Negotiate! Radio is a nonprofit community service initiative. Its objectives are to collect and diffuse information on negotiation, mediation, and alternative dispute resolution (ADR), both in theory and by analyzing case studies. It is my aspiration that listeners will use the information learned in the shows, especially conflict resolution techniques, in their personal lives, thus living a more peaceful,
prosperous, and fulfilling life.
I interview a series of experts from many industries, academia, and the public and nonprofit sectors; scholars, entrepreneurs, professional speakers, lawyers, etc. We talk about many topics, showing how everyone can improve their lives by enhancing and applying their negotiation skills. As an example, due to the current economic crisis, I had a series of interviews dedicated to assisting people to resolve problems with debtors. I.e. negotiate with credit card companies and modify loans. In other words, problems that are haunting thousands of Americans.
The shows are broadcast live via www.blogtalkradio.com/negotiate and listeners are able to call to ask questions and make comments. Interviews are done over the phone, so the authors can be anywhere in the world. Shows last around one hour and the format is a casual conversation – very interactive. It is also important to note that we can have the show at different times, as to accommodate for the guests’ schedules. Shows are available for download at the site above and at iTunes. Therefore listeners are able to download the interviews and listen on their computers and MP3 players. If you, or the authors so wish, it is possible to post a link of, or even upload, the interview on a website.
Negotiate! Radio is a nonprofit community service initiative. Its objectives are to collect and diffuse information on negotiation, mediation, and alternative dispute resolution (ADR), both in theory and by analyzing case studies.
Check our Blog Talk/ Negotiate Radio to hear interviews with SCMA Members Steven Mehta and President, Phyllis G. Pollack, Esq.