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Bob’s Great Negotiators: Roger Fisher

Bob Bordone, in his new segment on YouTube, lists out his ‘Great Negotiators’.

The great negotiator, the late Roger Fisher, is someone who’s skills have advanced the art of negotiation. He wrote a famous book called ‘Getting To Yes’ and we are going to dive into 5 of these principles. Watch this video to learn how to perfect your own negotiation skills.

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Bob Bordone

Bob Bordone, a Senior Fellow at Harvard Law School and the Founder and former Director of Harvard Law Schools Negotiation Mediation Clinical Program. I'm also the Founder and Principal of the Cambridge Negotiation Institute and have written and taught on negotiation, mediation, and conflict resolution for more than 20 years. MORE >

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Roger Fisher

Roger Fisher was the Samuel Williston Professor of Law, Emeritus, Harvard Law School and founder of the Harvard Negotiation Project.  A pioneer in the field of international law and negotiation, and the co-founder of the Harvard Negotiation Project, Fisher died on August 25, 2012.  Fisher helped to establish negotiation and conflict resolution… MORE >

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