Please join us for Successful Negotiations: Navigating Conflict, Collaboration and Difficult Conversations, the 4th Annual Klingenstein Seminar Series at the NAIS 2018 Annual Conference.
Successful school leaders need to master the art and science of negotiations around a broad series of issues ranging from school policy and job responsibilities and salaries to student and family issues and current events. Professor Michelle Greenberg-Kobrin will lead a skills-based workshop that will provide the essentials of navigating conflict, collaboration and difficult conversations through principles of negotiation that will strengthen your own leadership and your school communities.
Klingenstein Seminar Series @ NAIS 2018 in Atlanta
Wednesday, March 7, 2018 - 1:00-4:00pm
Ticket Required: $25
Register through the NAIS Conference Registration process. Look for "Special Events."
Professor Greenberg-Kobrin is a Clinical Professor of Law at Cardozo Law School and Founding Director of the Leadership Program at the Heyman Center on Corporate Governance. She teaches Negotiation and Conflict Resolution in the Klingenstein Center Master's Degree Programs and is an adjunct professor at Columbia Law School, where she served as the Dean of Students from 2005-2016. The Klingenstein Center for Independent School Leadership is pleased to offer this impactful and cost-effective professional development opportunity. The cost of this event is underwritten by the Klingenstein Funds.