Negotiation workshop with Charles Field PhD '71
Saturday, May 5 from 9 am to 1 pm. This workshop is limited to Harvard Club members and their guests.
Learn key negotiation skills for use in both your public and private lives. You are invited to participate in an four-hour intensive workshop on Interest-Based Negotiation, a pedagogy developed by Roger Fisher and William Ury (co-authors of “Getting to Yes”: Negotiating Agreements Without Giving in”) at the Harvard Negotiation Project. The workshop is a hands-on experience designed to give you some working skills when you leave.
The Building Museum, which is graciously hosting the space for the workshop, has also offered a no-cost docent tour of one of their special exhibits after the program. PLEASE NOTE, as the museum does not open until 10 am participants must enter the building through the loading dock which is located at the NE corner of the building.
Registration for Negotiation Workshop (9 am-1 pm) - Limited to Harvard Club members and their guests. $50/person.
Registration for Optional Docent Led Tour of Building Museum (2-3 pm):
About Charles Field
Charles Field is a Senior Research Fellow and lecturer at the School of Public Policy, University of Maryland at College Park. Dr. Field teaches basic and advanced negotiation to graduate students in the School of Public Policy. Dr. Field also teaches as an adjunct lecturer at the Elliot School of International Affairs, George Washington University. Dr. Field brings a rich background in teaching negotiation concepts and skills. He undertook his negotiation training through the Harvard Program on Negotiation where he participated both as a student and then as a teaching assistant with Roger Fisher. He has extensive experience working in both the public and private sectors in the housing and community development areas.
Before joining the University of Maryland, Dr. Field served as Staff Vice President and Regulatory Counsel for the National Association of Home Builders. During his fourteen-year tenure at NAHB he served as chief staff negotiator on complex regulatory and product defect matters. Prior to this private sector experience, Dr. Field served in both policy and regulatory/legal positions at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Department of Energy and the Environmental Protection Agency.
Dr. Field earned his PhD in City and Regional Planning from Harvard University (1971) and his JD from Georgetown University Law Center (1978). Masters of Urban Planning from New York University (1965), and BA in government from Cornell University (1962). He has written extensively on housing, housing policy, regulatory policy and negotiation/joint problem solving.