creative Negotiation Skills for Young Leaders
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
Are you a university-age (~18-24) participant or alum of one of our partner youth programs who would like to continue to build your skills and grow your confidence? Would like to meet young leaders from other programs around Belgium? If so, please contact your program organizer for a nomination and apply now!
In this interactive 4-part program, participants will learn foundations of the interest-based method for problem-solving negotiation developed at the Harvard Negotiation Project and taught at leading universities around the world. Together we will explore and practice creative negotiation skills through role plays, games, and simulations. In addition to strengthening your own skillset, you will have the opportunity to build connections with other young leaders in this supportive and playful learning and network-building experience.
- Week 1: Know Your Game – Key Choices
- Week 2: Creative Negotiation Tools & Skills
- Week 3: Communication & Influence
- Week 4: Negotiation & Leadership
Dates: 4 Saturdays – Feb 20, Mar 6, Mar 20, Mar 27
Times: 10:00 – 13:00
Location: Virtual (Zoom)
Participation fee: Free
Application deadline: February 8, 2020
Nominations: Applicants must be nominated by their affiliated program.
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MEET THE FACILITATOR
Founder & Director
Avi Goldstein is the Founder and Director of PATHWAYS Institute for Negotiation Education ASBL/VZW in Brussels, where he works to build individual, organizational and social capacity in problem-solving, creative negotiation. He started his career in 2002 working with Vantage Partners, a consulting firm in Boston, MA spun out of the Harvard Negotiation Project. Over the past decade, through PATHWAYS, Avi has been working to establish problem-solving negotiation as a life skill taught as part of formal and informal education, from secondary schools to universities. He currently lectures in the Advanced Masters in Innovation & Strategic Management program at Solvay Brussels School for Economic & Management, facilitates regular workshops for a variety of organizations, and leads workshops at Université Saint-Louis, ICHEC Brussels Management School, VUB, Thomas More, and UCLouvain. Avi has also applied his experience in creative, principled negotiation as the producer of several award-winning documentary films, and was honored to be a Sundance Institute Creative Producing Fellow.