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Productive Disagreement: Key to Mutual Collaboration

Sometimes it is best to agree on the fact that you cannot agree to everything. In this video at Ted Talk, a world debate champion Julia Dhar explains three smart techniques to reshape the way you talk to your peers. The key is ‘disagreeing productively’ if you wish to find common ground. She suggests that there is a model for structured disagreement and assumes a genuine desire to persuade. By separating ideas from identity and being genuinely open to persuasion is the best way to reach a level of mutual collaboration.

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