Negotiate and Take Decisions in a Complex World
Programme Overview Webinar
Eager to learn how to negotiate and take decisions in an unstable geopolitical environment?
As geopolitical instability rises around the world, the need to understand international decision-making, and the ability to negotiate effectively with different actors has never been greater.
29 January 2019, 17:30 (UTC+1) avec
Join the interdisciplinary Executive Master in International Negotiation and Policy-Making (INP) to:
✓ Sharpen your negotiation and communication skills in international contexts
✓ Master innovative tools for taking decisions in complex environments
✓ Acquire a deep knowledge of international affairs
✓ Grow your network as you become part of a group of highly diverse and talented individuals coming from different sectors and regions of the world
To learn more, join Professor Grégoire Mallard, programme co-director, for a webinar about the programme's content and its potential impact on your professional journey.
- Programme begins 9 September 2019. Apply now>
Programme Co-Director | Associate Professor in the Department of Anthropology and Sociology
After earning his PhD at Princeton University in 2008, prof. Mallard was Assistant Professor of Sociology at Northwestern University for five years before joining the Graduate Institute. In 2016, he has been the recipient of an ERC starting grant (2017-2022) for his new project titled Bombs, Banks and Sanctions. For more information, see his website: http://www.gregoiremallard.com.