61 Blog posts found
CBI wonders if we can, or should, teach negotiation as an opportunity to act virtuously.
CBI asks what can be done to restore civil debate and produce less polarized and more productive conversations, decisions, and policies in the United States.
A pragmatic list of best practices for siting wind energy facilities drawn from a CBI workshop.
What can leaders do to enable better decision-making in negotiations?
Find out how leaders can implement cost-effective change programs to improve negotiation outcomes, targeting both individual competencies and organizational capabilities.
The creation of a system like the Institute for Nuclear Power Operations for off-shore oil and gas could guarantee the safety of off-shore exploration and operations.
Observing effective negotiators in action via video footage can be an important learning method.
A common perception of consensus building is that it involves debate leading to some watered-down compromise. That’s a far cry from the creative, collaborative efforts and outcomes that CBI helps generate in its engagements.
Six things an organization can do to raise to the level of world-class competence in negotiation.
During the Great Recession, CBI argued that financial leaders and government officials owed the public — rich and poor, investors and tax payers — an apology.
How does the Eliot Spitzer resignation measure up against the five core elements of an effective public apology?
A day in court: mediators have an important, but difficult, job in supporting justice, civil society and social capital.