Please join us, from June 2 to June 6, 2009 at the George Washington University CIBER, for a faculty development workshop designed to introduce and reinforce key concepts and methods for teaching international negotiation to a university-level audience. Workshop leaders will provide participants with exposure to a range of negotiation paradigms, techniques, and materials. Topics include: Negotiation Fundamentals; Planning for International Negotiation; Experiential Exercises; Evaluating Negotiation Behavior and Outcomes; Strategies for Major Pedagogical Challenges.
The workshop leaders will be joined by guest experts – both practitioners and scholars/teachers – who will provide further insight into strategies for creating and delivering world-class international negotiation courses.
Teaching & Research Resource Materials: In-class Exercises; Cases; Syllabi; Videos; Internet Exercises; Articles; PowerPoint Slides.
Housing is provided by the GW-CIBER and is offered Tuesday afternoon, June 2 to Sunday morning, June 7 at one of GW’s scholar residences. Breakfast, lunch, and some dinners are also provided. Register early to ensure your spot is reserved! For full pricing information and to register please visit: www.business.gwu.edu/CIBER/FDIB09.
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