We are convening the finest minds on the topic – an array of respected economists, scholars, thought leaders, experts, and a network of influential decision-makers from multiple sectors, geographies and viewpoints – to identify the key ingredients for sustainable economic breakthrough and to help unleash the power of negotiation to solve urgent social and economic challenges and improve lives by advancing groundbreaking solutions that will create prosperity in all corners of the globe. The initial roster of speakers presenting at the 2016 Negotiation & Leadership Conference are among the finest minds available redefining the disciplines of negotiation, conflict resolution, deal-making, economics, contract and collaboration theory, etc. As leaders in top companies and educators at exceptional universities, they are masters on the subject. Some have an academic perspective, while others are more operationally focused; yet, all are knockout presenters who will lead you to rethink your approach to the business of decision-making, problem solving, strategic leadership and economic advancement.
The conference center offers the most contemporary design in meeting space AND offers a high standard of excellence and exemplifies what the Harvard experience is all about.
The main conference program for the 4-day conference, including all general sessions, keynotes, panels, breakouts, workshops, seminars and meal events, will take place on Thursday, Friday, Saturday (April 21-23, 2016) at the Harvard Medical School Conference Center located at 77 Louis Pasteur Avenue, Boston, MA, 02115 and on Sunday, April 24, 2016 at the Harvard Law School School Conference Center (Milstein Center), located at 1585 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02138. There will also be a pre-conference boot-camp on Thursday, April 21 at the Harvard Medical School campus. Transportation will be available to and from the campus and the designated conference hotel. Lunch will be provided to registrants, and morning and afternoon breaks will include beverage service.