Keynote speaker Dr. Michael Benoliel offers influential and useful presentations and workshops focusing on effective negotiation. In the past, Dr. Benoliel has worked with numerous institutions including British Petroleum, Shell Oil, Pfizer (Wyeth), Bata International, and many more. His knowledge and experiences combine to create powerful and effective keynotes for your audience. Speaker Dr. Michael Benoliel is the editor of Negotiation Excellence: Successful Deal Making; and author of The Upper Hand, Done Deal: Insights from Interviews with the World’s Best Negotiators, and several book chapters, articles, and teaching simulations.
Dr. Michael Benoliel received his doctorate degree from The George Washington University. He was trained in Negotiation and Leadership in the Program on Negotiation, Harvard Law School, and in the Participant Centered Model at the Harvard Business School. In 2007, after teaching in the USA, he joined the Lee Kong Chian School of Business, Singapore Management University (SMU) as an Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior & Human Resources Practice until July 2017.
He is currently a Visiting Professor at SMU and at the Indian School of Business (ISB), and delivers negotiation workshops for executives worldwide.
At SMU, Michael Benoliel received the Most Outstanding Faculty Member Award, Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA); the Mind Opener Award, MBA; the Classroom to Boardroom Award for linking academic theories to practice, MBA; the Appreciation in Years to Come Award for making a difference in students’ professional lives in 5 years’ time, MBA; the Outstanding Faculty Member Award, EMBA; the Most Outstanding Faculty Member Award, EMBA ; the Innovative Teacher Award, Singapore Management University; listed in the Dean’s Teaching Honor List for multiple years; and was nominated to the Best Associate Professor of Practices two years in a row.
Dr. Michael Benoliel provided negotiation services to: Hewlett-Packard (in Tokyo, Singapore, and Kuala Lumpur); Mitsubishi; Fuji-Xerox; British Petroleum; Turkish Airlines; Accor; Anglo-American; United Overseas Bank (UOB); Advanced Micro Devices; Henkel AG; Pfizer Pharmaceutical (Philippines); Zuellig Pharma; Mega Lifesciences (Thailand); BATA; Prudential; Keppel; Jurong Port (Singapore); National Health Group; Mekong Capital (Vietnam); Sembcorp; Malaysia Oxygen; TNB (Electric company, Malaysia); National Museum of Singapore; Project Management Institute (New-York, Pittsburgh, Hong Kong, and Singapore); Indian Oil.
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