Negotiation and Conflict Resolution News
College Choice, a college and degree ranking website, has awarded Columbia University’s Master of Science in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution program as the #1 master’s program of its kind in the U.S.
Many people assume all work environments cultivate and maintain good relationships. But business relationships can be tricky, says Dr. Beth Fisher-Yoshida.
Veteran negotiators say a crucial element is often overlooked: awareness of implicit biases. Dr. Fisher-Yoshida, Academic Director of the Strategic Communications program, explains her process for understanding and overcoming them.
Beth Fisher-Yoshida, Ph.D. and Josh Fisher, Ph.D. have co-authored an article for Negotiation and Conflict Management Research that describes a negotiation simulation designed to incorporate skill-building, process management, conflict analysis, and conflict management tools.
The 30th Annual International Association for Conflict Management (IACM) Conference recently took place in Berlin, Germany, and brought together students and scholars from around the world, including a strong showing from Columbia University’s Master of Science in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution (NECR) program.
Beth Fisher-Yoshida, Director of the Master of Science in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution program, will give a talk on women and negotiation at Madison Square Garden on August 8, prior to the Indiana Fever vs. New York Liberty WNBA game. Columbia students and alumni have the opportunity to purchase discounted tickets to the event, starting at $45.
The faculty member and the Director of the Negotiation and Conflict Resolution program is the co-author of Communicating Possibilities: A Brief Introduction to the Coordinated Management of Meaning (CMM), now available.
The new Columbia initiative for Women, Peace, and Security will have extraordinary leadership, with Nobel Peace Laureate Leymah Gbowee as the Executive Director and Dr. Mikaela Luttrell-Rowland as the Associate Director.
In this new podcast, Dr. Beth Fisher-Yoshida interviews Dr. Kenneth Kressel on how mediators can solve highly polarized disputes.
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