This virtual and highly interactive semester-length seminar explores how people negotiate to create value and resolve disputes.
Designed to improve understanding of negotiation theory and build negotiation skills, the curriculum integrates negotiation research from several academic fields with experiential learning exercises. All sessions will be delivered live via Zoom. Emphasizing both theoretical and practical insights, this seminar engages participants in a series of simulations set in domestic and international contexts, building from simple, two-party encounters to complex, multi-party scenarios. Exercises emphasize a wide variety of timely topics, including the psychological aspects of bargaining, value creation and distribution, coalition dynamics, and intra-team negotiation, with a special focus on organized preparation and process analysis.
September 22 – December 8, 2020
Tuesday evenings, 6:00 – 8:00 PM
Upon successful completion of this seminar, participants will be prepared to become more effective and reflective negotiators, equipped with both theoretical knowledge and actionable, research-based strategies.
Eligibility Requirements: PON seminars are open to participants from all disciplines and professional fields. Fluency in English is a must (suggested minimum TOEFL score 570).
Course Materials: Digital materials will be provided to students.
Location: Live sessions via Zoom
Online Requirement: Students taking the course remotely are required to attend every live session via Zoom. Online students are expected to communicate regularly with instructors and classmates within the virtual classroom. In order to connect to class, students must have reliable internet access, a microphone, and speakers.
Tuition: General Tuition: $1997; Graduate Student Tuition: $1497
To learn more and to register for the Fall Negotiation and Dispute Resolution Seminar click here.
Take your training to the next level with the TNRC
The Teaching Negotiation Resource Center (TNRC) offers a wide range of effective teaching materials, including
- Over 250 role-play simulations
- Critical case studies
- Enlightening periodicals
- More than 30 videos
- 100-plus books
Most TNRC materials are designed for educational purposes— for use in college classrooms or corporate training settings. TNRC cases and exercises help mediators and facilitators introduce their clients to a process or issue and help individuals who want to enhance their negotiation skills and knowledge.
Role-play simulations introduce participants to new negotiation and dispute resolution tools, techniques and strategies. Videos are also a helpful way of introducing viewers to key concepts, and TNRC books, case studies, and periodicals address the theory and practice of negotiation and conflict management.