William Ury
Getting to Peace: Transforming Conflict at Home, at Work, and in the World
September 06, 2019 Comments.. 713
Getting to Peace Transforming Conflict at Home at Work and in the World We ve been taught that war is human nature that there is little that we as individuals can do about it Here is a book which turns the conventional wisdom upside down shows why how peace is now within

  • Title: Getting to Peace: Transforming Conflict at Home, at Work, and in the World
  • Author: William Ury
  • ISBN: 0756768128
  • Page: 292
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  • We ve been taught that war is human nature, that there is little that we as individuals can do about it Here is a book which turns the conventional wisdom upside down shows why how peace is now within our grasp Based on two decades of research new anthropological evidence, the book revisits our past radically reframes old perceptions of human conflict Presents a powerful new approach for dealing with human differences Ury calls it the Third Side In every dispute there are not just two sides, but an untapped third side that can transform destructive conflicts into cooperation Using real life examples from the family, the school, the workplace, the world, he gives ten practical ways we can all tap the power of the third side.

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    1 Blog on “Getting to Peace: Transforming Conflict at Home, at Work, and in the World

    1. None says:

      This book gives a good introduciton to the concept of mediation, but that's probably that's all it is.This book spells out the benfits of mediation, and reasons for it. However it does not teach one how to be a successful mediator.For somebody who is completely new to the concept of mediation, this may be a good book to start.To those who have read this book and want to get to know more about the subject, I recommend them to read "Getting Past No", another book by Ury.

    2. None says:

      A powerful treatise on ways that human beings can live together peacefully in the new millennium. The first part of the book invites the reader to re-imagine conflict as three-sided, with those on the Third Side in the role of peacemaker. The second part revisits mankind's past and offers powerful evidence to suggest that destructive conflict may not be part of human nature. The third part invites the reader to become a Third Sider, and offers practical suggestions on how to prevent, resolve [...]

    3. None says:

      Ury clearly states his reasons why violence is not inevitable and backs them up with evidence. Then he gives directions how to get to peace in almost every conflict. Everyone who thinks violence is the final word would do well to consume this easily readable book.It's a shame this title is out of print. It is available as The Third Side, in paperback.

    4. None says:

      In "Getting to Peace: Transforming Conflict at Home, At Work, and In the World" William Ury, a world famous negotiator, brings his years of experience to the average person. The book takes the view that conflict always has three sides, the two opposing sides and the third side which is that of a peacemaker. Contrary to what most people might think, William Ury takes the position that conflict is not a normal part of human nature, so destructive conflict is not inevitable. He proves his point [...]

    5. None says:

      An anthropologist and expert on negotiation takes a look at violent conflict, both interpersonal and international, and optimistically describes what we can do to prevent, resolve, and contain it. The book is divided into three parts:1. a description of the importance of the "third side" in a conflict2. an examination of the history of violent conflict and speculations about its future3. explanations of ten ways the third side can help to avert violenceUry argues for the importance of what he ca [...]

    6. None says:

      This book gives a good introduciton to the concept of mediation, but that's probably that's all it is.This book spells out the benfits of mediation, and reasons for it. However it does not teach one how to be a successful mediator.For somebody who is completely new to the concept of mediation, this may be a good book to start.To those who have read this book and want to get to know more about the subject, I recommend them to read "Getting Past No", another book by Ury.

    7. None says:

      A powerful treatise on ways that human beings can live together peacefully in the new millennium. The first part of the book invites the reader to re-imagine conflict as three-sided, with those on the Third Side in the role of peacemaker. The second part revisits mankind's past and offers powerful evidence to suggest that destructive conflict may not be part of human nature. The third part invites the reader to become a Third Sider, and offers practical suggestions on how to prevent, resolve [...]

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