Brian S. Mandell is Director of the Kennedy School Negotiation Project, and Senior Lecturer in Public Policy at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. He is Chair of the School’s Wexner-Israel Fellowship Program. His current teaching and research addresses the theory and practice of negotiation and leadership, emphasizing third party facilitation and resolving organizational and policy disputes. Before coming to Harvard, Mandell taught at The Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University in Ottawa. Previously, he was a strategic analyst for the Canadian Department of National Defence specializing in UN peacekeeping and the implementation of arm control treaties agreement. A Pew Faculty Fellow and Senior Lecturer at the School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Mandell holds a Ph.D. from the University of Toronto.
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On September 27, 2010, the Program on Negotiation presented the Great Negotiator Award to former President of Finland Martii Ahtisaari.
This video shows part of the event, including a discussion with President Ahtisaari on Aceh and the Helsinki Agreement. Joining President Ahtisaari are Harvard Kennedy School Professor Iris Bohnet and Senior Lecturer Brian Mandell. Professor
PON affiliated professor Brian Mandell was interviewed for an article on the Harvard Kennedy School homepage today discussing his intersession course, Advanced Workshop in Multiparty Negotiation and Conflict Resolution. Click here to read the full article.
“The class — of which the objective is to develop the next generation of master negotiators — is structured so
Brian S. Mandell is Director of the Kennedy School Negotiation Project, and Senior Lecturer in Public Policy at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. He is Chair of the School’s Wexner-Israel Fellowship Program. His current teaching and research addresses the theory and practice of negotiation and leadership, emphasizing third party facilitation and resolving organizational and policy disputes.
Advanced Workshop in Multi-Party Negotiation and Conflict Resolution (MLD 230)
KENNEDY SCHOOL OF GOVERNMENT
This intensive skill-building workshop on multiparty negotiation and conflict resolution (NCR) aims to help participants manage complex multi-stakeholder negotiations; mediate public disputes; design consensus-building procedures; examine cross-cultural differences and ethical dilemmas; and sustain cooperative relationships. The emphasis is on the NCR
KENNEDY SCHOOL OF GOVERNMENT (MLD221)
FALL 2012/Spring 2013
Sections A & B
Sections C & D
Introduces students to the theory and practice of negotiation. The ability to successfully negotiate rests on a combination of analytical and interpersonal skills. Analysis is important because negotiators cannot develop promising strategies without a deep understanding of the context of
Registration is now closed for the NP@PON Mediation Pedagogy Conference.
Professors Lawrence Susskind (MIT) and Michael Wheeler (Harvard Business School) are pleased to announce a Mediation Pedagogy Conference to be held by Negotiation Pedagogy at the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School (NP@PON). This two-day Conference will be held Friday, May 15 and Saturday, May
Registration is now closed.
Negotiation Pedagogy at the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School (NP@PON) is pleased to announce a one-day Negotiation Pedagogy Workshop on Saturday, December 8, 2007. The workshop will be held on the Harvard Law School campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and will feature sessions on new and lesser-known negotiation teaching
NP@PON held a one-day Negotiation Pedagogy Workshop on Saturday, December 8, 2007. The workshop took place on the Harvard Law School campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and featured sessions on new and lesser-known negotiation teaching tools as well as on broader curriculum design and educational principles. The workshop was open to the public and geared toward those who teach negotiation and dispute resolution at the graduate and undergraduate level. We expect to offer a follow up workshop in 2009.
Three PON-affiliated faculty were presented with teaching awards by the graduating class at their respective schools. The award-recipients were selected by the graduating class.
Harvard Law School (HLS) Assistant Clinical Professor Robert Bordone was this year’s winner of the prestigious Sacks-Freund Teaching Award. The award was presented at Class Day exercises by the graduating class in
Film and Discussion with:
Brian Mandell, Lecturer
Kennedy School of Government
Join the Program on Negotiation for a screening of Thirteen Days. Set during the two-week Cuban missile crisis in October of 1962, the film centers on how President John F. Kennedy, Attorney General Robert Kennedy, and others handled the explosive situation.
Runtime: 145 minutes.
After the film, Kennedy School