How to negotiate and make pragmatic decisions in times of pandemic and uncertainties?
As geopolitical instability and insecurity rises, the need to understand global challenges in decision-making, and the ability to negotiate effectively with opposing and different stakeholders have never been greater.
Join us for an online presentation of our Executive Master on International Negotiation and Policy-Making and ask all your questions to Professor Grégoire Mallard, Programme co-director.
27 July 2020, 12:30 (UTC+2) with
The programme will help you:
Sharpen your negotiation and policy-making skills in current international contexts
Learn how to take decisions in complex, unstable and evolving environments
Acquire a deep knowledge of geopolitical landscape, debates and international affairs
Programme starts on 7 September 2020. Seats are filling up, apply now!
Co-Director, Executive Master in International Negotiation & Policy-Making