Faculty

The following faculty members will be involved in ‘Negotiating to Create Value’:

Katia Tieleman 

Prof Katia Tieleman is associated with the Harvard Negotiation Programme at Harvard Law School.

There she was trained as a negotiator, discussion facilitator, and mediator. She has extensive experience in working with international organisations.

 Barney Jordaan  Prof Barney Jordaan As an expert in negotiation, influencing and conflict resolution, Barney acts as both a teacher and a mediator who earned his merits in working with international organisations such as the World Bank.

 

 

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