Communication Skills

How to Win an Argument

Still stewing about what you should have said the last time you lost an argument with a friend or stranger? Looking for that winning argument that will convince loved ones, colleagues, or clients to your side? How to Win an Argument will explain how to craft winning arguments, using techniques and tools – some of them over 2000 years in the making.

Along the way, you'll learn that arguments do not represent breakdowns in communication but are rather the primary tool humans use to persuade one another without coercion. Skilled arguments are also how we analyze and debate options and ideas that can't be fact-checked, like what will happen in the future.

So join me in How to Win an Argument where you will learn to become a skilled persuader, a better decision-maker, and a whole lot more.

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Created by Jonathan Haber
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1h 12m
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Jonathan Haber is an educational researcher, writer/author, and entrepreneur working in the fields of critical thinking, higher education, assessment, and technology-enabled learning.  His Degree of Freedom One Year BA project, which involved trying to learn the equivalent of a BA in just twelve months using only MOOCs and other forms of free learning, was featured in The New York Times, The Boston Globe, The Chronicle of Higher Education, The Wall Street Journal and other major media sources.

He is the author of four books, including two for the MIT Press Essential Knowledge series on critical thinking and massive open online courses (MOOCs).  His writing on education-related topics has appeared in Inside Higher Education, Slate, EdSurge, and other publications.

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