(AND AT A REDUCED PRICE)
To ensure the health and safety of our participants during the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ll be hosting the July session of Negotiation and Leadership online.
Same expert faculty, same innovative techniques, new format!
Our virtual program will feature:
- Role plays and negotiation exercises—You’ll have the opportunity to test what you learn by taking part in realistic negotiations with your fellow participants.
- One-on-one interaction with top faculty—Although the session is virtual, you’ll still have the opportunity to talk one-on-one with negotiation experts from Harvard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and other leading institutions.
- Virtual collaboration—Collaborate, network, and build relationships with peers from across the nation and around the world.
Our faculty members have negotiated peace treaties, closed multi-million dollar deals, and now they’ve worked together to convert Negotiation and Leadership into a highly interactive, virtual program.
Featuring the same negotiation best practices and cutting-edge research as our in-person program, the July Zoom session allows you to enhance your skills from the comfort of your home or office.
Become a More Effective Negotiator
Great leaders are great negotiators. By equipping you with the innovative negotiation strategies you need to excel at the bargaining table, Negotiation and Leadership will help you:
- Improve working relationships and resolve seemingly intractable disputes.
- Understand your BATNA (best alternative to a negotiated agreement) to gain a better understanding of your options.
- Evaluate your personal tendencies in the face of conflict and learn to manage your bargaining strengths and weaknesses.
- Recognize the most common manipulative negotiation tactics used by difficult people — and ways to neutralize their effects.
- Win, not by defeating the other side, but by winning them over.
Negotiation and Leadership distills cutting-edge research and real-world examples into three days of targeted executive education negotiation training. At Negotiation and Leadership, you will test your beliefs and assumptions, overcome emotional and rational biases, examine complex negotiation scenarios, and discover a range of competitive and cooperative, integrative negotiation strategies.
Three-Day Program Agenda
Negotiation and Leadership: Dealing with Difficult People and Problems
Day 1: Understanding Key Negotiation Concepts
You’ll examine ways to structure the bargaining process, learn how to identify both you and your counterpart’s interests, and to recognize the most common manipulative tactics used by difficult people.
Discover how to succeed, not by defeating the other side, but by advocating persuasively for your own.
Day 2: Managing Interpersonal Dynamics
Building on Day 1, you’ll discover how to manage the tension between empathy and assertiveness. Learn to navigate personality differences, diverse agendas, and social pressures.
By evaluating your personal tendencies in the face of conflict, you’ll learn to manage your strengths and weaknesses to become a more effective negotiator.
Day 3: Addressing Negotiation Complexities
On the final day, you’ll learn how to shape agreements and informal understandings within a complex web of relationships.
Through relevant case studies, you’ll learn how to apply negotiation theory to real-world situations and have the opportunity to practice your newfound negotiation techniques.
Bonus Day 4: Change Management: Negotiating Organizational Change in the 21st Century
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Session Leader: Joel Cutcher-Gershenfeld
Joel Cutcher-Gershenfeld is an expert in large-scale systems change, negotiation, and employment relations. A professor in Brandeis University’s Heller School for Social Policy and Management.
Session Leader: Kimberlyn Rachael Leary
Kimberlyn Rachael Leary specializes in negotiation, clinical techniques, public policy, and mental health.
The PON team is comprised of world-renowned faculty from Harvard, MIT and Tufts.
Jesse Isidor Strauss Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School; Co-director, Center for Public Leadership, Harvard Kennedy School
Rita E. Hauser Professor of Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law, Harvard Law School; Co-Director of the HLS-Brookings Project on Law and Security
Professor of Social Policy and Management, Brandeis University; Editor, Negotiation Journal
Tandon Family Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School
Lecturer on Law, Harvard Law School and Harvard Graduate School of Education; CEO, Triad Consulting.
Lecturer, Harvard Law School
Lecturer in Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School
Kimberlyn Rachael Leary
Associate Professor of Psychology, Harvard Medical School; Associate Professor of Health Policy and Management, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School
Brian S. Mandell
Director, Kennedy School Negotiation Project; Senior Lecturer in Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School
Robert H. Mnookin
Samuel Williston Professor of Law, Harvard Law School; Chair Emeritus, Executive Committee, Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School; Director, Harvard Negotiation Project
Bruce M. Patton
Co-founder and Distinguished Fellow of the Harvard Negotiation Project
Jeswald W. Salacuse
Henry J. Braker Professor of Law and Former Dean, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University
Gordon Donaldson Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School; Director, Harvard Negotiation Project
Daniel L. Shapiro
Associate Professor of Psychology, Harvard Medical School/McLean Hospital; Director, Harvard International Negotiation Program; Associate Director, Harvard Negotiation Project
Lecturer, Harvard Law School
Faculty Chair, Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School; Joseph H. Flom Professor of Law and Business, Harvard Law School; H. Douglas Weaver Professor of Business Law, Harvard Business School; Faculty Chair, JD/MBA Program, Harvard University
Lawrence E. Susskind
Ford Professor of Urban and Environmental Planning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Senior Fellow, Harvard Negotiation Project
Michael A. Wheeler
Class of 1952 Professor of Management Practice, Harvard Business School; Former Editor, Negotiation Journal
Lecturer, Harvard Kennedy School