Project Stratos – Negotiation Training
The first session of Negotiation Training based on the best-selling, Harvard Negotiation Project book Getting to Yes (Part 1 and 2) will be held on January 30, 2019, in the Piedmont Experience (727) on the Central Florida Aerospace Academy / ACE Campus. Students are encouraged to complete both parts of the program and multiple dates are offered to accommodate even the busiest schedule. Courses start promptly according to the schedule. At this time, all classes will be in the 727. Please RSVP for your training session to email@example.com.
If you require assistance or accommodation, please let us know in your RSVP correspondence.
|Wednesday, 1/30/19||I: Separate the People / Problem||3:00p-4:30p|
|Wednesday, 1/30/19||II: Expand the Pie||4:30p–6:00p|
|Wednesday, 2/6/19||I: Separate the People/Problem||3:00p-4:30p|
|Sunday, 2/10/19||II: Expand the Pie||2:30p – 4:00p|
|Wednesday, 2/13/19||I: Expand the Pie||3:00p-4:30p|
|Sunday, 2/17/19||II: Separate the People / Problem||2:00p – 3:30p|
|Sunday, 2/17/19||I: Expand the Pie||3:30p -5:00p|
Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement without Giving In, is based on years of research in the area of negotiation. Students who complete Part 1 and 2, will receive a certificate from the Aerospace Center for Excellence and will be eligible for inclusion in the Project Stratos recognition and awards.
The Project Stratos expression of interest to participate was extended to February 18th.
Why this program? College admissions are based on more than weighted GPA and SAT scores. In meetings with college recruiters, deans and members of college boards of trustees, it is apparent that students that wish to be competitive must demonstrate well rounded interests and pursuits. Recognition for this program not only demonstrates the student’s interests, but also prepares the student to work through conflict within their other interests and organizations.
About the instructor, Aerospace Center for Excellence Executive Director, Ed Young. Ed has taught this program to students at both the undergraduate and graduate level and as tactical communication and verbal judo for police officers. As a student in the law school and master of public administration program at the University of Kansas, Ed participated in the creation of several scenario based workshops that were part of the Harvard Negotiation Project. A Senior Fellow in the American Leadership Forum, Ed’s fellowship was based on collaborative decision making. Having completed the Civil Mediation program presented by the Kansas Bar Association, Ed also served as a volunteer community negotiator, and started a teenager / youth negotiation program in two communities and believes that conflict resolution and negotiation is a great tool for our students to have in the life skills toolbox.
*Adults may attend on a space available basis, inquire by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
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