Yeh-Lu Ch’u Tsai saved millions of lives through his work with difficult people, including Genghis Khan. Using his life as a model, this post discusses how to work with difficult people, and how respect and spiritual integrity, combined with hard-headed realism and objectivity, form the basis for service to others.
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In this touching video, Nelson Mandela teaches us to make peace with the world and with ourselves through music and dance.
A telesalon on cross-cultural negotiation strategies and the limits of interest-based negotiation with Peter Phillips and Nicholas Khoury, hosted by Elizabeth Bader. The telesalon was recorded. Email Elizabeth if you would like to listen to it, or attend future programs.
The American Bar Association’s Psychology of Conflict Resolution Committee, founded and chaired by Elizabeth Bader, learns from Nimer Said and Robi Friedman, Palestinian and Israeli group therapists.
Here is the second part of the Israeli Palestinian Discussion. The first voice you will hear is that of Nimer Said. Enjoy!