March 27, 2009
Leonard Riskin, Chesterfield Smith Professor of Law at University of Florida, Fredric G. Levin College of Law, spoke at the Annual Saltman Lecture about "Awareness and Ethics in Dispute Resolution and Law."
He explored how mindfulness, an ancient method of paying attention in the present moment and without judgment, can be combined with a focus on core emotional concerns in negotiation, to foster more ethical negotiation behavior. To read Riskin’s article on Emotions, the Core Concerns, and Mindfulness in Negotiation, click here.
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