A little about the workshop:
Leaders in any field must be able to manage differences, build relationships, and negotiate effectively. In this highly interactive workshop, students will have the opportunity to practice these skills in a low risk environment through lecture, a “real life” negotiation, and group discussions. Together, we will explore the most effective ways to assert interests, understand others’ perspectives, and solve problems creatively. My approach to negotiation is broad and the goal of the workshop is to teach skills that will be applicable immediately–in negotiations with friends, teachers, coworkers and parents–as well as future careers.
A little more about our guest:
Rachel M. Krol is an attorney, educator and consultant based in Philadelphia. She teaches Negotiation and Conflict Resolution at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and has co-facilitated courses at Harvard Law School, Penn Law School, and Vienna University. Through her company, Connect More, Rachel conducts negotiation and leadership workshops for high school students and works with teachers to incorporate these skills in their classrooms. In addition, she continues to practice law and serves as a junior board member of the Gesu school in North Philadelphia.
Rachel received her J.D. from Harvard Law School and her B.A. in History from Columbia University. Previously, she was an associate attorney in the corporate and securities group at Drinker, Biddle & Reath, LLP, and in the more distant past, a teacher at the International Montessori School of Prague.