When to Talk and When to Fight
The Strategic Choice between Dialogue and Resistance
Weaving beautiful storytelling and clear analysis, this book maps the habits of change-makers, explaining why some groups choose dialogue and negotiation while others practice confrontation and resistance. Threaded among examples of conflict, struggle, and change in organizations, communities, and society is the compelling personal story that led Subar to her community of practice at Dragonfly, advising leaders in social justice organizations on organizational and advocacy strategy. With lucid charts and graphs by Rosi Greenberg, When to Talk and When to Fight is a brilliant new way of talking about how we change the world.
Political Science / Political Process / Political Advocacy Business & Economics / Negotiating Political Science / Human Rights
About this Author
Rebecca Subar has taught peace and conflict studies at West Chester University since 2005. Rosi Greenberg is a graphic facilitator and leadership trainer. Esteban Kelly is the executive director for the US Federation of Worker Cooperatives. Douglas Stone has taught negotiation and conflict management at Harvard Law School since 1993.
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