Negotiation, Mediation and Conflict Resolution 专项课程

开始日期 Aug 20

Negotiation, Mediation and Conflict Resolution 专项课程

Become a Successful Negotiator & Conflict Manager。Master strategies, acquire tools, and get professionals' golden rules for negotiations & mediations

本专项课程介绍

This specialization is intended for managers - from business, public administration, international organizations or NGOs - who want to go beyond intuition and acquire proven tools to help them achieve greater success in negotiation. You will learn the negotiation fundamental skills and tools thanks to the first Course. With the second course you we will enable you to develop better cross-cultural anticipation and flexibility when you face a negotiation - both key skills in an international environment. With the third course you will be able to choose and lead a mediation process. You’ll gain a deeper understanding of workplace and international conflict resolution. At the end of this specialization a capstone project will be the opportunity to apply your new knowledge and skills with practical cases.

制作方:

courses
4 courses

按照建议的顺序或选择您自己的顺序。

projects
项目

旨在帮助您实践和应用所学到的技能。

certificates
证书

在您的简历和领英中展示您的新技能。

项目概览

课程
Beginner Specialization.
No prior experience required.
  1. 第 1 门课程

    Negotiation Fundamentals

    当前班次:Aug 20
    课程学习时间
    4 weeks of study, about 1 hour/ week exept for week 3, about 3-4 hours.
    字幕
    English

    课程概述

    This course gives you access to negotiation practical tools and best practices gathered by Professor Aurélien Colson & his team from assignments in more than seventy countries and in a wide set of sectors, be they services, industry, high tech, or p
  2. 第 2 门课程

    International and Cross-Cultural Negotiation

    计划开课班次:Sep 10
    课程学习时间
    4 weeks of study, about 1 hour/ week exept for week 4, about 3 hours.
    字幕
    English

    课程概述

    All of us are aware that cultural differences are significant and that they affect how we interact with others in business and in leisure activities. But what is culture exactly, and how does it impact on negotiation, in particular? This course will
  3. 第 3 门课程

    Mediation and Conflict Resolution

    计划开课班次:Aug 27
    课程学习时间
    1-2 hours/week
    字幕
    English, German

    课程概述

    Mediation is a crucial means to reaching peaceful and agreed solutions in today’s world – on an international, political, industrial, peace-keeping or social level. With the course you will be able to choose and lead a mediation process. You will gain a d
  4. 第 4 门课程

    Negotiation, Mediation, and Conflict Resolution - Capstone Project

    计划开课班次:Aug 27
    字幕
    English, German

    课程概述

    This course has been designed to help you apply knowledge, skills, and know-how you have developed in negotiation and in mediation, both as a result of your own practice and the follow up of the previous Courses of the ESSEC “Negotiation, Mediation, and Con

制作方

  • ESSEC Business School

    The Institute for Research and Education on Negotiation (“IRENE”, meaning peace in Greek), has been created by ESSEC in 1996 in order to gather researchers and practitioners interested in negotiation, mediation, stakeholders dialogue, and conflict resolution (academics, senior civil servants, elected representatives, managers and employees of businesses, trade unionists, social mediators).

    For over a century, ESSEC has been developing a state-of-the-art educational program that gives the individual pride of place in its learning model, promoting the values of freedom, openness, innovation and responsibility. Preparing future managers to reconcile personal interests with collective responsibility, giving consideration to the common good in their decision-making, and weighing economic challenges against the social costs are some of the objectives ESSEC has set for itself. Its ultimate goal? To create a global world that has meaning for us all.

  • Aurélien Colson

    Aurélien Colson

    Professor, ESSEC Business School - Director, IRENE Paris, Singapore & Brussels
  • Alan Jenkins

    Alan Jenkins

    Professor
  • Joseph Maila

    Joseph Maila

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