Stevenson Carlebach

Stevenson Carlebach, Director of Eque LLC, is an independent trainer  and consultant in the fields of negotiation, communication, and dispute resolution. Much of his work focuses on strategic relationship management for Fortune 500 companies all over the world, including Goldman Sachs, BP Amoco, L.L. Bean, Citigroup, IBM, PWC, Microsoft and Deloitte & Touche. In addition to teaching, Stevenson also designs programs, consults and coaches executives.

Stevenson teaches the PON Seminar Mediation and Conflict Management. He has taught negotiation at Georgetown University Law School, mediation at Connecticut College, and the Harvard Negotiation Institute’s Difficult Conversations. He is the former Associate Professor of Theater and Chair of the Department of Theater at Connecticut College.

Stevenson’s work in negotiation and dispute resolution has grown out of a commitment to collaborative problem solving, community building, and diversity. At Connecticut College he founded the Holleran Center for Community Action and Public Policy, a multidisciplinary academic center that advances teaching, learning, research, and community collaborations. While teaching at Connecticut College he was awarded Outstanding Teacher of the Year by the Student Government Association. He is also one of the founders of ISAAC, a new public middle school in New London, Connecticut focused on the arts and effective communication, now in its tenth year. He has also worked with the Ministries of Education in Israel and Argentina on bringing conflict resolution to schools in those countries.

Stevenson adapted the Difficult Conversations material for family therapists and has trained over two hundred family therapists. With six children, two teens and four under that age of seven (including twins) Stevenson hopes that he will learn to practice at home what he teaches on the road.

Stevenson is a graduate of Tufts University where he majored in classics and the Boston University School for the Arts where he received his Masters in Fine Arts in Directing.

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