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Partnership Negotiation: How to Be an Agent of Cultural Change Without Resorting to Domination Tactics
As agents of personal, business and social change, many of us understand that we cannot use dominator tactics to create the partnership world we want. However our best intentions to operate with the mindsets and behaviors of partnership can be challenged when we attempt to solve problems or negotiate new agreements with people who come to the table with diverse points of view and power-over tactics.

In this lively, interactive online event, Riane Eisler, president of the Center for Partnership Studies and Karen S. Walch, Co-creator of Quantum Negotiation Certification programs come together to explore how neuroscience-based Quantum Partnership principles can strengthen our daily personal and professional actions of social change.

Together, we’ll:
• Understand the difference between Domination and Partnership perspectives on human relationships, and why domination tactics cannot help us create a Partnership world.
• Discover how mindful, human-centered negotiation preparation can support the groundbreaking social possibilities of Partnership.
• Learn how a “power with” orientation informs both the Partnership perspective and Quantum negotiation practices.
• Understand the neurology of default positions in domination.
...and more

Whether you are new to Riane Eisler’s Partnership model or Karen Walch’s Quantum Negotiation practices, this inaugural exploration will introduce powerful perspectives and tools to help you be the effective, grounded change agent that you want to be. We invite you to bring thoughts, questions, and enthusiasm to this online event.

Moderated by Sara Saltee. Hosted by The Center for Partnership Studies.

Can’t make the live event? All registrants will receive the full session video and resources.

Questions? Contact Ann: annamberg.cps@gmail.com

May 16, 2019 11:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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