Hal Movius's article, "5 Steps to Negotiating Better Agreements" appeared in Human Resources IQ, an online community offering ideas, best practices and solutions to the business community.
Hal Movius's article, "5 Steps to Negotiating Better Agreements" was recently featured by Human Resources IQ, an online community offering ideas, best practices and solutions to the business community. In his article, Movius discusses treating negotiation as an organizational capability and identifies five things that leaders must do to enable better decision-making in negotiations:
Patrick Field, CBI's Managing Director, North America, was recently featured as a guest commentator on a Minnesota Public Radio broadcast. The program was titled "How Disgraced Public Figures Can Find Redemption" and centered on how high-profile individuals rebuild a reputation in tatters and why, as a society, Americans often easily forgive such public figures.
The U.S.-Muslim Engagement Initiative was featured by Peace through Moderation, a project of the Alliance for Peacebuilding coalition, at an exclusive reception hosted at the Harvard Club, Manhattan.
Hal Movius joined Howard Dean, Warren Bennis and others as a key presenter at the Global Institute for Leadership Development (GILD) on October 17 - 22, 2010. Additional speakers included renowned CEOs, politicians, humanitarians, teachers, and expert coaches and team facilitators.
Negotiators are accustomed to focusing on interests. But to resolve an entrenched dispute over differences in values and beliefs, you'll need a new set of tools.
As Warren Bennis has argued, there may be nothing more important to good leadership than making good decisions, but even experienced negotiators are prone to powerful tendencies that hinder their ability to negotiate better deals.
The Negotiation Pedagogy group at the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School (NP@PON) invited CBI’s Hal Movius to present “Reel Life: Making and Using Films to Teach Negotiation” at a recent faculty dinner.
What is organizational capacity? Business journal McKinsey Quarterly defines it as "anything an organization does well that drives meaningful business results." Find out how leaders can implement cost-effective change programs that target both individual competencies and organizational capabilities.
The Lincoln Institute for Land Policy and Consensus Building Institute are pleased to present a two-day course for local, regional and state governmental leaders, and other key stakeholders, providing the tools they need to assess the impacts of climate change and manage the risks it poses.