In this episode I will be talking about Chapter 3 of The Art of War: Attack by Stratagem.
In this episode we discuss chapter 2 of The Art of War: Waging War.
In this episode I discuss the first chapter of The Art of War, make some comparisons to von Clausewitz’s fascinating trinity, and tell you what is said without being said.
In this episode I discuss the story of Sun Tzu training concubines to be a fighting force for the King of Wu and how it illustrates the power of sanctions to induce changes in the behavior of groups.
Just wanted to tell everyone that I am taking a break this week and will be back next week with the first of several episodes on The Art of War. Thank you.
In this episode I will talk briefly about various translations of the Art of War in preparation for a discussion of the book that will take place over the next several episodes.
In this episode I will discuss good conflict and why it doesn’t happen as often as some people think it should.
In this episode we will have a little fun with the skills and knowledge we have been working on for the last nine episodes. I will tell the story of my battle with my dogs for control of the back yard and how conflict resolution skills are used to analyze
Simply put, de-escalation is the process of calming and reassuring an agitated person. This allows them to disengage from their perceived conflict in a positive and, most importantly, nonviolent manner.
Mediation is the process of using a trained third party neutral to moderate a dispute or conflict. More practically, a mediator helps to keep the parties focused on resolving the dispute. Today we will be discussing some of the benefits and problems of mediation.