Do you practice mindfulness? Here’s an interesting piece questioning the evidence that it is effective. On the other hand, this interesting counter piece argues that mindfulness can and should be a prelude to action. Here’s how I think about it: mindfulness is an emotion-focused coping strategy (one that tries to help us escape or modify [...]
I was struck as I read “How People Learn to Be Resilient” by Maria Konnikova in the New Yorker. “Frame adversity as a challenge, and you become more flexible and able to deal with it, move on, learn from it, and grow. Focus on it, frame it as a threat, and a potentially traumatic event becomes [...]
Four Steps for Changing Negotiation Practices in Your Organization | Harvard Program on Negotiation Newsletter | Hal Movius & Larry Susskind
The Harvard Program on Negotiation's newsletter reprises the key themes from Hal Movius & Larry Susskind's seminal work, Built to Win
Much will be written about the 2016 Presidential election. Its outcome signaled a realignment in political coalitions but also reflected an increasingly balkanized information environment, with people reading and watching sources that reinforced their beliefs and emotions. For some people in America – at least half, if the polls are right – the morning of 11/9 [...]
Jim Coan on the Today Show, explaining to Joan Lunden how relationships help regulate our emotions and health.
Teaching with Video-Based Negotiation Scenarios | Harvard Program on Negotiation Newsletter| Hal Movius
Movius Consulting's capabilities are showcased in the Program on Negotiation's newsletter
Movius Consulting is working with select partners in our network to deliver innovative solutions to organizational conflict and problematic internal and external communication. […]
Hal Movius answers reader's questions for Executive Leadership magazine
A New York Times article this week described reportedly common rude behaviors in the workplace. More and more people are recognizing that how we behave toward one another in key conversations and meetings can impact performance, efficiency, job satisfaction, and health. Yet previous research done by Jim Coan, John Gottman and others suggests that some [...]
The Carnegie Council interviews Hal Movius and Max Bazerman on how to help negotiators behave in more ethical ways.