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Holding the Calm: The Secret to Resolving Conflict and Defusing Tension With Hesha Abrams
vor 11 Stunden
32:40Click here to buy your copy of How To Have Difficult Conversations About Race! In this episode, Hesha Abrams, an expert in Mediation, Negotiation, and Deal-Making talks about how to create small winnable victories. She also gives some great tips on how to deal with angry or emotional people. If you're looking for a way to get ahead in life, then this episode is definitely for you! https://www.holdingthecalm.com/ Follow Hesha Abrams on LinkedIn Pre-order her book, "Holding Calm Resolving Conflict Diffusing." Hesha Abrahams website Follow Kwame Christian on LinkedIn Request A Customized Workshop For Your Company. The Ultimate Negotiation Guide Kwame Christian with Hesha Abrams
How to Be an Effective Leader While Under Pressure With David Arrington
vor einem Tag
41:30Click here to buy your copy of How To Have Difficult Conversations About Race! In this episode, Dr. David Arrington, Leadership Expert and COO of Arrington Coaching LLC, discusses executive presence, 360 degree success, and how we treat people and lead people. Arrington Coaching LLC Request a Custom Workshop For Your Company Get Free Access to Over 15 Negotiation Guides Follow David on LinkedIn Follow Kwame on LinkedIn
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How to Gain and Use Leverage in Negotiations With Danielle Hansen, MBA, LSSBB, CPSM.
vor 2 Tagen
33:59Click here to buy your copy of How To Have Difficult Conversations About Race! In this episode Danielle Hansen, Sr. Director, Global Strategic Sourcing at Tonal, will teach you how to create leverage in any negotiation by using powerful techniques. You'll learn how to use time as a scarce resource, how to empower yourself, and how to get what you want. Follow Danielle Hansen on LinkedIn Follow Kwame Christian on LinkedIn Request A Customized Workshop For Your Company Ultimate Negotiation Guide Kwame Christian and Danielle Danielle Hansen, MBA, LSSBB, CPSM.
How To Have Difficult Conversations About Coming Out To Your Family With Jessi Hempel
45:46Click here to buy your copy of How To Have Difficult Conversations About Race! In this episode, Jessi Hempel, Sr. Editor at Large on LinkedIn and editorial director on the podcast "Hello Monday", discusses how to have difficult conversations about coming out as an LGBQT+ community member. We talk about: Self-reflection Identity shift The Biggest Surprise About Jessi Hempel Rethinking work, life, and meaning for the contemporary age Jessi Hempel is the host of the award-winning podcast Hello Monday, and a senior editor-at-large at LinkedIn. For nearly two decades, she has been writing and editing features and cover stories for magazines including Wired, Fortune, and TIME about work, life, and meaning in the contemporary age. She has appeared on CNN, PBS, MSNBC, Fox, and CNBC, addressing the culture and business of technology. Hempel is a graduate of Brown University and received a master’s in journalism from UC Berkeley. She lives in Brooklyn with her wife and children. Follow Jessi Hempel on LinkedIn Pre-order her book "The Family Outing." "Hello Monday" on Apple podcast Follow Kwame Christian on LinkedIn Request A Customized Workshop For Your Company. The Ultimate Negotiation Guide
Ever faced a bully? This episode is for you! For the Forces of Good With Lucia Kanter St. Amour
59:24Buy the Book: For the Forces of Good: The Superpower of Everyday Negotiation "Negotiation happens everywhere every day and it can be anyone’s everyday superpower - even through small acts and language. Yet, negotiation is still viewed by the general public as a specialized skill mastered by experts, and one that you either have or you don’t (“Negotiation can’t be taught. Some people just have the skill and others don’t,” as proclaimed by a high school senior, heading to Brown University to study International Relations, at the author’s 2022 Easter dinner table). Women, in particular, still shy away from negotiation scenarios - many are uncomfortable just asking for something, prioritizing so-called politeness over opportunity and success. Well, guess what? Negotiation isn't just for business and boardrooms. Negotiation is sexy. Negotiation is stylish. Negotiation is powerful and accessible to you. Every day." Quoted from The Synopsis of the Book: FOR THE FORCES OF GOOD: THE SUPERPOWER OF EVERYDAY NEGOTIATION by S. Lucia Kanter St. Amour (Release: October 1, 2022, Pactum Factum Press) Lucia's Podcast: Forces of Good: The Superpower of Everyday Negotiation Book Synopsis: FOR THE FORCES OF GOOD Buy the Book: For the Forces of Good: The Superpower of Everyday Negotiation Web: Pactum Factum Follow Kwame on LinkedIn Follow Lucia Kanter St. Amour on LinkedIn Kwame Christian With Lucia Kanter St. Amour
The Psychology of Internal Negotiations With Jefferson K. Rogers
32:52Click here to buy your copy of How To Have Difficult Conversations About Race! Do you want to know how to create winning habits? In this episode, Jefferson K Rogers Owner/CEO of JKR Windows shares his powerful insights on internal negotiations and how it can help you achieve success in any area of your life. You'll learn the importance of connection and creating strong relationships, and how to apply these techniques to achieve your goals. Don't miss out on this valuable information! JKR Windows jkrwindows.com Follow Kwame Christian on LinkedIn Follow Jefferson on LinkedIn Request A Custom Workshop For Your Company Ultimate Negotiation Guide
The Secret to Having Impactful Conversations with Daniel Stillman
39:47Click here to buy your copy of How To Have Difficult Conversations About Race! Welcome to an ANI Throwback Episode! In these episodes, we reintroduce you to some of our most popular episodes. Request a Custom Workshop For Your Company Get Free Access to Over 15 Negotiation Guides Follow Kwame on LinkedIn
The Art of Insubordination: How to Dissent and Defy Effectively With Todd Kashdan
47:51Click here to buy your copy of How To Have Difficult Conversations About Race! For too long, the term insubordination has evoked negative feelings and mental images. But for ideas to evolve and societies to progress, it’s vital to cultivate rebels who are committed to challenging conventional wisdom and improving on it. Change never comes easily. And most would-be rebels lack the skills to overcome hostile audiences who cling desperately to the way things are. Based on cutting-edge research, The Art of Insubordination is the essential guide for anyone seeking to be heard, make change, and rebel against an unhealthy status quo. Learn how to Resist the allure of complacency Discover the value of being around people who stop conforming and start deviating. Produce messages that influence the majority-- when in the minority. Build mighty alliances Manage the discomfort when trying to rebel Champion ideas that run counter to traditional thinking Unlock the benefits of being in a group of diverse people holding divergent views Cultivate curiosity, courage, and independent, critical thinking in youth Filled with engaging stories about dissenters in the trenches as well as science that will transform your thinking. The Art of Insubordination is for anyone who seeks more justice, courage, and creativity in the world. Follow Todd Kashdan on LinkedIn Todd's Website Book: Art of Insubordination-How to Dissent and Defy Effectively Follow Kwame Christian on LinkedIn Request a Custom Workshop For Your Company Ultimate Negotiation Guide Kwame Christian with Todd Kashdan.
How to Navigate Awkward Conversations in Business With Alicia Shaw
30:49Click here to buy your copy of How To Have Difficult Conversations About Race! In this episode, Alicia Shaw, attorney at Carlile, Patchen, and Murphy LLP, discusses how to best navigate awkward conversations. Carlile, Patchen, and Murphy LLP Request a Custom Workshop For Your Company Get Free Access to Over 15 Negotiation Guides Follow Alicia on LinkedIn
How to Lower The Temperature in a Negotiation With Andy Dale
38:00Click here to buy your copy of How To Have Difficult Conversations About Race! In this episode, Andy Dale, General Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer at Alyce, offers negotiation advice for lowering the temperature of heated legal arguments. He also talks about books on leadership and negotiation that can help you become a better negotiator. Follow Andy Dale on LinkedIn Liste to Data Protection Breakfast Club Podcast Alyce Co. Follow Kwame Christian on LinkedIn Request A Custom Workshop For Your Company Get Free Access to Over 15 Negotiation Guides Kwame Christian and Andy Dale.