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|Saxion University of Applied Sciences lecturer|
Adrian Borggreve has been lecturing business Communication, Conflict Management, Negotiating and Intercultural management at Saxion University of Applied Science since 1986 and as an honorary professor at Hannover University of Applied Sciences & Arts. He is an experienced trainer in conflict resolution and negotiation in BA and MBA courses from many universities in Europe, China, India Indonesia and for staff members from large companies and semi-public organizations.Download tutor’s CV
"Learn how to make the difference in dealing with conflicts and negotiating good outcomes". Conflicts are a fact of life since we all have different values, needs, interests and goals. And as our world becomes increasingly interdependent, more and more people bump into one another more and more often. Organizations require professionals to deal with their counterparts in countries with different economic, cultural, legal and political environments. Nobody is a successful problem solver by nature. The good thing is that you can improve your skills by training with proven methods and techniques.Schedule: Monday - Friday, 9:00 - 14:00
Credits: You will receive an official Certificate of Attendance upon completion of your course. Please inform the organizing staff if you require any extra supplements, such as Transcript of Records. The student is eligible to receive up to 5 ECTS credits, however please follow the instructions here and consult the acknowledgment process with your university in advance.
Price: Course fee includes the application fee, study materials and afternoon / evening social activities and events, welcome and goodbye drink. Other expenses, such as transportation, meals, accommodation, insurance, personal expenses, extra activities (such as trips outside town, entrance fees, some of the sport activities and rentals), and required equipment (i.e. personal laptop) are not included in the price.
Accommodation: For accommodation options, please visit the dedicated page here.
Andreas, Sweden - Communication, Negotiation and Conflict Management
„European Summer School helped me discover the best parts of Prague. The course was great, I learned many new things I will apply in both my studies as well my future life. The free time activities were also great with a combination of sightseeing and social events. I study at university, but European Summer School is the best school I went to so far. I will always remember my time in Prague thanks to the dedicated teachers, staff and classmates.“
Day 1 - Conflicts and negotiation: Your current approach
- Case: A Desperate Decision – how to deal with a problem?
- Organising and evaluating decision-making processes
- Case: Low Skies - Negotiating 1 on 1
- The Constructive Negotiator I: types of conflicts and the Conflict Analysis Tool
- Case: Quarania - Group work
- The Constructive Negotiator II: The Harvard Method and The Seven Element Preparation Tool
- Case: Allbright - Negotiating 1 on 1
- Self assessment
- Case: Passion - Negotiating 1 on 1
- The Constructive Negotiator III: Multi Criteria Analysis
- Ecotonos. A multicultural problem solving simulation
- The Constructive Negotiator IV
- Case: Oil pipeline through Lithuania - Group work
- Case: Access to the Sea (Moldova & Ukraine - Group work
Day 1 - What the literature says about negotiations
- Individual presentations literature research Conflict Resolution
- Case: Travelmania – Fond of Travelling - Group work
- Consulting & mediation - individual
- Case: Bricks or Content?
- Case: Enlarge the open area and improve your communication (Johari & Schulz von Thun)
- Case: Your conflicts, your cases, your solutions Groups design and write a real life case (business, personal/ issues, geopolitical) and a solution for the two parties involved.
- Presentation and assessing the real life case studies designed by the groups.
Fisher, R., and W. Ury (1981) Getting to Yes. Negotiating Agreement Without Giving In. Ed. Penguin Group (USA) Inc. New York.
Fisher, R. and S. Brown, Getting Together. Building Relationships As We Negotiate. New York 1988
Fisher, R., E. Kopelman, A. Kupfer Schneider, Beyond Machiavelly. Tools for coping with conflict. New York 1996.
Stone, D., B. Patton, S. Heen, Difficult conversations. How to discuss what matters most. New York 1999.
Course materials, case studies, hand outs etc. will be provided during the training.