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  • Lee Negotiation Trainer bio - MWI
    was a great instructor Her exuberance is almost contagious and it really brought the best out of everyone in the classroom I think the fact that this workshop was so useful is because of her knowledge on the subject and willingness to make the most of our time training participant Dispute Resolution Experience Audrey Lee is a Negotiation Trainer for MWI and specializes in the design and implementation of corporate education programs in negotiation conflict management and diversity Since 2004 Audrey has been an instructor for Harvard Law School s Negotiation Institute formerly the Program of Instruction for Lawyers where she has taught the Basic and Advanced Negotiations workshops for lawyers judges sales professionals and business executives from around the world She has facilitated workshops for groups including Eastman Chemical the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Deutsche Bank Jenner Block LLP the San Antonio School District Abbott the University of Chicago s Office of the Student Ombudsperson and the U S Environmental Protection Agency Audrey has also been on the faculty of Northwestern University School of Law and DePaul University College of Law as a Negotiations Professor Audrey mediates a variety of civil and criminal disputes and has also represented clients in federal district court and local human rights commission mediations Representative Matters Professional services Education Pharmaceutical Medical devices Honors Memberships and Professional Activities Association for Conflict Resolution Chicago Chapter Immediate Past President Harvard Law School Hewlett Law and Negotiation Research Fellowship Lectures and ADR Trainings Conducted Negotiation Workshop Northwestern University School of Law Facilitation Workshop Winston Strawn LLP Mediation Process Skills Cook County Mortgage Foreclosure Mediation Program Interest Based Negotiation Skills for Mediators Loyola University Chicago Law School Influence Workshop The Cambridge Group Negotiation Workshop Practicing Law Institute Difficult Conversations Workshop Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Background and Education

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  • MWI - MWI
    and experiences with us Responses will be used to help MWI address your specific negotiation challenges and help us tailor a program for you and your needs If you would prefer to complete and return your completed questionnaire offline please click here to download the short form as a MS Word document and send via fax to 617 973 9532 email to negotiation mwi org or mail to MWI 10 Liberty Square 4th Floor Boston MA 02109 ATTN Neg Form Should you have questions please contact Chuck Doran Executive Director at 617 895 4026 or cdoran mwi org Thank you First Name Invalid Input Last Name Invalid Input Title Invalid Input Name of Organization Invalid Input Email Invalid Input Contact Phone Invalid Input Workshop Date s Invalid Input 1 Describe who you negotiate with and what you negotiate about Invalid Input 2 What do you find challenging about negotiating Invalid Input 3 What do you hope to learn at MWI s Negotiation Skills Workshop Invalid Input 4 Do you have questions or is there anything else that you would like us to know Invalid Input Please enter both sets of letters and or numbers and click submit below Invalid Input

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  • Wanis Negotiation Trainer bio - MWI
    school districts throughout the US In this capacity he helps executives business managers engineers consultants and account representatives increase their negotiation skill while building valuable relationships inside and outside of their own organizations He has extensive experience mediating disputes within partnerships and corporations as well as between unions and management Representative Industries Banking Consulting and financial services Manufacturing and aviation Pharma and biotech Software and IT Federal government Media Publishing Honors Memberships and Professional Activities He is the author of Back Channel Negotiation Syracuse University Press 2011 and Cultural Pathways in Negotiation which appeared in the Handbook of Dispute Resolution Jossey Bass 2005 His conflict resolution related work has appeared in journals such as International Negotiation Negotiation Journal Harvard Negotiation Law Review International Peacekeeping and the Journal of Public and International Affairs Lectures and ADR Trainings Conducted Dr Wanis St John has consulted and provided training and coaching on the negotiation and conflict management challenges of clients throughout North America the Middle East South Asia Europe and Latin America such as American Express Amgen Bombardier Aerospace Bristol Myers Squibb BMC Software de Mexico Cap Gemini Ernst Young Capital One CNN Counterpane Eli Lilly The Mathworks Meredith Group Hewlett Packard PricewaterhouseCoopers Takeda Pharmaceuticals Visa International and many others He s also worked with non profit clients including the Social Justice Leadership Collaborative the Strategic Account Management Association universities and school districts throughout the United States He has consulted with the World Health Organization the World Bank USAID the US Department of State and the United States Institute of Peace In his international work he has worked with Darfur rebel groups to unify prior to sitting down to negotiations with the government of Sudan provided negotiation training to Ugandan military deploying to Somalia as part of the AMISOM mission and to Haitian

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  • Wanis Negotiation Trainer bio - MWI
    CA 1977 1979 J D magna cum laude University of San Francisco School of Law 1977 B A Brandeis University 1972 References Available Upon Request FRANK CONRAD Mediator and Arbitrator MWI Bankruptcy Finance ADR Panel 10 Liberty Square 4th Floor Boston Massachusetts 02109 Phone 617 973 9739 Fax 617 973 9532 Email This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Web www mwi org bankruptcy Dispute Resolution Experience Francis Conrad served as a bankruptcy judge for close to fifteen years and he has taught bankruptcy for twenty five years Over the past ten years Frank has provided bankruptcy consulting services and he has served as a mediator and arbitrator for over five years Frank assisted in the formation of the ADR program for the SDNY and is a member of its panel While he was a judge he planned ordered and implemented ADR and claims procedures to resolve hundreds of thousands of asbestos claims and personal injury claims in bankruptcy He has assisted the judges in EDNY in the implementation of ADR and he has served as a panel member for the ICC International Court of Arbitration Frank has also been successful in negotiating several collective bargaining agreements He wrote Bankruptcy Litigation a chapter in a book published in the Fall of 2001 Bankruptcy Tax Issues Under the Code Changes in 2005 he co authored Cross Border Bankruptcy Update Do United States Bankruptcy Courts Have the Final Say in 2008 and he was a contributing editor for a bankruptcy treatise from 1994 until 2004 Frank has been a fire fighter emergency medical technician and fire and EMT instructor since 1972 he is also a published poet Representative Matters Has served as the mediator in several adversary proceedings involving complex tax and contractual issues breach of contract and other matters Has served as defense expert in a bankruptcy malpractice case Has served as a liquidator in a state insurance and business dissolution case Has served as the financial trustee in a complex asbestos Chapter 11 case Has presided over numerous insolvency and reorganization cases covering a wide range of industries and business including manufacturing news and entertainment media healthcare investment banking brokerage insurance banking retail shipping and leasing Honors Memberships and Professional Activities CFE and member of the National Association of Fraud Examiners Member American Arbitration Association Member Regulation Law Taxation and Professional Responsibility and Bankruptcy Litigation Sub Committees 1999 2005 Board of Directors and International Vice President CIRA Member American Bankruptcy College Member trainer and Board member of the National Educational Assistance Dog Service Lectures and ADR Trainings Conducted Bankruptcy Accounting Bankruptcy Procedure Creditor s Rights and Advanced Research Thesis Professor St John s University School of Law New York New York 1999 present Mediation and Arbitration Western Connecticut State University Danbury Connecticut 1975 1979 Bankruptcy and Secured Transactions Vermont Law School South Royalton Vermont 1990 1994 Background and Education Partner Weiser LLP New York NY 2005 present Of Counsel Jager Smith PC New York NY 2005 present Principal Business Strategy Advisors New England and New York 2002 present CEO ARG Capital Partners LLP New York NY 2004 present Principal Business Strategy Advisors New England and New York 2000 present Director PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP 1999 2002 United States Bankruptcy Appellate Panel Judge for the District of Vermont 1996 1999 United States Bankruptcy Judge for the District of Vermont 1985 1999 Law School and College Professor New England and New York 1967 present Partner Law Offices of Dick Hackel Hull Rutland Vermont 1979 1985 Certified Public Accountant Vermont 1970 1985 J D Fordham Law School 1977 M B A John G Hagan Graduate School of Business 1972 B B A Manhattan College 1967 Pursuing LLM in Taxation at Washington Institute for Graduate Studies 2004 BUD SILVERBERG Mediator and Arbitrator MWI Auto Retail Franchise ADR Panel 10 Liberty Square 4th Floor Boston Massachusetts 02109 Phone 617 973 9739 Fax 617 973 9532 Email This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Web www mwi org franchise Dispute Resolution Experience Maxel Bud Silverberg is an attorney mediator and arbitrator who for the past 24 years has conducted mediations arbitrations and other forms of dispute resolution such as summary jury trials and arb meds on a full time basis He has a BBA from the University of Texas a JD from the University of Texas Law School and a MBA accounting from Southern Methodist University Formerly a senior attorney with the U S Treasury Department Bud Silverberg served as Vice President Tax Counsel of the parent company for Trailways Delta Steamship Lines and other domestic and foreign corporations and then in the private practice of law This experience has provided him with the unique ability to put himself in the shoes of the disputing parties and to fully understand disputes from the different perspectives of corporations individuals and government agencies Representative Matters Bud Silverberg has mediated more than 3 500 cases and has arbitrated numerous others These cases have included disputes involving complicated business transactions franchisers and franchisees including audit and other disputes between Automobile Manufacturers and their Dealers employment securities construction matters intellectual property retirement plans personal injuries massive torts oil and gas international transactions real estate bankruptcy family disputes medical legal and other professional malpractice probates and estates federal and state taxes disputes involving city county state and federal governments among other issues Honors Memberships and Professional Activities Bud Silverberg is a Past President of the Association of Attorney Mediators He is the recipient of the American Arbitration Association s Steve Brutsche Award for professional excellence in dispute resolution and is the joint recipient with his wife Rena Silverberg of the Justice Frank G Evans Award presented by the Alternative Dispute Resolution Section of the State Bar of Texas Bud has been named by Texas Monthly as one of the Texas Super Lawyers for each year since 2003 He has also been selected by Best lawyers in America as

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  • Collaborative Leadership | Decision Making And Negotiation Skills - MWI
    capacity to collaborate find solutions to difficult disputes and communicate effectively MWI has four core offerings Negotiation Training Consulting Mediation Services Arbitration Services and Mediation Training Negotiation Training Consulting Our customized corporate negotiation training workshops help professionals improve their ability to negotiate more effectively and build stronger longer lasting relationships with clients colleagues suppliers and others click here to read more Mediation Services MWI is nationally recognized provider of mediation services We have worked with thousands of parties since 1994 to reach valuable and sustainable agreements in a broad range of areas click here to read more Arbitration Services MWI provides commercial clients with arbitration services designed to resolve business claims quickly efficiently and economically click here to read more Mediation Training MWI s Basic and Advanced Mediation Training Programs provide participants with a comprehensive overview of dispute resolution theory and provide opportunities for participants to practice and develop their dispute resolution skills click here to read more For more information about what MWI can do for you please contact Chuck Doran Executive Director at This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it or 617 895 4026 Subcategories Negotiations Mediation Arbitration Training Other

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  • Collaborative Leadership | Decision Making And Negotiation Skills - MWI
    specific negotiation challenges and help us tailor a program for you and your needs There are two versions of the questionnaire for you to choose from a short form and long form The short form will provide us with an overview of your negotiation experiences and goals The long form will provide us with detailed information to better understand a specific negotiation challenge within your industry Both forms are intended to give you an opportunity to reflect on your negotiation goals and challenges in more depth in advance of the program We ask you to complete section A Contact Information regardless of the version you choose to complete Please type your responses into either version below questionnaire and press submit at the end of each form or send the completed Word form to This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Your information will be held in strict confidence and sent directly to MWI via our secure server Completed questionnaires may also be faxed to MWI at 617 973 9532 Click here to access the short form or click here to download the short form as a MS Word document Click here to download the long form as a MS Word document Please send to This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it when complete Please contact Chuck Doran Senior Negotiation Instructor at This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it or 800 348 4888 with questions Negotiation Training Philosophy and Approach CONCEPTUAL FOUNDATION MWI s Negotiation Skills Workshop builds on the ideas and frameworks developed by Professor Roger Fisher and his colleagues at the Harvard Negotiation Project at Harvard Law School Based on the best selling book Getting to Yes this training workshop features the key elements of Fisher s model widely known in the field as principled negotiation which represents a landmark shift in how negotiation is understood and conducted Fisher s ideas have been implemented throughout the world in all sectors of society from intra organizational conflict to public policy debates For years experienced practitioners have reported that training in principled negotiation has increased their confidence and competence Stimulate participants awareness of the complexities of and their approaches to negotiation Equip participants with a framework for understanding diagnosing and leading the interest based negotiation process Enhance participants skills through hands on experience and feedback Provide participants with ongoing tools support and reinforcement creating a process for continued improvement and learning over the course of at least one year WORKSHOP METHODOLOGY Following the teaching model developed at the Harvard Negotiation Project MWI uses a hands on skill based method of teaching negotiation Core concepts and frameworks are presented to participants in an interactive style Building on the presentations participants will have opportunities to apply the theory they have learned by negotiating case simulations with other participants Case simulations are drawn from teaching materials developed and used by

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  • New Mediator Orientation Webinar Registration - MWI
    MWI New Mediator Orientation Webinar Registration Form First Name Invalid Input Last Name Invalid Input Phone Invalid Input Email Invalid Input Please list the date of the New Mediator Orientation Webinar you wish to enroll in Invalid Input Type what you see Refresh Invalid Input Thank you for your registering You will receive an email within two business days with a web link to the webinar as well as a

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  • Tell a Friend - MWI
    Negotiation Training Negotiation Services Sample Instructors Open Enrollment Workshops Resources Blogs Bankruptcy Mediation Blog Divorce Mediation Blog Mediation Training Blog Negotiation Excellence Blog Skip to content Tell a Friend Page Please enter your full name and email address so your friend knows who sent the message You can add a personal note in the box below Thank you Selected Program To Name Invalid Input Email Invalid Input From Name Invalid

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