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News + Updates: Margaret Neale Theme

Leading Collaborative Change at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

National Arts Strategies will present a two-day training for leaders at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art November 20-21, 2013.

Leading Collaborative Change, taught by professors Margaret Neale and Gregory Northcraft is designed to give a group of cross-departmental leaders and team members at the Museum the tools and context required to successfully manage change together.

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Participate in our next Closer Look webinar for free

Webinars are a relatively new delivery medium for us. We have decided to our next Closer Look webinar free as we continue to explore how to create engaging and effective virtual learning experiences. In exchange for making the event free, we are asking all participants to commit to providing us with feedback about the experience.

Closer Look: Negotiation features a leading expert in the field, Professor Margaret Neale of Stanford University. In this hour-long online session, Professor Neale will give you tools to help assess when to negotiate and a framework for determining your best negotiation strategies.

You’re welcome to have your colleagues join you as well. There is no preparation required for this event, though we need you to register in advance so we can provide you with links to the event and evaluation.

 

Negotiation doesn’t have to be a zero-sum game

Many people view negotiation in a negative light, as an activity riddled with deceit and aggressive behavior. But negotiations done the right way can lead to outcomes in which everyone wins and all parties involved walk away feeling good about how they arrived at an agreement.

Negotiation: Strategies to Follow and Pitfalls to Avoid is your opportunity to learn negotiation strategies from a leading expert on group dynamics, and influence and negotiations, Professor Margaret Neale of Stanford University Graduate School of Business. In addition to proven negotiation strategies, Professor Neale will be sharing tools to help you assess when you should (and should not) negotiate, and a focused framework for determining your best negotiation strategies.

This Closer Look webinar will put you in the virtual classroom or Dr. Neale, November 11 from 1-2 PM ET. The cost of tuition for this event is $95 per login.

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July 29 online Q&A session features celebrated expert

Talk with an Expert: Managing Successful Teams features Professor Margaret Neale of the Stanford University Graduate School of Business, a celebrated expert on group dynamics, organizational behavior, influence and negotiations. Her research focuses on topics including team composition, learning, and performance; distributed work groups; and power and status. She also serves as the director for two executive programs – Negotiation and Influence Strategies and Managing Teams for Innovation and Success – and teaches extensively.

Join NAS and Professor Neale July 29, 1-2 PM EDT to explore your team’s questions about how to effectively build, manage and participate in groups. In advance of the live event, participants will have unlimited access to a recording of Professor Neale identifying critical challenges facing all teams and sharing strategies for making teams more effective.

Team participation is encouraged. Participation is limited to 12 organizations to allow for the highest level of interaction. Tuition is $95 per organization. Register now »

 

Are your teams as effective as they could be?

There are key challenges that face all groups – who should be included, how to get team members to participate and contribute, how to avoid groupthink so you can generate the new ideas you seek. There are also proven strategies for addressing these and other challenges of team work. Join NAS July 29, 1-2 PM EDT for a small group Q & A session with expert Professor Margaret Neale of the Stanford University Graduate School of Business to explore your questions about making your teams more successful.

This small group discussion will be limited to twelve organizations to ensure the highest level of interaction. In advance of the live event, you and your team will be provided with a short recording of Professor Neale discussing the inherent challenges in working in teams and strategies for being more effective. We encourage you to gather a group of your colleagues and prepare questions in advance of the discussion based on the recording. The tuition for attending is $95 per team.

Space is strictly limited. Register now for Talk with an Expert: Managing Successful Teams »

 

Next Talk with an Expert focuses on managing successful teams

Join NAS online July 29 for a Q&A session with Stanford University Graduate School of Business Professor Margaret Neale. There are inherent challenges that confront all team leaders and participants – from picking the right team for the task at hand to encouraging and enabling participation from the entire team. This online small-group discussion is your opportunity to explore your questions about managing successful teams with a true expert on the subject.

Talk with an Expert discussions are hour-long video-conferences in which twelve organizations get to directly explore their questions about a critical challenge with an expert. Managing Successful Teams features Professor Margaret Neale, an expert on group dynamics, organizational behavior, and influence and negotiations.

The live conversation will be held Wednesday, July 29, 1-2 pm EDT and will be anchored by a short recording in which Professor Neale identifies key challenges facing all teams and shares proven strategies for making teams more effective which. Participants will have unlimited access to this recording prior to the live event. Team participation is strongly encouraged and tuition costs $95 per organization.

Space is limited to 12 organizations. Register now »

 

Different Perspectives, New Ideas

Join us for the next Closer Look – Different Perspectives, New Ideas – on November 17. This event features Dr. Margaret Neale from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business. She will teach you proven strategies for working more effectively in groups – from assembling and influencing groups to leveraging diversity to generate new, creative ideas.

Learn more about Different Perspectives, New Ideas »