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Negotiate Anything is the #1 negotiation podcast in the world. The show has over 6,000,000 downloads, hundreds of 5-star reviews, and listeners in over 181 different countries.
The best things in life are on the other side of difficult conversations. We help to make these difficult conversations easier by sharing the skills and mindset you need to lead, persuade, and resolve conflicts.
Negotiation isn't just a skill, it's a life philosophy. Changing your mindset in this way will help you to find creative ways to use negotiation to improve your quality of life and build stronger relationships both at work and at home.
This show will help you to find confidence in conflict and negotiate anything!
Produced by the American Negotiation Institute
About the host:
Bestselling author and speaker Kwame Christian is the Director of the American Negotiation Institute and a subject matter expert in the field of negotiation and conflict resolution. Kwame has conducted workshops throughout North America and abroad, and is a highly sought after national keynote speaker.
In addition to his role at ANI, Kwame is a business lawyer at Carlile Patchen & Murphy LLP. Kwame represents businesses in a broad scope of legal needs including contract negotiation, business formation and structuring, finance, transactions (including acquisitions and contract preparation and analysis), employment, and general business and legal counseling.
Kwame’s TEDx Dayton talk, Finding Confidence in Conflict, was the most popular TEDx Talk on the topic of conflict in 2017, and has been viewed over 150,000 times. His book, Finding Confidence in Conflict: How to Negotiate Anything and Live Your Best Life, is an Amazon Best-Seller and has helped countless individuals overcome the fear, anxiety, and emotion often associated with difficult conversations through a branded framework called Compassionate Curiosity.
As an attorney and mediator with a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology, a Master of Public Policy, and a Juris Doctorate (Law Degree), Kwame brings a unique multidisciplinary approach to making difficult conversations easier. He also serves as a professor for Otterbein University’s MBA program, as well as The Ohio State University’s Moritz College of Law in the top-ranked dispute resolution program in the country.
Talking on Eggshells with Sam Horn
Tools to Turn the Tide in Negotiations with Seth Freeman
The Power of Internal Negotiations with Giuseppe Conti
Enhancing Meetings: Facilitating Contributions and Emotion Management featuring Marie Keister
It's All About Confidence! With Selena Rezvani
Special Episode For Spotify Listeners
Mastering Persuasion with Marc Howland
How to Address Toxicity at Work with Jamie Fiore Higgins
Insights from an FBI Agent featuring Melissa Fortunato
Avoiding Crucial Errors in Your Negotiations with Ron Hogen
Leading with Introversion: Insights from Patience Ogunbona
Becoming an Advocate: Mastering Negotiation on Behalf of Others featuring Derek Burtch and Amelia Gordon
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This is NOT about having difficult conversations about race. This would assume everyone agrees with the premise, comes to the table willing to listen to one another, being open to learning something, changing one's mind, or coming to a compromise. This podcast assumes "systemic, institutional racism," refers to "the other side" and instructs on recruiting allies to "the cause." The a'priori assumption needs to be agreed upon by all before a conversation can be had.
I wish I discovered this valuable podcast sooner. It's such quality material that everyone can relate to & greatly benefit from.
great episode on salary negotiation!!
Very nice demonstration. Thank you. Even the ending of the demo conversation was exemplary so as to sustain decency and looking forward to next communication.
Amazing episode. Very relevant for current times. Thank you so much both of you for sharing wisdom.
Nice episode. Good structure and execution. Thank you.
Nice episode. Thank you Kwame.
I haven't listened to many Podcasts, but this one really is fun and resonates with me. I also love how Kwame laughs and tells us what's working and what's not working with his podcast.
I've become quite fond of this negotiation podcast. Always find something interesting and useful. Also helps that the host has a great voice and tone. thanks!
Great interview! Thanks for the insights on acknowledging own emotions in order to avoid an emotional response.
How do you manage freezing? someone is very angry and says "this is absolutely ridiculous, you don't go home to your wife and children tonight until this problem is fixed". it's complex but you can't work on it because you are Frozen by fear. takes you a day to get over it and start being productive and another two days to find the problem was not yours and was in fact not a problem at all because it was incorrectly defined!