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Stevenson Carlebach

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Stevenson Carlebach, Director of Eque LLC, is an independent trainer and consultant in the fields of negotiation, communication, and dispute resolution. Much of his work focuses on strategic relationship management for Fortune 500 companies all over the world, including Goldman Sachs, BP Amoco, L.L. Bean, Citigroup, IBM, PWC, Microsoft and Deloitte & Touche. In addition to teaching, Stevenson also designs programs, consults and coaches executives.

David Seibel

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David G. Seibel is Co-Founder and President of the conflict management firms Insight Partners and the non-profit Insight Collaborative. He helps individuals and organizations articulate their key interests and find creative options to meet them. He is a trainer, consultant, mediator, and professor in the fields of effective negotiation, communication, mediation and dispute resolution.

Spring 2015 Mediation and Conflict Management

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This course is designed to raise your awareness of your own approach to conflict, introduce a range of theories about mediation and participatory processes, and improve your conflict management skills. While we will discuss a wide range of dispute resolution processes that involve third parties, we will focus on mediation. Each class moves back and forth between theory and skills practice, using theory to improve real world effectiveness, and using experience to improve understanding of theory.

Careers

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Career Panels

Each year PON organizes a number of Career Panels to support students in their effort to build a career in the field of negotiation and conflict resolution. For example, the Building A Career in Conflict Resolution Series brought leading academics and practitioners together to share valuable insight and experiences in the following three areas:

Insight on Iraq: Notes from Baghdad

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David Seibel, Co-founder and President of Insight Partners

In 2006, Insight Partners and Insight Collaborative Co-Founder David Seibel spent two weeks in Baghdad working with Members of the Iraqi Parliament and other key Iraqi political groups.

David and a fellow consultant ran a series of effective negotiation and facilitated problem-solving trainings for each major stakeholder group, including

Building a Career in Conflict Resolution

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Webcasts
Workshop I – Mapping Your Own Conflict Resolution Career Path

Workshop II – Getting Your Foot in the Backdoor: Strategies for Building a Career in Conflict Resolution

Workshop III – Strategies for Success as a Conflict Resolution Professional
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Workshop I

Mapping Your Own Conflict
Resolution Career Path
March 8, 2004

What is the range of backgrounds that can lead to a

Building A Career in Conflict Resolution

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Workshop I – Mapping Your Own Conflict Resolution Career Path

Workshop II – Getting Your Foot in the Backdoor: Strategies for Building a Career in Conflict Resolution

Workshop III – Strategies for Success as a Conflict Resolution Professional
RealPlayer Recommended (download here)

Workshop I

Mapping Your Own Conflict
Resolution Career Path
March 8, 2004

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What is the range of backgrounds that

Careers in Negotiation and Alternative Dispute Resolution: Perspectives from the Field

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Webcast
Careers in Negotiation
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The Program on Negotiation Student Interest Group hosted a panel discussion, “Careers in Negotiation and Alternative Dispute Resolution: Perspectives from the Field,” Thursday, April 17 from 5:00-6:30 p.m. at Harvard Law School.

In this career roundtable discussion, six professional conflict management practitioners provided insight about negotiation and ADR opportunities along with