Coaching Global Mediators
Another very successful sold-out fall training on Mediating Disputes with led by Prof Mnookin, Friedman and Curtis took place at Harvard, with dozens of participants from around the world. Dinnar was instrumental in designing and launching this course with Prof. Mnookin several years ago, and provided personal coaching to mediators during simulations.
The success of any mediation is predicated on the skills of the mediator. In this popular program, participants acquire the practical skills and techniques for facilitating negotiations between disputing parties. From family and employment matters to public policy and business disagreements, we uncover effective ways to settle differences and mediate disputes across a variety of contexts. We provide participants with core mediation skills and training, as well as examine the mediation process through the lens of both caucus and non-caucus models of practice. We consider the role of law, as well as interest-based bargaining, in shaping mediated settlements, and address legal and ethical issues in mediation, in addition to the psychological dimensions of the mediation process.
Global Negotiations in London
Following the continued success with innovative global executive training, The Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School partnered with Ivo to hold the first PON Global London Course in September 2017. PON instructor Samuel (Mooly) Dinnar and the program received enthusiastic feedback, and the next course is now scheduled for February 2018.
“PON provides us with a complete and powerful toolkit to make us effective negotiators. Interestingly, it also imbues us with the responsibility to use it for a higher purpose and to do good!”
- General Manager, Biopharmaceutical Company
“Well thought out, thought provoking course led by incredibly intelligent and engaging individuals. This should be mandatory for world leaders!”
- Senior Manager, Asset Management Company
“There are very few courses or situations that cause you to reconsider the way you think and react on a daily basis – this certainly does! Useful not only on a corporate level, but on a personal level too.”
- National Account Manager, Healthcare Provider
“Excellent course, expertly delivered – that gives real value to your day to day negotiations and more.”
- Facilities Lead, Restaurant Group
Peacemakers’ Complex Mediations at Harvard
48 peacemakers and mediators from over 19 countries across the globe completed the very successful third annual Harvard Negotiation Institute's Advanced Mediation Course.
The Harvard Negotiation Institute's advanced course is designed for practicing mediators. Developed and taught by David Hoffman, Larry Susskind, Samuel Dinnar, Susan Podziba and Audrey Lee this course focuses on the participants developing the strategies, tools and skills required to handle complex dispute situations and deal with multiparty conflicts, as well as on developing self-reflection of their own practice, within their own local culture.
Harvard’s PON Global Expansion
Continuing to expand the reach of the Global Executive Negotiation Seminar, The Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School and the Technion held its third session in April 2017 delivered by PON instructor Samuel (Mooly) Dinnar. Another course scheduled for September 2017.
Supporting our mission to improve the theory and practice of negotiation around the world, the Program on Negotiation (PON) at Harvard Law School is pleased to expand it’s new and innovative blended learning program—PON Global. Composed of dynamic videos and video conferencing segments that feature senior PON faculty and facilitated by an on-the-ground, PON instructor, this groundbreaking program brings PON’s negotiation concepts, techniques, and curriculum to people around the world, and largely mirrors the extremely popular Executive Education program that PON has offered in Cambridge, Massachusetts, for more than 30 years.
In this program, participants have the opportunity to test their beliefs and assumptions, overcome emotional and rational biases, examine complex negotiation scenarios, and discover a range of competitive and cooperative negotiation strategies. The course is designed to help participants more deeply understand negotiating concepts, acquire proven negotiating techniques, and have the opportunity to put their learning into practice through in-class exercises. In addition, there are interactive web-based video sessions with expert faculty broadcast live from Harvard.
Building on a time- and road-tested curriculum that has been utilized by more than 30,000 executives, PON Global provides a framework for negotiation—equipping participants to overcome barriers, manage conflict, and achieve better outcomes at the bargaining table.
Executive Negotiations Workshop in Rome
In May of 2017, Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School instructor Samuel (Mooly) Dinnar delivered another successful PON Global workshop at LUISS School of Law, in collaboration with ADR Center in Rome, Italy.
LUISS School of Law, in collaboration with ADR Center, will served as partner and host for this Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School course. LUISS School of Law (LSL) represents an innovation in the field of legal studies in Italy. LSL was conceived within the framework of the international strategic objectives being pursued by LUISS Guido Carli, one of Italy’s leading institutions. ADR Center is a leading European provider of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). ADR Center has extensive experience directly conducting and managing ADR capacity building projects throughout the world.
Composed of dynamic videos and video conferencing segments that feature senior PON faculty and facilitated by the on-the-ground PON instructor, this groundbreaking program brings PON’s negotiation concepts, techniques, and curriculum to people around the world, and largely mirrors the extremely popular Executive Education program that PON has offered in Cambridge, Massachusetts, for more than 30 years.
Keynote at Greek Mediation Conference
Samuel (Mooly) Dinnar was the keynote speaker at Greece's national mediation conference in Athens, organized by the Institute for Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution, together with the Athens and Hellenic Chambers of Commerce and Industry.
Organized by the Institute for Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution, together with the Athens Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI), the Union of Hellenic Chambers of Commerce and Industry (UHC), prominent Greek academics and eminent jurists. IADR is a non-profit organization promoting, studying and developing Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) through educational processes and information campaigns. IADR is a culmination of multiple initiatives in the field of Arbitration, Mediation and Negotiation aiming to provide support and research to the benefit of the legal and business community, the scientific community and ultimately to the benefit of the citizen and society.