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    Change your style of negotiating. Have less stress, happier clients and create great deals. I want to share my 29 years of real estate experience with you.

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    • 2014-02-02 09.18.42


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      weekly video to logical coaching clients - February 3 2014

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        short movie about the danger of medical experiments told through the eyes of a participant.

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          from Rachel Burn / Added

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          'Choreography is the negotiation with the patterns that the body is thinking' Jonathan Burrows. I'm a choreographer on the one year residency programme at Clarence Mews studio in Hackney, London. I decided to use my hours weekly to create a tiny piece of work that I forget once I leave that session. Simply a weekly choreographic practice. I make a lot, I don't share many. A little sketch from Clarence Mews. Music by Cinematic Orchestra - Child Song

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          • About the MIT Science Impact Collaborative


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            The Massachusetts Institute of Technology Science Impact Collaborative (MIT SIC) is a research team within the Department of Urban Studies and Planning that is developing and testing new ways to harmonize science, politics and public policy in the management of natural resources and the resolution of environmental disputes. Our focus is on testing the effectiveness of a range of collaborative planning and decision-making techniques. Our tools and approaches include collaborative adaptive management, joint fact-finding, scenario planning, mediated multiparty negotiation, and the use of role-play simulation exercises. Many scientists and scientific organizations believe that by doing more and better science, they will convince policy makers to take their findings seriously. We believe that there needs to be a fundamental realignment in the way science is produced and used in public policymaking. Absent this realignment, new scientific information will be marginalized in practice. The right kind of decision support tools can enable problem-solving conversations among stakeholders with radically different beliefs and interests. The MIT SIC was established in 2003 with initial support from the United States Geological Survey. Today, the Initiative has numerous partners and supporters, ranging from the U.S. National Estuarine Research Reserve System to the Dutch research organization TNO. The MIT SIC is directed by Professor Lawrence Susskind. By engaging in community-based action research projects, MIT SIC researchers – including doctoral students, masters students, undergraduates and faculty – train emerging environmental professionals while simultaneously testing the latest environmental planning methods and providing assistance to communities and policy-makers who seek our help.

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            • ACCORD: a 20 Year Journey


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              A historical documentary on the first twenty years of the African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes, ACCORD (http://accord.org.za). Produced by thinkfilm.tv

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              • ACCORD's Africa Peace Centre


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                The Africa Peace Centre is ACCORD's vision of a comprehensive peace centre for the continent of Africa to serve international peace negotiations and other forms of peace work. Founder of ACCORD, Vasu Gounden, talks about the vision. The African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes (ACCORD) is an African conflict management organisation committed to peaceful resolution of disputes on the continent of Africa. http://accord.org.za

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                • Alumni Career Resources Presents Dr. Joan Brett's "Power of No"


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                  ASU's Dr. Joan Brett, an associate professor in management at the W. P. Carey School of Business and an associate vice provost in the Graduate College, shared her wisdom about saying "no" intelligently. Brett spoke at an Alumni Career Resources lunch-time event at the University Club in Tempe on May 22, 2012.

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                  • Anchoring Heuristic and Negotiation


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                    • a negotiation (part 1)


                      from Ruben Van Havermaet / Added

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