Instructors recommend

Books about nonviolent communication and difficult dialogues

A selection of books by Halyna Sasyn, instructor of the Master of Mediation and Conflict Resolution program at KROK Business School.

  • "Nonviolent communication. The Language of Life" by the author Marshall Rosenberg.
  • "Difficult Dialogues. What and How to Say When the Stakes Are High" by Al Switzler, Emily Gregory, Joseph Grenny, Kerry Patterson, Ron McMillan.


Books on Social Responsibility in Wartime

  • "Humanitarian Business" - Ivan Toman's book examines the role of business in providing humanitarian aid and reconstruction in war-torn areas.
  • "The Business of War: Military Enterprise and Military Revolution in Early Modern Europe" - David Parry's book examines the relationship between business and military conflicts in early modern Europe.
  • Corporate Social Responsibility in Difficult Times


Books Oliver Berkman "4000 Weeks" and Paul J. Fielding "How to Manage Projects"

We constantly monitor new trends and knowledge in the world of business, and from now on, our instructors will share information with you about interesting books that, in their opinion, will help you master and multiply your knowledge. This time, Andriy Koreyba - content leader of the "Management of Projects and Proсesses", instructor of KROK Business School, will share with you recommendation of two top excellent books.


Books "Diplomacy" by Henry Kissinger and "The Promise of Mediation" by Robert A. Baruch Bush, Joseph P. Folger

These two books not only offer interesting and important perspectives for students in the Mediation and Conflict Management program, but can also be useful for anyone interested in diplomacy, international relations, and the development of mediation skills.


Books "Principles" by Ray Dalio and Alice Schroeder's book "The Snowball. Warren Buffett and the Business of Life"

We recommend a selection of books by Oleksandr Kalinin, Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Department of Management and Innovative Development of the KROK Business School, instructor of Master of Global Business Management and Master of Business Administration programs.