Stanford Business School returns to Dubai
Stanford Business School is set to return to the Middle East IN January 2002 with its Advanced Negotiation and Deal-Making Strategies (ANDS) executive program to be delivered by two of the world's top negotiation experts. The three day program will be held at the Hilton Dubai Jumeirah from January 21-23 and will focus on group negotiations, tactics for exercising interpersonal influence and change as well as cultural differences in negotiation.
The seminar will be conducted by the renowned faculty team of Professor Margaret A. Nealy, Professor of Organisations and Dispute Resolution, Stanford Business School and Professor Thomas Lys, Professor of Real Estate Management, Accounting & Information at the J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University.
The Stanford Graduate School of Business entered the Middle East market in 2000 through an exclusive partnership with Leading Concepts, which also has regional agreements with the University of Michigan Business School (Ann Arbor) and Columbia Business School.
Leading Concepts, headquartered in Dubai, is the Middle East's leading provider of executive education and event management services. In executive education, Leading Concepts has exclusive partnerships with three of the world's leading business schools - Stanford Business School, University of Michigan Business School and Columbia Business School - for organizing their open enrolment short duration executive programs in the Middle East, targeted towards the middle and senior management of public and private sector organizations in the region. — (menareport.com)
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