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Dealing with an Angry Public Teflex Role-Play

Dealing with an Angry Public Teflex Role-Play


CBI Founder/Chief Knowledge Officer and Ford Professor of Urban and Environmental Planning at MIT, Lawrence Susskind, uses a role-play simulation at an executive education seminar on dealing with an angry public. This segment is part of the Program on Negotiation's "Negotiation Pedagogy Video Series, Part Two."

CBI Founder/Chief Knowledge Officer and MIT Professor, Lawrence Susskind, uses a role-play simulation for a Harvard Law School Program on Negotiation executive seminar on on dealing with an angry public.

Maryland Coastsmart Negotiation Role-Play

Maryland Coastsmart Negotiation Role-Play


In April 2009, more than 170 mayors, county commissions, environmentalists, business leaders and Maryland state officials came together in Annapolis for "Winning Support for Addressing Climate Change". An interactive summit about community-level responses to climate risks such as sea-level rise and storm surge that threaten the state’s coast, its centerpiece was an innovative negotiation role-play, facilitated by CBI, that demonstrated the key challenges and policy options coastal communities face.

The "Winning Support for Addressing Climate Change" summit on Maryland's community-level responses to climate risks that threaten its coastline, includes an innovative negotiation role-play facilitated by CBI.

CBI Board Member Featured on Today Show

CBI Board Member Featured on Today Show


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CBI Board Member Lauren Walters and his anti-hunger company Two Degrees featured on the Today Show.

CBI Board Member Lauren Walters and his anti-hunger company Two Degrees featured on the Today Show.

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Why Don't Green Treaties Work? 'Science Extra' Interview: Lawrence Susskind

In this Guardian 'Science Extra' interview, CBI Founder/Chief Knowledge Officer, and MIT Professor, Lawrence Susskind, discusses why international environmental treaties, such as Kyoto, have failed to achieve intended objectives.

Negotiation Training and Organizational Capacity: Hal Movius

Dr. Hal Movius, co-author of "Built to Win: Creating a World-Class Negotiation Organization", discusses why building individual negotiation skills can fail to produce organizational results.

Program on Negotiation Forum (1 of 4): Breaking Robert's Rules

Lawrence Susskind discusses the concept behind his book, "Breaking Robert's Rules". Listen to all four parts of this podcast here.

Divided Cities: Larry Susskind on 'The Urbanist'

Lawrence Susskind is featured on "The Urbanist", a weekly online broadcast produced by "Monocle". Editor Andrew Tuck interviews Susskind about conflict resolution in “divided” cities, and how CBI’s work relates to the challenges of urban disputes.