Tag Archives: Bill Ury

Going to the Balcony

My friend Bill Ury has a phrase that in conflict we sometimes need to ‘go to the balcony’ and see the conflict from outside it. This photo seemed to capture this idea symbolically for me Felix Baumgartner prepares to jump … Continue reading

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Top Ten of our Top Ten Conflict Tips

Our Top Ten Conflict Tips from great thinkers and others, has proved very successful and so I thought I would provide links to the Top Ten most popular of them for your reference, though they are in reverse order of … Continue reading

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Top Ten Tips for Creativity in Conflict

I still get these shocked reactions when I suggest that creativity is essential to good conflict handling. Well it is and to become better able to leverage creativity in your conflicts here are my Top Ten Tips on the subject: … Continue reading

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Roger Fisher and William Ury’s Top Ten Conflict Tips

My old friend William Ury of the Harvard Program on Negotiation and his colleague Roger Fisher more or less invented principled interest based bargaining in their classic book: ‘Getting to Yes‘ that is the original inspiration behind this blog. I … Continue reading

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