About: Lara SanPietro

Lara administers the activities of the Program on Negotiation Pedagogy@PON initiative (P@PON) and the Teaching Negotiation Resource Center.

Lara holds a M.A. in International Peace and Conflict Resolution, with a focus on Negotiation, from American University’s School of International Service. While completing her M.A., Lara served as the co-president of the American University Negotiation Project, and also worked as a negotiation simulation writer for the U.S. Institute of Peace.

Before joining PON, Lara worked at the U.S. Department of State, in the bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs and the Office of Inspector General.

  • 2019 Negotiation Pedagogy Conference
  • How Negotiation Role-Play Simulations Can Help You Resolve Environmental Disputes
  • Using Negotiation Games to Develop Skills for Commercial Dispute Resolution
  • Teaching Real Estate Negotiation: How to Identify and Create Value
  • Negotiation Role-Plays for Building Critical Skills
  • Teach Your Students Cross-Cultural Negotiation
  • Best-In-Class Negotiation Case Studies
  • Role Play Simulations to Help You Become a Better Mediator
  • Negotiation Case Studies: Teach By Example
  • Grading a Negotiation: Examples of How to Evaluate Student Performance
  • Global Impact Negotiation Simulation
  • The Best Negotiation Exercises, Simulations and Videos
  • Workable Peace Curriculum Series
  • What an Operatic Role-Play Simulation Can Teach You About Negotiation
  • Best-In-Class Negotiation Case Studies You Can Use to Train
  • Negotiate Organizational Development
  • Changes to the TNRC Order Process
  • The Wired Negotiator: Using Technology in Negotiation
  • Add Variety to Your Curriculum with These Top Simulations
  • Teach Coalition Management in Multiparty Negotiations
  • Teaching Negotiation Online: Where Do We Start?
  • Teaching Negotiation Videos – All Downloadable!
  • Entrepreneurial Negotiation – New Book on Negotiation Challenges for Entrepreneurs
  • Kissinger the Negotiator: New Book on Dealmaking and Diplomacy
  • Teach Your Students Dispute Resolution for Their Everyday Lives
  • Teach Your Students to Manage Two Party and Multiparty Negotiations
  • Teach Crucial Leadership Skills
  • What Are Our Students Actually Learning? Gauging Effectiveness in Teaching Negotiation
  • Teach Your Students Negotiation Psychology
  • NEW BOOK! Conflict Resolution for Children
  • Negotiating with Family
  • Teach Your Students to Negotiate the Principal-Agent Relationship with Fie’s Agent
  • Negotiate International Energy Contracts with ENCO
  • Crossed Wires? Negotiation Games To Help Your Business Deal Sidestep Legal, Technical And Emotional Glitches
  • Gender Discrimination: How to Reach a Negotiated Agreement
  • Culture and Teaching Negotiation: A Presentation by David Fairman
  • Negotiating Indigenous Land Rights
  • Teach Your Students Spoiler Management in Negotiations
  • Revolutionize How You Teach TNRC Negotiation Exercises and Role-Plays
  • Q&A with William Ury, author of Getting To Yes With Yourself
  • Worst Negotiation Tactics of 2015
  • Negotiation Scenario: Hammering out Local Strategies for Managing Climate-related Public Health Risks
  • Conflict Resolution Games: Life, Death, and Career Consequences
  • Teach “Head and Heart” Negotiation with New Negotiation Game Technology
  • World in Crisis! One of the Most Immersive and Rewarding Negotiation Games Ever Created
  • Case Study: Teaching with a Powerful Negotiated Agreement
  • The Negotiation Simulation Method: Teach Legal Lessons by Immersive Means
  • Negotiation Exercises Designed To Help Settle Workplace Conflict
  • Teaching Negotiation: A Symposium On Excellence & Innovation For Teachers & Trainers
  • Share Your Stories With The Negotiation Community