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Professor Seth Freeman of the Columbia Business School is an expert on negotiation and conflict management.

From his website betternegotiating.com, here is his article: “A Negotiation Phrasebook- 14 Phrases That Let You Be Hard on the Problem, Soft on the Person.”


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From the University of Colorado’s Conflict Research Consortium, here is a discussion of: “Principled Negotiation.”


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From the Stanford Center on International Conflict and Negotiation, here is the first chapter (in PDF format) of: “Barriers to Conflict Resolution.”


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Perri Capell writes for the Wall Street Journal Online.

Here is her CareerJournal.com article: “Get the Most Pay Our of Your Job.”


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Negotiation is a monthly newsletter published by the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School.

Here is a download (in Adobe PDF format) of the article:”Beyond salary: Negotiating for job satisfaction and success.”


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Lee E. Miller and Jessica Miller are authors of A Woman’s Guide to Successful Negotiating.

Here is their CareerJournal.com article: “Four Negotiation Tips For Women Executives.”


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HBS professors Deepak Malhotra and Max H. Bazerman are professors at Harvard Business School and authors of the book, Negotiation Genius.

From HBS’s Working Knowledge website, here is an interview with them on: “Dealing with the ‘Irrational’ Negotiator.”


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Michael Wheeler is a professor at Harvard Business School and editor of Negotiation Journal.

From HBS’s Working Knowledge website, here is an interview with Wheeler on ethical negotiation: “Becoming an Ethical Negotiator.”


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Negotiation at Work

Welcome to Negotiation at Work.

Negotiation at Work is a learning resource designed to help improve the negotiating skills of those in organizational settings.

Negotiation at Work features MindEdge content, advice from practitioners and academic experts, discussion, and community features (including member rating of videos and interactive exercises.)

Membership in the Negotiation at Work community site will be free. Corporations, professional firms, associations, can arrange for closed communities with instant chat, a searchable database, and additional content tailored to transition challenges their staffs may face.

About MindEdge

MindEdge, a learning company, provides leadership, management, communication and educational solutions to organizations to help them meet their objectives.

MindEdge Next Generation Learning supports fully online, blended online and on-site programs used by corporations, associations, business schools, colleges and universities and continuing education programs.


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