Today I’m presenting two negotiation and conflict resolution workshops for the Women’s Leadership Summit taking place in Manchester, NH. If you’re arriving here at Conflict Zen® for the first time because of the workshop, a special welcome to you!
For those of you who weren’t at the workshops, there were three big take-aways: How to recognize what is really important in any negotiation, how to keep the conversation on track, and how to set aside the garbage and prevent it from polluting the negotiation. Here are some of the ideas and stories I shared, plus a few bonus resources:
- Unclutter your conflict and clear out the crap
- How red converse all-stars taught me my first negotiation lesson
- Negotiation potholes of the mind
- 20 tried-and-true ways to unclutter a conflict
- Three coins: a story about the heart of negotiation
- Letting go of anger, resentment and grudges (Nelson Mandela story)
- Avoid the side streets
- Forget fault, consider contribution instead
- I didn’t do it intentionally
- The gift of anger between friends
- Salary negotiation: what women should know
- Top 5 negotiation traps for women
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Thanks, my Women’s Leadership Summit friends, for helping make the workshops a totally enjoyable gig.