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Wednesday, March 9, 2016

May the Force Be With You

I love negotiation theory. In fact, I hope to make a long career out of teaching others how to negotiate effectively. But every time someone asks me about my future profession, their eyes glaze over as I describe how one can use empathy and self-awareness to get what he or she wants. I have discovered… More

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Facilitation Challenges: Navigating the Space Between Neutrality and Identity

As a brand-new student in the art of facilitation, one of my first lessons was in the importance of maintaining neutrality on the substance of discussion and, relatedly, in the value of calling in an outside facilitator to a sensitive discussion. The theory underlying this concept is that, by remaining neutral as to content, the… More

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Resetting Broken Bones: Real Talk at Harvard Law School

As long as we are on earth, the love that unites us will bring us suffering by our very contact with one another, because this love is the resetting of a Body of broken bones. Even saints cannot live with saints on this earth without some anguish, without some pain at the differences that come between them. … More

Saturday, February 13, 2016

Real Talk – An Introduction

The Harvard Negotiation & Mediation Clinical Program (HNMCP) and the Systemic Justice Project (SJP) proudly launch a four-part blog series, with each of the works stemming from the program’ joint initiative called Real Talk. The Real Talk pilot program, an initiative for dialogue, diversity, equity, and inclusion, placed twenty student participants in four small groups… More

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