There are many group processes that can help increase co-intelligence. But what if others in the group won't play? Or what if you find yourself dealing with key individuals who have perceptions, interests, and values that conflict with your own? For these and similar situations I've benefited from the work of Roger Fisher of the Harvard Negotiation Project.
Fisher and his colleagues have helped individuals build skills at
As these books are brief, clear and easily accessible, I use them as personal consultants, on call, as needed. Usually I can find the coaching I need, within minutes, in less than half a page.
copyright 1999 by Rowan Smith
Many of Fisher's books were written with William Ury. See the review of Ury's GETTING TO PEACE.