Don’t get schooled in your next negotiation

When the Chicago Teachers Union went on strike this past fall, the city’s new mayor faced a difficult test. The process suggests lessons we can all apply to our most contentious negotiations.

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Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot, a former federal prosecutor and head of the Chicago Police Board, was elected in 2018 as a reformer calling for big improvements to Chicago’s chronically underfunded public schools, including smaller class sizes, and more nurses and social workers. One of Lightfoot’s first major challenges after being sworn in on May 20, 2019, … Read Don’t get schooled in your next negotiation 

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