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advanced negotiation training

The following items are tagged advanced negotiation training:

Conflict Resolution in the Workplace: Connecting the Relational Coordination Community with the Program on Negotiation Community

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The Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School invites you to:

Conflict Resolution in the Workplace:
Connecting the Relational Coordination Community with the Program on Negotiation Community
 Thursday, September 27, 2018
1:30 – 5:00 PM
WCC 3015
Harvard Law School Campus
Cambridge, MA
No charge for participants; light refreshments provided.
Please RSVP to Diane Long at dlong@law.harvard.edu.
Workshop Overview:

The aim of the workshop is to

Entrepreneurial Negotiation; a Book Talk with Lawrence Susskind and Samuel Dinnar

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The Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School is pleased to present:

Entrepreneurial Negotiation
A book talk with co-authors

Lawrence Susskind
Ford Professor of Urban and Environmental Planning, MIT
and

Samuel Dinnar
Mediator & Consultant
Thursday, September 13, 2018
5:30 – 7:00 PM
WCC 2012
Harvard Law School Campus
Cambridge, MA
Free and open to the public.
A reception will follow the talk.
About the Book:

The great majority of startups

Case Study Explores Efficacy of IPNP

Posted by & filed under Middle East Negotiation Initiative (MENI), The Israeli Palestinian Negotiating Partners (IPNP).

The mission statement of the Israeli Palestinian Negotiating Partners (IPNP) is “To increase the effectiveness of the Israeli Palestinian negotiations and dialogue process by creating a network of negotiators, developing and disseminating common negotiation tools and methodologies, and encouraging a language and constructive culture of negotiation.”

But how effective has this effort been?

James Sebenius and Shula