Great Negotiator 2014 Tommy Koh Describes Negotiation as an Art and Science

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Program on Negotiation and Harvard Kennedy School’s Future of Diplomacy Project Great Negotiator award winner for 2014, Singaporean diplomat Tommy Koh, wrote an article about his experience winning the Great Negotiator award from Harvard University and the insights into negotiation he offered while honored here in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Describing negotiation as not only teachable, but also as both an art and a science, Tommy Koh emphasized the need for adept negotiators, “to connect with our negotiating partner cognitively, emotionally and culturally.”

To read more about Ambassador Koh’s thoughts on negotiation, please read his article “Confessions of a Lucky Negotiator,” available here on The Straits Times.

Related Article: Tommy Koh Named Great Negotiator 2014


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