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Negotiation Skills Virtual Training Workshop

Join a Virtual Training Workshop on Wednesday 17 November 2021, 18:00-19:45 CET with Michael Schnall

This Negotiation Skills workshop is designed to build participants’ confidence in navigating challenging conversations and applying collaborative, value-creating approaches to negotiation, based on methodology developed at the Harvard Negotiation Project.

Through an interactive process revolving around role plays, exercises and case studies – paired with active debriefs and discussions – the workshop will:

  • Build participants’ understanding of key negotiation dynamics and choices,
  • Foster awareness of common habits and assumptions,
  • Equip you with some core negotiation concepts, and
  • Strengthen your confidence to creatively negotiate in a variety of contexts.

This workshop is for camp unit heads and roshim by invitation only.

NB: the workshop will take place at 18:00-19:45 pm CET (17:00-18:45 UK, 19:00-20:45 Baltics and Bulgaria).

To register for free, click here. The registration form includes a few short questions to help focus the training for those participating.

We will aim to confirm your registration within 3-5 working days. Once allocated a place you will be sent a Zoom link for the session. We encourage you to add this to your calendar.

Please be in touch with us at with any questions.

Michael Schnall is the Regional Director of PATHWAYS: Institute for Negotiation Education. An independent Israeli NGO which works with high school students and teachers throughout Israel [and now, Belgium!] to build interest-based negotiation skills and to establish a shared framework and language for creative problem solving.

Prior to joining PATHWAYS, Michael’s journey began in his home of Melbourne, Australia, where he founded and directed an Informal Education Department in one of the country’s top private schools, a unique department dealing with students’ self-exploration, identity and leadership, the first of its kind in Australia. Michael is passionate about re-imagining educational spaces and systems to harness what he believes lies at the heart of learning; play, creativity, community and genuine curiosity.