By remaining aware of the barriers that can inhibit successful negotiations, and taking a principled approach to reaching a mutually agreeable conclusion, both parties can find common interest, identify mutual gain and avoid conflict or division that creates an unresolvable impasse or prevents either side from being fully satisfied.
Strong leaders can come from a variety of backgrounds, but military leadership experience often develops specialized skills that can be immensely valuable to civilian businesses.
Organizations must consider each of the common types of planning: transactional, forecasted transformational, and revolutionary transformational. Determining which approach will work best depends on the desired outcome and the company’s level of comfort with taking risks.
In today's global workforce it is imperative for management to have the skills to build effective teams in diverse business settings. Use these three foundational principles to manage in the 21st century.
On Wednesday, November 11th, 2015, the University of Notre Dame joins the rest of the nation in offering its humble thanks to the men and women who have courageously served in the U.S. Armed Forces.
Six principles that tap into human nature can be the foundation to obtain the desired results in any negotiation. These principles can be applied separately or in combinations to enhance persuasive abilities. You can use them in your next deal or recognize when someone is using them on you.
Take a closer look at some of the abilities that can mean the difference between success and failure for anyone running a business.
Finding your competitive advantage involves knowing your company, customers and competition to pinpoint what sets you apart. It means knowing your strengths as well as weaknesses, then learning how to emphasize the first and overcome the second.
Managing and leading an intergenerational team can be both rewarding and challenging. Read how to strategically manage and lead the differing generations.
The best way to keep advancing into higher-level nonprofit positions is to become truly indispensable to your organization. Explore three specialties that can help make you this type of key player once you master them and put them into practice.
Becoming a strong leader for your team means taking the time to assess, improve and implement the relevant skills.
One of the challenges to a manager is matching the candidates skill set and personality to a job function and is a vital component to team dynamics.
A lack of cultural awareness and knowledge will limit a company's ability to develop its global business. Consider these points in developing an advanced level of cultural awareness.
Nonprofit professionals who want to advance their career through education have a lot of choices regarding what type of program to enroll in. Here, the University of Notre Dame provides an overview of the main types of nonprofit certificates and which executive roles can benefit most from them.
Conflict Resolution in the Workplace; avoid office strife by using these conflict resolution techniques from the University of Notre Dame's College of Business.
The best leaders in business, politics and other arenas develop attitudes and practices that can bring extraordinary achievement.
Learn what the four P's of marketing are and how this can help you develop an effective marketing plan for your business by University of Notre Dame Online
Gain intercultural management insights from an interview with Dr. Elizabeth Tuleja in a complex and trillion dollar global economy.
Leading a nonprofit organization can be an extremely challenging job. Learn about the skills that can best help executives overcome obstacles like mobilizing resources, allocating assets, managing donor data and writing grant proposals.