Associate Faculty Member, Program on Negotiation, Harvard Law School
Director, Eque LLC
An independent trainer and consultant in the fields of negotiation, communication, and dispute resolution, Carlebach also works with Fortune 500 companies in the area of strategic relationship management. In addition to teaching the Program on Negotiation seminar “Mediation and Conflict Management,” he designs programs, consults, and coaches executives through his firm Eque LLC.
Carlebach’s work in negotiation and dispute resolution has grown out of a commitment to collaborative problem solving, community building, and diversity. He taught at Connecticut College, founding the Holleran Center for Community Action and Public Policy, a multidisciplinary academic center that advances teaching, learning, research, and community collaborations. He has also worked with the ministries of education in Israel and Argentina to bring conflict resolution to area schools. Previously, he taught negotiation at Georgetown University Law School, mediation at Connecticut College, and the Harvard Negotiation Institute’s “Difficult Conversations” program. In addition, Carlebach has trained more than 200 therapists in the art of difficult conversations.
B.A., Tufts University
M.F.A., Boston University School for the Arts