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Mar 16, 2020 7:00 PM

Czech Science Café: Vladimír Nálevka

The lecture with a presentation will be focused on the latest developments of negotiation science. Emphasis will be put on integrating latest research of neuroscience and also irrationality in decision making and negotiation.

 


Presenter: Ing. Vladimír Nálevka
March 16, 7PM in the Gallery

RSVP 

Negotiation matters. Salary, conditions of sale, Brexit, war and peace, where we spend our holiday, number of released hostages. All of these are the outcomes of negotiation processes. Negotiation influences our personal and work lives. To a surprisingly great extent.

The Big Question is whether negotiation is an art or a science. Because if it would be a science, then we could learn and improve our negotiation performance. And we are definitely talking about science. And even rapidly-evolving science.

The lecture with a presentation will be focused on the latest developments of negotiation science. Emphasis will be put on integrating latest research of neuroscience and also irrationality in decision making and negotiation. And we will together translate this deeper understanding of theory into practical guidelines for getting better deals.

Ing. Vladimír Nálevka
Vladimír Nálevka is a leading Czech expert in the field of negotiation. He devoted his professional life to search for ways to achieve better agreements. He is the author of the book Path to Agreement, Negotiation - Game of Life. He leads both public and in-company negotiation skills training programs. He is managing partner at a training and consulting firm Interquality, Ltd.

He has taught negotiation to more than 20.000 corporate executives, sales and purchasing managers, diplomats. His clients range from Allianz, Danone, Google, KPMG, LEGO, O2, SAP, ŠKODA AUTO to the Czech Ministry of Interior or State Department.

His rich experiences in the field of negotiation include also training of Iraqi and Afghan diplomats or teaching people from the Movement for Democratic Change, entering diplomatic service of Zimbabwe. He serves as negotiation advisor in difficult labor negotiations and works also with police negotiators.

He received a degree in economics at the Prague School of Economics. During his study stay in the U.S.A. he studied HRD at leading companies in New York, Minnesota, Michigan and Florida. He took part in numerous negotiation training programs, e.g. at the Program on Negotiation for Senior Executives at Harvard Law School, Harvard University.

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Part of the Science Café series

Science Café is a new series of popular science presentations and talks by the best Czech scientists of today presented by the Czech Center New York. Inspired by the phenomenon of Cafe Scientifique which was first established in the UK in 1998 and spread across the world as a place where anyone could come to discuss the latest ideas in science and technology over a cup of coffee or a glass of wine, Science Café is an informal forum for the discussion of current work and interesting scientific issues.

Come and mingle with people with different interests while enjoying a cup of coffee or tea. An informal presentation from the speaker introducing the topic will be followed by a discussion where everyone will have an opportunity to ask questions.







 

 

Venue:

Bohemian National Hall, 321 East 73rd Street
NY 10021 New York
United States

Date

Mar 16, 2020 7:00 PM

Organizer:

Czech Centre


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