunities to Negotiate
  • “No One is Really in Charge” Hostage Taking and the Risks of No-Negotiation Policies
  • In Negotiation, Is Benevolent Deception Acceptable?
  • Deal Negotiation and Dealmaking: What to Do On Your Own
  • Negotiating Nuclear Non-Proliferation: Lessons from the Field
  • Robert Wilkinson
  • Negotiation Skills: View Your Counterpart as an Agent
  • Responding to the Conflict in Syria: An Insider’s Perspective
  • Not-So-Privileged Information
  • Negotiation Skills: Five Steps to Better Family Negotiations
  • Negotiation Skills: Overcoming the Not-In-My-Backyard (NIMBY) Syndrome
  • Preparing for Multiparty Negotiation
  • Negotiation Skills: When It’s Better to Be in the Dark
  • What Happens to Media Coverage of Conflicts After Everyone Leaves
  • Dear Negotiation Coach: Need help? Don’t be afraid to ask
  • Dear Negotiation Coach: Need help? Don’t be afraid to ask
  • Successes and Messes
  • Successes and Messes
  • Bluffing versus puffing
  • In business negotiations, share the wealth wisely
  • In business negotiations, share the wealth wisely
  • Dealing with difficult people— even when you don’t want to
  • Dear Negotiation Coach: Will your offer be in the right ballpark?
  • A harmonious ending
  • A harmonious ending
  • When a little power is a dangerous thing
  • 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?”