Irish Mediator Excels in Harvard Negotiations

on Wednesday, 18 June 2014. Posted in General

A keen negotiator, with an interest in strategy, Tom Murray (Mii Approved Mediator) offers negotiations training and consultation for ongoing commercial negotiations. He has been working with the renowned Harvard Law School and it's Program on Negotiations, and recently attended the university and it's outstanding facilities.

Harvard University certificate

Tom is pictured here, receiving his academic awards from Assistant Professor of Law Jennifer Reynolds, and her colleague Sam Straus, at the end of an intense advanced course of developing Negotiation Strategies Tools and Skills for Success.


Negotiations are used to settle disputes and negotiate to get a better deal for companies and trade unions. Tom is experienced in this subject and an invite to Harvard University allowed him to develop these skills further.

Tom Murray Harvard University

Tom also met with Clinical Professor of Law and founding Director of the Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program, Robert Bordone.

Testimonial from Harvard

"In deals and disputes, Tom Murray skillfully identifies issues in contention, develops options that expand the pie, and helps clients not to leave money on the table. He has a wonderfully straightforward and approachable manner that enables him to get to the heart of the matter quickly, while still ensuring that people feel heard. He was a standout participant in the Harvard Negotiation Institute and has a bright future in mediation and negotiation." 
Jennifer W. Reynolds,
Assistant Professor of Law at the Harvard Law School Program on Negotiations.

Do you have any comments on negotiations

If you have any comments or any experiences on negotiation that you would like to share, please leave a comment below. Alternatively is you would like to learn more about negotiations, negotiation skills training and/or consultations, phone Tom on 086 8341436 or send a message via the contact form.

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