My teaching method is based upon a theory of learning wherein students have an opportunity to actively audit their management skills, such as negotiation, leadership, and teamwork and then receive intensive feedback on their performance and how to improve their managerial and executive abilities. This teaching style is highly interactive, active and dynamic. Most important, the training techniques and strategies are based upon cutting-edge research produced by management scholars in Kellogg's Dispute Resolution Research Center, and Kellogg's Team and Group Center.
I developed a massive open online course (MOOC) with Coursera titled:
High Performance Collaboration: Leadership, Teamwork, and Negotiation
It is a 3 week course that is part of Northwestern's Organizational Leadership Specialization.
I also have a set of videos below that can be used for teaching, training, and employee events. The videos were made when I was actively teaching in a classroom, seminar, or workshop setting. Each video also has a follow-up set of suggested readings on that subject.
University of Chicago Diversity and Inclusion Leadership Series (March 15, 2013). Negotiation theory and research: Gender & race
Kellogg Executive Women’s Network & Kellogg Alumni Club of Chicago (April 16, 2013). Creative Conspiracy: Embracing the counterintuitive side of collaboration
Women’s Leadership Forum (April 26, 2013). High performance negotiation skills for women
I have made some webcasts and podcasts on the topics of creativity, collaboration, and negotiation.
Harvard Business Review Idea Cast (April 4, 2013). The truth about creative teams
Digital Workplace 24 (May 14, 2012).
Degree courses I teach regularly:
Leading and Managing Teams
Negotiation Certificate program
Governing Family Enterprises
Women Director Development Program
Cultures and Countries That I Have Taught