Skills for Effective Negotiations

This course aims to provide participants with the skills needed to be effective and successful communicators through mediation and negotiation, both in their careers and individual lives.

A virtual workshop hosted by the University for Peace - established by the UN General Assembly

November 19 - December 10

Every Saturday, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Eastern Time (New York)

A certificate from the University for Peace, established by the UN General Assembly

ONLY 15 SPOTS AVAILABLE

Register now!

November 19 - December 10

Every Saturday, 10:00 am–12:00 pm

Eastern Time (New York)

A certificate from the

University for Peace,

established by the

UN General Assembly

ONLY 15 SPOTS AVAILABLE

Register now!

What skills will you get?

What skills will you get?

Knowledge and skills to conduct successful negotiations

Tools to analyze conflict as a mediator and find 'win-win' outcome

A live negotiation simulation with a peer to hone your skills

What benefits will you get?

What benefits will you get?

Close communication with your course facilitator to gain crucial, personalized feedback from an expert in the field

Deep relationships with a tight-knit, international network of alumni from the course

A certificate from the Centre for Executive Education within the United Nations established University for Peace.

Live virtual courses are synchronous sessions that take place on zoom.

Attendance once a week to a live virtual session is mandatory.

Live virtual courses are synchronous sessions that take place on zoom.

Attendance once a week to a live virtual session is mandatory.

Interactive sessions and compelling content

This course starts on Saturday, November 19th, 2022, and ends on December 10th. This is a 4-week course. We meet every Saturday from 10am – 12:00pm Eastern Time (New York) The live virtual session, once a week, is mandatory.

Interactive sessions and compelling content

This course starts on Saturday, November 19th, 2022, and ends on December 10th. This is a 4-week course. We meet every Saturday from 10am – 12:00pm Eastern Time (New York) The live virtual session, once a week, is mandatory.

session 01 Negotiations Definitions and Essentials: Interests, Positions, and Communication

session 02 Principles Negotiations and BATNA

session 03 Negotiations Strategies and Styles

session 04 Culture, Gender, and Power in Negotiations

Does the live virtual time not work for you?

Get in touch so we can try to accommodate your time zone next time.

Email us!

Does the live virtual time not work for you?

Get in touch so we can try to accommodate your time zone next time.

How much does it cost?

How much does it cost?

We offer flexible payment plans should it be helpful. Get in touch!

The course cost is

$750

Enroll with a friend a receive a 10% discount!

100% of participants love the interactive zoom sessions

100% of participants felt that the learning outcomes were achieved

100% of participants would recommend this course to a friend

100% of participants would recommend this course to a friend

100% of participants love the interactive zoom sessions

100% of participants felt that the learning outcomes were achieved

100% of participants would recommend this course to a friend

100% of participants would recommend this course to a friend

Meet the Facilitator!

Amr Abdalla, currently based in Washington, D.C., Dr. Abdalla is a visiting professor of peace and conflict studies at the University for Peace and the Wesley Theological Seminary.  He serves as the Senior Advisor on Conflict Resolution at the Washington-based organization KARAMAH (Muslim Women Lawyers for Human Rights).

Amr brings a multidisciplinary background to his graduate classes in conflict analysis and resolution, which he has taught in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Europe and the Americas. He holds a law degree from Egypt, a Master’s degree in Sociology and Ph.D. in Conflict Analysis and Resolution from George Mason University.

Amr Abdalla, currently based in Washington, D.C., Dr. Abdalla is a visiting professor of peace and conflict studies at the University for Peace and the Wesley Theological Seminary.  He serves as the Senior Advisor on Conflict Resolution at the Washington-based organization KARAMAH (Muslim Women Lawyers for Human Rights).

Amr brings a multidisciplinary background to his graduate classes in conflict analysis and resolution, which he has taught in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Europe and the Americas. He holds a law degree from Egypt, a Master’s degree in Sociology and Ph.D. in Conflict Analysis and Resolution from George Mason University.

The University for Peace, an institution established by the UN General Assembly

The world looks to the United Nations for solutions to complex problems everywhere; from ending conflict and alleviating poverty, to combating climate change and defending human rights. As a UN-established institution, the University for Peace works tirelessly to contribute to world peace and progress. Our professional development programs give you the skills to have positive impact on this world, contributing directly to this mission.

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