Carey Business School (JHU)
Nov 02, 2017 to Nov 03, 2017
We negotiate every day, and many of our negotiations involve people from different national, regional, or organizational cultures. Cross-cultural negotiations, in other words, are ubiquitous. Despite their ubiquity, many of us know little about the strategy and psychology underlying any negotiation, let alone a cross-cultural negotiation. This seminar will provide participants with the foundational skills and knowledge needed to negotiate effectively across cultural borders. A set of interactive negotiation exercises will introduce participants to negotiation principles that extend across any culture, then the ways that culture may influence negotiators’ priorities, styles, and value systems. By the end of the course, participants will understand the features of negotiation that do and do not vary across cultures, developing the skills and strategies necessary to adapt when negotiating in a cross-cultural setting.
Rotman School of Management (U of T)
Nov 10, 2017 to Nov 20, 2017
Execute on strategy and reduce overwhelm with practical, real-world strategies that help executives carve out more time for leadership.
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Jointly developed with Odgers Berndtson, this program will help you develop the intellectual and emotional agility, decisionmaking, problem-solving and communications skills required for success in a critical leadership role.
Create an inspired workplace that supports true human development through mindfulness training, leadership skills and increasing well-being.
Haas School of Business (Berkeley)
Feb 22, 2018 to Feb 23, 2018
Today’s Leader is the Storyteller-in-Chief. You stand before your colleagues, your board, your investors, with nothing more than your presence, passion, and knowledge. Your leadership brings them to “Yes.” In Communications Excellence, you will become that leader. This distinctive executive training experience engages you on deeply personal journey that develops skills you didn’t know you had, so you can shine in public forums and achieve breakthroughs. You will up your game, make personal shifts, and define success strategies uniquely suited to you and your business. You will achieve a blend of the skills, of content, structure, creativity, delivery and personal presence that make your pitch memorable. Your Impact Will Match Your Intent Through this program’s group work and one-on-one coaching, you will learn how to: Make internal and external adjustments based on high-level skills you rehearse and practice Be in the moment and ignite your audience Master details effortlessly and be able to explain clearly Our dynamic faculty offers you their unique, real-world business expertise. Adam Leipzig made 30 movies, working under gigantic corporate pressure with millions of dollars at stake. Penny Kreitzer has coached hundreds of senior executives who have mastered the Krietzer Method, drawn from her skills as an actor. Richard Freishtat trains leaders and educators to have powerful logic and always keep their audiences on the edge of their seats. Registration Deadlines: March 2017 Program — February 23, 2017 August 2017 Program — August 22, 2017