Negotiation Table Agreement

The Negotiation Project is an innovative conflict prevention program that explores how academic theories and research about negotiation apply in Washington state public sector labor relations.  Through online and eventually in-person discussions, negotiators can improve their skills and better manage conflicts.  Video Accessibility: To view closed captioning on mobile devices,  select the "desktop view" in your browser. 

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Upcoming Events

Lunch and Learn Sessions
Join Chris and Emily on April 6 and 20 at noon for lunchtime zoom sessions so that you can geek out together about negotiation theory and decision making at the bargaining table. Join the mailing list to be contacted with the details!  

NW LERA Conference
Join Chris and Emily on April 22-23 at the NW LERA Conference for two sessions about negotiations.  In “Negotiating Our Differences—Bargaining Styles,”  we’ll be exploring conflict styles and how that can help or hinder success at the bargaining table.  Also in “Geeking out on Negotiations,” Chris and Emily will be joined by John Henry from Tacoma’s labor relations office and Hannah Hollander from Council 2 to a lead a discussion among all of the session’s participants on common challenges that pop up at the bargaining table and thorny issues that hamper good labor management relationships. 

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