Blog 2019-03-14T14:32:49-04:00

Is Mindfulness Effective? | Hal Movius

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 [...]

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Building Resolve to Engage with Political Adversaries | Hal Movius

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 [...]

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Three Common Misconceptions About Negotiation Terms and Practices | Hal Movius & Joanna Chango

Being scholar-practitioners requires paying close attention to discrepancies. As we read the negotiation literature, work with clients, and read postings by fellow negotiation consultants and trainers, we’ve repeatedly come across major and persistent misconceptions about negotiation concepts and tactics.  Here we’ll address three of them. Misconception #1: A Best Alternative [...]

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