A conversation with Amy Cuddy & William Ury
“Yes and No: The Keys to Negotiating Success” - Creative Mornings talk by William Ury.
William Ury speaking about the Abraham Path at Harvard in October 2015.
William Ury's new book Getting to Yes With Yourself is featured In this video from Saia Justa GNT Brazil.
The journey of Abraham is a collection of stories from a wide variety of scriptural and oral traditions, as well as scholarly sources. There is no evidence on the exact route of this journey. No scripture is detailed enough to recreate Abraham and his family’s specific path through the Middle East. More profoundly, there is no historic or archeological evidence that some 4,000 years ago, a man called Abraham existed. There is abundant evidence, however, that Abraham exists today in the memory and traditions of all people in the Middle East, and for billions of people ...
William Ury speaks about his new book Getting to Yes With Yourself at the Rotman School in Toronto.
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 ...
Join William Ury, negotiations expert and co-author of the seminal text on negotiations, Getting to Yes, as well as the brand new Getting to Yes with Yourself (http://bit.ly/GTYWY), as he sits down with Simon Sinek, author of Leaders Eat Last and the star of one of TED's most popular TED Talks, to discuss what it truly means to get to yes with oneself.
In this exchange, Bill and Simon cover topics ranging from what it means to put yourself in your own shoes, to learning how to take a trip to the balcony. Via anecdotes and thought-provoking insights, this conversation ...
Getting to Yes With Yourself
William Ury, Co-founder of Harvard University’s Program on Negotiation, speaks at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco on his new book Getting to Yes with Yourself and Other Worthy Opponents.
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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