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Event Report: Workshop with Professor Restrepo -Systemic Negotiations-

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On Friday, September 30th, 2016, Professor Pablo Restrepo, Founder and CEO of Aluna Catalyst, and adjunct professor at the Desautels Faculty of Management’s McGill MBA Japan program led a group of CCCJ members through a thought provoking and practical workshop on systemic negotiations.  This group included officials from the Government of Canada, Quebec, Alberta, the Colombian Embassy to Japan, as well as the CEO of the Kyoto Brewery Company. Pablo led these and other McGill alumni and other friends from the community through his systemic approach to negotiations using his Negotiation Canvas. This is a powerful tool for preparing, organizing, planning, and undertaking both simple and complex negotiations with in a wide variety of fields.

Pablo is one of the world’s most sought-after and experienced negotiators and negotiation instructors. Based in Bogota Colombia, Professor Restrepo has been deeply involved in all types of negotiations including the Free Trade Agreement between the United States and Colombia, Cross Boarder M&A, Family Business Succession planning, as well as the Peace Process Negotiations with the FARC rebels in Colombia, which recently led to the Nobel Prize for the President of Colombia.

Pablo Restrepo, works with a very wide variety of companies and organizations in North and South America, Europe and recently in Japan. He is working on a new Negotiations by Design program, which will be of great interest to anyone who faces negotiation challenges. This includes everyone, in business, government, and within families.

To learn more about Pablo Restrepo visit: http://alunacatalyst.com

To learn more about the McGill MBA Japan program, visit www.mcgillmbajapan.com