Negotiation Pedagogy Conference 2019

$25.00

Lawrence Susskind, Lara SanPietro

Session video from speakers at the 2019 Negotiation Pedagogy Conference

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On November 15th, 2019 the Teaching Negotiation Resource Center hosted an international conference on excellence and innovation in negotiation pedagogy, featuring faculty and trainers from diverse fields of practice. Check out these select highlights from the conference for a preview:

The full videos for each of the sessions highlighted above are available by ordering the video collection. This collection of videos includes the following sessions and speakers from the conference:

Welcome & Introduction
Lawrence Susskind, Ford Professor of Urban and Environmental Planning at MIT

Teaching Negotiation in International Relations: Building Winning Coalitions to Manage the Risks and Opportunities of Peace-Making
Brian Mandell, Mohammad Kamal Senior Lecturer in Negotiation and Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School
Monica Giannone, Program Director at the Harvard Kennedy School Negotiation Project

Teaching Negotiation in Law
Toby Berkman, Senior Associate at the Consensus Building Institute
Rachel Viscomi, Assistant Clinical Professor of Law at Harvard Law School

Teaching Communities to Resolve Climate Change Disputes
Lawrence Susskind, Ford Professor of Urban and Environmental Planning at MIT

Teaching Negotiation Using Data Analytics
Niraj Kumar, Founder and CEO of iDecisionGames

Leveraging Video in Negotiation Teaching: The PON Global Model
Alain Lempereur, Alan B. Slifka Professor and Director of the Conflict Resolution and Coexistence Program at Brandeis University Heller School of Social Policy and Management

Interactive Instruction in Online Negotiation Training
Lawrence Susskind, Ford Professor of Urban and Environmental Planning at MIT

Closing Remarks
Michael Wheeler, Professor Emeritus of Management Practice Harvard Business School

 

Negotiation Pedagogy Conference 2019 Attributes

Time required: 9 hours
Teaching Notes Available: No