Tue 12 March 2019 | 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
NBN TLV - Rothschild 74, Tel Aviv,
Join Professor Michelle Greenberg-Kobrin for a skills-based workshop that will provide the essentials of navigating conflict, collaboration and difficult conversations through principals of negotiation that will strengthen your own leadership and provide you with tools to move your project forward. Whether engaging with community members, government bureaucracy, the educational system, a strategic planning process or boards & funders, successful leaders and entrepreneurs need to master the art and science of negotiations around a broad series of issues.
Registration is required.
About our Speaker:
Professor Greenberg-Kobrin teaches in the areas of transactional law, negotiation, leadership and intellectual property law. Prior to her appointment to Columbia, she was an attorney in the corporate, securities, and financial Institutions groups at Arnold & Porter LLP. She received both her BA and her JD from Columbia University.
Professor Greenberg-Kobrin frequently consults and lectures to leaders in the business, legal and non-profit worlds on a range of issues including negotiation, leadership, conflict resolution, strategic planning, sexual assault and corporate and intellectual property law. She co-founded a foundation that make grants in both Israel and the United States, and serves on a number of not-for-profit boards. She lives in New York with her husband and their four children.