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Negotiation in the Age of the MOOC - online course on negotiation

On October 20th I’ll be kicking off a four-week basic course on Negotiation: Navigating Professional and Personal Interactions. The unique thing about this basic course on negotiation is that it will be offered as a MOOC - a Massive Open Online Course. Got an internet connection, interest in the topic and a dash of motivation? You're in.The Werner Institute has been…See More
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Please feel free to provide a short bio about yourself or the work of your organization (no more than 3 paragraphs)
Originally from the U.S, I live in Jerusalem, Israel with my wife and three children.
Professionally, I am a negotiator, a mediator and a teacher of these fields. I manage a mediation office in Jerusalem focusing on commercial and family mediation. I also represent and coach parties to (mainly commercial) negotiation. I teach negotiation and conflict management to public and private sector organizations as well as certifying mediators for the court system.
My favorite work is teaching negotiation and mediation at universities in beautiful places around the world. I currently teach in universities in Turkey, Israel and Costa Rica.
Please list the countries and/or regions in which you (or your organization) have direct and significant expertise
Israel, Turkey, Costa Rica
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
Jerusalem, Israel
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
Director, Tachlit Negotiation & Mediation, Israel; Visiting Professor, Program on Conflict Analysis and Resolution, Sabanci University; Senior Fellow, United Nations' University for Peace
Which are your primary sectoral areas of expertise (or the primary sectoral areas of your organization) ?
Alternative Dispute Resolution, Conflict Resolution, Education
Which are your primary skills areas(or the primary skill areas of your organization)?
Training, Program Design
What are some of your current areas of research (if any)?
Online Dispute Resolution and e-negotiation
Negotiation and conflict management pedagogy
Simulation-game design for negotiation and conflict management education

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Negotiation in the Age of the MOOC - online course on negotiation

Posted on September 19, 2014 at 3:00am 0 Comments

On October 20th I’ll be kicking off a four-week basic course on Negotiation: Navigating Professional and Personal Interactions

The unique thing about this basic course on negotiation is that it will be…


Teaching Negotiation Online: Part II – new resource available

Posted on September 4, 2014 at 9:25am 2 Comments

As more and more teachers in the area of negotiation and dispute resolution consider taking their courses (or, parts of them) online, I’ve received many queries of the “How do you get started?” variety. And, I’m not the only one fielding these questions. I'd like to share a resource, addressing these questions.…


Simulation game for international conflict resolution & negotiation training

Posted on August 18, 2014 at 7:49am 2 Comments

I’d like to share a simulation I’ve  recently written with co-authors Yael Efron and Nellie Munin: FlashPoint: Syria, 2014.

FlashPoint is a simulation-game constructed as a teaching-tool for the topics of conflict analysis and resolution, collaboration, negotiation, mediation and public international law – or any blend of these topics. The scenario is…


Negotiation, conflict, Mediation and ADR Teachers - Resource Share

Posted on April 29, 2014 at 2:53pm 0 Comments

At the ABA's DR conference in Miami, an initiative that had started the previous year turned into a tradition: Several dozen teachers offered each other use of their teaching materials to enhance each others' classrooms. It was such a wonderful environment to be in, and offered a great packet of take-aways for teachers. Below, is a write up of the materials shared, complete with links you can use to access them if these were available. Also see the…


Developing Critical Patience in dispute resolution professionals

Posted on April 25, 2014 at 10:37am 0 Comments

Read this great blog post by on Indisputably, by Jen Reynolds at University of Oregon School of Law. Jen describes an exercise that she presented at the ABA’s recent conference, which aimed at helping students develop “critical patience”, which dispute resolution practitioners need so much. Sure, we say “patience is very, very important” all the time – but how do we teach it, or help our students develop it?…


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At 12:20am on August 31, 2010, Dan Christie said…
Dear Noam,

Thank you for contacting me. The piece you wrote with Dan Druckman for the Encyclopedia of Peace Psychology was a fine contribution.

Many thanks,
At 6:13pm on June 21, 2010, Pastor Samuel Muderhwa M said…
Dear Noam
I would like to greet you and thanks for the good works, please we need to be your friend and interest about our works.


At 11:53pm on August 12, 2007, Linda Bjork said…
Hi Noam - good to see you... thanks..
At 4:38pm on August 12, 2007, Kathryn said…
Hey Noam!
Thanks for the invite - this looks like it could be a fab resource!
At 5:05pm on August 9, 2007, Sarah Curry said…
Noam, it's great to hear from you! I did do the Grad Cert Program. (Thanks for the help getting in!!!) I finished the first course in July, with the next starting in Oct. Other than that....I'm job hunting and enjoying being at home again (just got back from a 10 day vacation in Europe).
At 2:37am on August 9, 2007, Noam Ebner said…
Hi people - good to see you all! Please feel free to use my wall as a town center, if you need a place to bump into people :-). Feel at home here.
If you drop by for a visit - please! Take an extra couple of lines to tell me and the wall where you are and what you're doing. Keep visible!
I'm home in Israel now, planning next year's Winter Tour and doing a lump of lawyering that suddenly got dropped in my lap. Of course, it's all negotiation anyway...
At 5:11pm on August 7, 2007, Sarah Curry said…
Noam, thanks for the invite this looks like a great tool, especially for all of us looking for a job! I hope you are keeping well, take care!
At 8:27pm on August 6, 2007, Sean Khalepari said…
Hi Noam! I'd just like to second Yara's sentiment - this looks like a great resource! I hope all is well!
At 7:50pm on July 24, 2007, Noam Ebner said…
Well, I'll write you with more details, but for a quick 'impression' - take an English-speaking university, with hard-working, inqiusitive students, and plant it in Istanbul, which simply might be the most beautiful city in the world, add on a graduate program in conflict analysis and resolution - and as far as I'm concerned, I'm in heaven :-)
At 8:49am on July 15, 2007, Mark Davidheiser said…
Noam, good to hear from you again. Let's stay in touch. I would enjoy hearing your impressions of Sabanci.
Le chaim, Mark

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