Herb Cohen (negotiator)
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|Alma mater||New York University
(BA, Political Science)
He is a corporate and governmental consultant on negotiating strategy, commercial dealings and crisis management. He is the author of New York Times bestseller - You Can Negotiate Anything and has written several publications, as well as given speeches on topics related to deal making, sales, negotiation, branding, and motivation.
Early life and education
Cohen was born in United States, to Jewish immigrant parents. He studied B.A. in Political Science as an undergraduate course at New York University. He later earned his Juris Doctor degree in law.
Cohen taught negotiating strategy as a consultant to corporations, governmental entities, and other organizations. He joined the University of Michigan's Graduate School of Business as a member of the faculty. He is also a frequent guest lecturer at a number of institutions, including The Harvard Negotiating Project, Yale Law School, The Kellogg School, Wharton, University of Wisconsin, University of California-San Diego, McGill University, UBC and the Columbia University and University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
Herb Cohen lives in the United States, with his wife Ellen. They have three children.
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