Negotiation and Conflict Resolution News
The director of Columbia's negotiation and conflict resolution program reveals how using a communications technique called the triplet can ease a difficult conversation.
Dr. Peter T. Coleman and Naira Musallam discusses conflict dynamics in the Middle East and explain how chaos theory can help mediators better understand conflict zones.
Negotiation and Conflict Resolution alumnus Nikolas Katsimpras took the stage at the University of Pittsburgh to deliver his talk, "Harnessing the Power of Conflict."
John Zinsser, faculty for Columbia’s Negotiation and Conflict Resolution master’s program, discusses the elements essential for any organization to quantify and communicate the value of its ombuds program.
You can be more powerful if you see conflict as an opportunity for growth, writes Aldo Civico, faculty for Columbia’s Negotiation and Conflict Resolution program, in the inaugural post for a new Psychology Today blog.
In the Negotiation and Conflict Resolution program, we explore the complex layers of communication in which our relationships are embedded. Our goal is to build this awareness and develop the skills that will enable us to build more meaningful relationships with others.
Dr. Peter T. Coleman, faculty member with Columbia’s M.S. in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution program, speaks about the art of negotiation in an age when compromise seems impossible, discussing with Minnesota Public Radio the shutdown of the federal government as well as the Minnesota Orchestra.
Morton Deutsch, E.L. Thorndike Professor Emeritus of Psychology and Education at Teachers College and founder of College’s International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution, reflects on his work in conflict resolution.
Beth Fisher-Yoshida, Academic Director of Columbia’s Negotiation and Conflict Resolution program and Co-Chair of the Advanced Consortium on Cooperation, Conflict, and Complexity, speaks on WKCR with Dr. Robert Ferguson, a professional therapist, coach, consultant, and instructor at Columbia’s International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution.
Faculty Member Mark Whitlock shares his thoughts on "Big Data and Conflict Prevention."