Lecture series and lecture offers of the NAP

Lecture Series of the NAP:

Within the framework of the NAP lecture series renowned personalities from science, business and politics report about important negotiations or findings of the negotiation research.

On November 13, 2019, Prof. Dr. Margaret Neale, Adams Distinguished Professor Emerita at Stanford University, reported on her current study on "The Dynamics of Gender and Alternatives in Negotiation".

On November 13, 2019, Hans-Peter Langer, General Representative Group Executive Vice President Human Resources of SCHOTT AG, founded the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Verhandlungsforschung e. V. (German Association for Negotiation Research) together with Prof. Dr. Markus Voeth and reported in this context on the increasing importance of the topic of negotiation management for negotiators and companies.

On November 13, 2019, Prof. Dr. Thomas Z. Lys, Eric L. Kohler Professor Emeritus at Northwestern University, gave a key note on the findings and implications of his book "Getting (more of) What You Want: The other side of the story".

On November 17, 2015 Claus Weselsky, the Federal President of the Union of German Locomotives (GdL), reported on the collective bargaining between GdL and Deutsche Bahn (DB) in the year 2015.

On October 01, 2014 Federal Minister of Finance Dr. Wolfgang Schäuble spoke about the negotiations on the German Unification Treaty.

Lecture offers of the NAP:

If interested, the NAP also arranges speakers on the topic of "negotiation management". For corporate events, conferences and workshops the negotiation experts of our network will provide excellent insights.