40 min

Moshe Cohen: Navigating Challenges with Confidence The Drop In CEO

    • Management

In this episode, Deb introduces Moshe Cohen, as he shares the importance of being able to differentiate between perceptions and reality in difficult situations, the value of mediation, cultivating a positive organizational culture, and the critical role of self-advocacy and negotiation skills in personal and professional growth. Additionally, they touch on societal trends affecting communication and conflict and advocate for more empathy, less judgment, and the importance of engaging in meaningful conversations.

 

Episode Highlights:

02:45 Optimism in the Face of Adversity: Insights from Moshe Cohen

11:43 Navigating Difficult Conversations and Mediation in the Workplace

30:42 The Power of Self-Advocacy in Negotiations

36:13 Trends in Society and Business: The Importance of Communication

 

Moshe Cohen has been teaching negotiation, leadership, conflict resolution and organizational behavior as founder of The Negotiating Table since 1995 and as a senior lecturer at Boston University's Questrom School of Business since 2000. He has worked with thousands of students as well as companies worldwide. As a mediator, Moshe has worked to resolve hundreds of matters, and also coaches executives, managers, and individuals on leading others and negotiating effectively. He is the author of three books - Collywobbles, How to Negotiate When Negotiating Makes You Nervous;Optimism is a Choice and Other Timeless Ideas; and The Optimistic Pessimist: More Timeless Ideas. He has also written numerous articles and cases, and appears in podcasts, videos, and interviews. Moshe studied Physics at Cornell University and has a Master's in Electrical Engineering from McGill University, specializing in robotics. After a dozen years in robotics, he completed his MBA from Boston University and fell in love with negotiation, mediation, and leadership.

 

You can connect with Moshe in the following ways:

LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/moshecohen/

Twitter - @mediatormoshe

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/mediatormoshe

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/mediatormoshe/

 

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In this episode, Deb introduces Moshe Cohen, as he shares the importance of being able to differentiate between perceptions and reality in difficult situations, the value of mediation, cultivating a positive organizational culture, and the critical role of self-advocacy and negotiation skills in personal and professional growth. Additionally, they touch on societal trends affecting communication and conflict and advocate for more empathy, less judgment, and the importance of engaging in meaningful conversations.

 

Episode Highlights:

02:45 Optimism in the Face of Adversity: Insights from Moshe Cohen

11:43 Navigating Difficult Conversations and Mediation in the Workplace

30:42 The Power of Self-Advocacy in Negotiations

36:13 Trends in Society and Business: The Importance of Communication

 

Moshe Cohen has been teaching negotiation, leadership, conflict resolution and organizational behavior as founder of The Negotiating Table since 1995 and as a senior lecturer at Boston University's Questrom School of Business since 2000. He has worked with thousands of students as well as companies worldwide. As a mediator, Moshe has worked to resolve hundreds of matters, and also coaches executives, managers, and individuals on leading others and negotiating effectively. He is the author of three books - Collywobbles, How to Negotiate When Negotiating Makes You Nervous;Optimism is a Choice and Other Timeless Ideas; and The Optimistic Pessimist: More Timeless Ideas. He has also written numerous articles and cases, and appears in podcasts, videos, and interviews. Moshe studied Physics at Cornell University and has a Master's in Electrical Engineering from McGill University, specializing in robotics. After a dozen years in robotics, he completed his MBA from Boston University and fell in love with negotiation, mediation, and leadership.

 

You can connect with Moshe in the following ways:

LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/moshecohen/

Twitter - @mediatormoshe

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/mediatormoshe

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/mediatormoshe/

 

For more insights:

Follow me on my YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/47GgMdn 

Sign up for my Weekly Newsletter:  https://bit.ly/3T09kVc

Sign up for my LinkedIn Newsletter: https://bit.ly/49SmRV3
See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

40 min