Partnership Negotiation: How to Be an Agent of Cultural Change Without Resorting to Domination Tactics

Partnership Negotiation: How to Be an Agent of Cultural Change Without Resorting to Domination Tactics

Thu, May 16, 2019 2:00 PM – Thu, May 16, 2019 3:30 PM Partnership Negotiation: How to Be an Agent of Cultural Change Without Resorting to Domination Tactics

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As agents of personal, business, and social change, many of us understand that we cannot use dominator tactics to create the partnership world we want. However our best intentions to operate with the mindsets and behaviors of partnership can be challenged when we attempt to solve problems or negotiate new agreements with people who come to the table with diverse points of view and power-over tactics.

Join Riane Eisler and Karen S. Walch on Thursday, May 16 for “Partnership Negotiation: How to Be an Agent of Cultural Change Without Resorting to Domination Tactics”, an interactive online dialog on how Quantum negotiation practices, based on neuroscience research, can help us be more effective and more integrated as agents of positive change.

As change agents, we need principles and practices that can help us dismantle the coercive models of domination and rise above outdated negotiation strategies that rely on power-over or win-lose models. In this lively, interactive online event, Riane Eisler, president of the Center for Partnership Studies and Karen S. Walch, Co-creator of Quantum Negotiation Certification programs come together to explore how neuroscience-based Quantum Partnership principles can strengthen our daily personal and professional actions of social change.

Can’t make the live session? No worries— this webinar will be recorded and all registrants will receive the full session link + Resource packet.

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Event tags: webinar, principles and practices that can help us dismantle the coercive models of domination and rise above outdated negotiation strategies that rely on power-over or win-lose models, Center for Partnership Studies, Rianne Eisler

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May 16, 2019 2:00 PM
May 16, 2019 3:30 PM
America/Indianapolis
Thu, May 16, 2019 Partnership Negotiation: How to Be an Agent of Cultural Change Without Resorting to Domination Tactics

As agents of personal, business, and social change, many of us understand that we cannot use dominator tactics to create the partnership world we want. However our best intentions to operate with the mindsets and behaviors of partnership can be challenged when we attempt to solve problems or negotiate new agreements with people who come to the table with diverse points of view and power-over tactics.

Join Riane Eisler and Karen S. Walch on Thursday, May 16 for “Partnership Negotiation: How to Be an Agent of Cultural Change Without Resorting to Domination Tactics”, an interactive online dialog on how Quantum negotiation practices, based on neuroscience research, can help us be more effective and more integrated as agents of positive change.

As change agents, we need principles and practices that can help us dismantle the coercive models of domination and rise above outdated negotiation strategies that rely on power-over or win-lose models. In this lively, interactive online event, Riane Eisler, president of the Center for Partnership Studies and Karen S. Walch, Co-creator of Quantum Negotiation Certification programs come together to explore how neuroscience-based Quantum Partnership principles can strengthen our daily personal and professional actions of social change.

Can’t make the live session? No worries— this webinar will be recorded and all registrants will receive the full session link + Resource packet.


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