1. "Iranian Attitudes on Nuclear Negotiations with the P5+1" Part1


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    How do members of the Iranian public view ongoing negotiations with the P5+1? What limits are members of the Iranian public willing to accept on Iran's nuclear activities? What does the Iranian public expect from the P5+1 in return for Iran's concessions? The release of a new public opinion study, conducted by the University of Tehran Center for Public Opinion Research and the Center for International and Security Studies at Maryland (CISSM), sheds light on these questions and explores the role of Iranian public opinion in shaping negotiations. Participants: Ebrahim Mohseni, Center for Public Opinion Research, University of Tehran Steven Kull, Program for Public Consultation Hillary Mann Leverrett, Senior Lecturer, American University Amb. John Limbert, Former U.S. diplomat Moderator: John Steinbruner, Director, Center for International and Security Studies at Maryland

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    • Get Paid What You Are Worth


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      Get Paid What You Are Worth Below are five tips for boosting your self-worth and determining your value. 1. Think Big, Now Even Bigger- Most of us, limit our earning potential by lower our expectations. What are you really worth? Determine what skill sets you have to offer and what you should be compensated. Once you find that amount that makes you doubt your capabilities then you have found your market price! 2. Strategize & Prepare- Show up prepared. Do your research. Understand the market value based on your location. Once you have determined the going rate tack on another 20%. Why do this? Asking for more allows room for you to come down and reach an agreement still above the going rate. 3. Create a Plan- Document every time you take on more responsibility or create positive change. This allows you to build your case when asking your current employer for a pay increase and also gives you valuable leverage when negotiation your salary with a new employer. Being organized is a sought after characteristic that will make you shine. 4. Hourly/Daily Affirmations- Affirmations are positive statements expressed as if they’ve already happened. These can be used when negotiating salary with new employer, creating the belief that you deserve more. For example: “I make $90k a year.” You may only make $70k a year but if you don’t believe you are worth $90k it will stand out. Write them down and review them when you wake up or go to bed. It is even best to post them in full view. Saying is believing, repeat yourself and you will begin to believe yourself! 5. Be it- Ask for top dollar! This will be a nerve racking process, however, unless you prepare you will not be ready to ask. Have you heard the phrase, “fake it until you make it?” It is not how things are; it is how they appear to be! Some of the most successful people have doubted their worth, but to everyone else, they appear confident. Preparing to become the person you will be takes time and confidence. Most importantly, it takes the courage to overcome the fear of leaving your old self behind to become the person you were meant to be. Making more money becomes not something you should do, but something you will do. CRUX: If you think it, you can have it. Control the voices in your head and you will become who you have envisioned!

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      • Dr Sandra Buckley from Blackbox Negotiators.


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        Meet our joint CEO Dr Sandra Buckley on Blackbox Negotiators and the future of negotiations.

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        • How do You Communicate ?


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          Today on Straight with Carly Alyssa Thorne we talk with Dianna Booher from Booher Consultants about communication. What are the most common mistakes people make in conversations, presentations, emails & more when attempting to communicate something. "Dianna Booher has changed the way corporate America communicates." —Dr. Mary Kay Kickels, Vice President of Corporate Training, Encyclopedia Britannica Educational Corporation Dianna Booher's extensive and ongoing research and published works in the field of business communication and productivity serve as the foundation for communication skills training and consulting services offered by Booher Consultants, Inc. Dianna is a Prolific Author ~ As the author of 46 books, translated into 26 languages, Dianna has published with Simon & Schuster/Pocket Books, Warner, McGraw-Hill, Random House, Thomas Nelson, and Berrett-Koehler. Dianna's work is also widely available in audio, video, and online courseware. Several books have been major book club selections and have won numerous awards. To Learn More about Dianna Booher and Booher Consultants go to: http://www.booherdirect.com/ To see Full Blog post with Links, Bios, Embeds of Podcast and Videos Interviews go to: http://carlyalyssathorne.com/how-well-do-you-communicate/ Host, Interviewer, Producer: Carly Alyssa Thorne http://www.CarlyAlyssaThorne.com To become a guest on one of our Shows go to: http://carlyalyssathorne.com/be-a-guest-on-one-of-our-shows/ DISCLAIMER: We don't tell our guests what to say, they are expressing their own personal opinions. We do not discriminate against any one Religion, Faith, or ethnicity and are of the belief we are all interconnected. Any advice or subjects we discuss are of our own Personal experiences. Please seek proper counsel from Your own personal advisors whether it be Your Doctor for medical and or health issues, an Account for Financial Advice or any Professional necessary. If You Enjoyed this Post, Please Share the Love... We Also LOVE Feedback, So Please Be Sure to Leave Your Comments Below, Enjoy The Journey... To Your Success, Carly Alyssa Thorne

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          • Negotiating for Rights... Reality or Illusion?


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            Theme of the film: Follow-up, monitoring and documenting of the positions of the Palestinian political and social forces towards the negotiations process between the Palestinian side and the Israeli side. The film covers the various topics within the negotiation context: the political framework, Jerusalem, the refugees and the right of return, the settlements, land and water, the prisoners, the reality of Gaza under siege and political isolation, as well as the condition and representation of the Palestinians in 48 areas. The interviews in the film were conducted in the period between January and March 2014, and they include a range of civil and political forces in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, Jerusalem and Palestine 48. The importance of the film is that it documents the positions of the various forces, including those of the political parties and officials, as it addresses and follows up on specific issues that are hindering a just end to the conflict. In this sense, it is an important material for interested parties.

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            • Negotiating Peace: Middle East Peace Talks Then and Now - Full Discussion


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              President Carter’s decision to bring Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin to Camp David to discuss peace in the Middle East changed history. Hussein Ibish, Senior Fellow at the American Task Force on Palestine, Britt Manzo, program specialist on the Arab-Israeli team in the Center for the Middle East & Africa at the United States Institute of Peace, and Aaron David Miller, former US Middle East negotiator and author of "The Much Too Promised Land: America's Elusive Search for Arab-Israeli Peace," discuss how the Camp David Accords reverberate today and the issues facing the current Israeli-Palestinian negotiations.

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              • Part 2/2 - 2014 March 27 - Marshall on "Revitalize RVA" Negotiations at Economic Development Authority - Richmond, Virginia


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                Chief Administrative Officer Byron Marshall outlined a schedule for archaeology and spoke about some of the details about the Shockoe/Boulevard "Revitalize RVA" plan at the Economic Development Authority [EDA] meeting.

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                • Why Negotiations


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                  We negotiate all the time -- with bosses, friends, clients, spouses, colleagues, vendors, and others. Although negotiations are a daily occurrence, many of us know little about the factors that influence negotiation processes and outcomes. Through a series of exercises, this program will help participants become better negotiators by better understanding people and situations, corresponding negotiating strategies, and influencing techniques. Hajo Adam, Ph.D. : Visiting Assistant Professor of Management

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                  • Psychology of Dispute Resolution Webinar Series - Staying Objective


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                    The final webinar in the series focuses on countering personal impulses disadvantageous to positions adopted in negotiations and dispute resolution.

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                    • Front Page News: Covering History - Full Discussion


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                      For 13 days, the press at Camp David was kept in the dark about the progress of negotiations. As President Carter worked with both the Egyptian and Israeli delegations, and the intensity grew between Sadat and Begin, reporters were left with more questions than answers. Deborah Amos, International Correspondent for NPR, Anita Dunn, former Communications Director for President Obama, Gerald Rafshoon, Communications Director for President Carter and Judy Woodruff, Co-Anchor and Managing Editor of PBS NewsHour, discuss the symbiotic relationship between politics and the press, as well as the drastic difference in today's 24/7 news cycle.

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