Negotiation and Conflict Resolution News

Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Alumnae on How to Resolve Conflict in Family Businesses

Two Negotiation and Conflict Resolution alumnae devised an action plan for minimizing conflict with family in the workplace. 

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Connecting Business and Academia in the Hub of Miami

The dean of the School of Professional Studies will meet with Columbia alumni in Miami this week.

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Thinking Globally: Conflict Resolution Students Apply Their Knowledge in International Fieldwork Course

Four students headed to Uganda to conduct research on conflict resolution and to collaborate with a local NGO.

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Beth Fisher-Yoshida On How To Prepare for Negotiation

In Psychology Today, Dr. Fisher-Yoshida shares eight best practices for preparing for negotiation.

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Catherine Muse Brings Conflict Resolution to Higher Education at the University of Georgia

As a community liaison, this Negotiation and Conflict Resolution alumna helps simplify access to higher education resources in the state of Georgia.

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Sharyn O’Halloran’s Three Pillars for SPS Academic Excellence

To fully take advantage of our new mission, we are encouraging students to start thinking about their relationship with the school, the university, and to a wider network of partners.

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Nikolas Katsimpras: Are We Addicted to Conflict?

Lecturer Nikolas Katsimpras speaks about the history of conflict and society's preoccupation with the issue at the Evan Foundation's Conflict Matters conference. 

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TD Magazine Reviews Dean Jason Wingard’s Latest Book, Learning to Succeed

Dean Jason Wingard's latest book is featured in TD Magazine.

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Three Major Changes in the New Normal Market

“This new economy will be untenable without continuous learning effectively in place in your business.”

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From Columbia to Outer Space

“The beauty of the SPS alumni network is that we are bringing together such top talent between very diverse industries.”

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