Hosted by Thomas Hübl, this episode of the Collective Trauma Online Summit highlights some of William Ury's experiences over the decades in helping war-ravaged societies overcome their collective trauma to reach common goals of peace and prosperity.
How do you negotiate a Triple Win? Not just a win-win for both sides, but a win for the whole as well. In this interview with Nick Vaidya of CEO Magazine, William Ury explains how.
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This dialogue with William Ury and Thomas Hübl about negotiation in conflict situations and trauma integration is part of the Pocket Project, an initiative dedicated to deepening our understanding of collective and intergenerational trauma, and to train groups of people worldwide to work effectively in conflict and trauma situations.
In this short interview, William Ury and CNBC contributor Suzy Welch talk about Donald Trump's negotiation style.
Roberto D'Ávila, who owns a renown interview TV show in Brazil, interviewed William Ury about the peace process, on August 4th, 2016.
Master Negotiator & Mediator William Ury sits down with host Tom Bilyeu to discuss the power of "getting to yes" in negotiations and within yourself...
Our interview series begins with a delightful conversation with William Ury, one of the world's best-known and most influential experts on negotiation. His awe-inspiring body of work includes 8 books that cover negotiation from just about every important angle, a global career that has seen him assist in conflicts that range from civil wars to boardroom battles, and a deep love for nature that inspires his work and his innovative projects.
From his first bestselling book 'Getting To Yes' to his most recent written treat 'Getting To Yes With Yourself', William Ury's ...
Iran Sanction Showdown: Congress vs. White House
January 22, 2015
The first showdown between President Barack Obama and the new Republican-controlled Congress looks like it will be over increased sanctions in Iran. William Ury, author and co-founder of Harvard’s Program on Negotiation, believes that these talks are vital. He believes that sanctions work only if they’re targeted and lead to negotiations.
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Execunet, December 19, 2014
The Execunet interview with William Ury about his new book Getting to Yes With Yourself (And Other Worthy Opponents), available January 2015.
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Listening is the Key to Resolving Conflict