Negotiation Consulting for Non-Profit Organizations
We provide advice, mediation, and training to help non-profit organizations around the world — including educational institutions, health authorities, sports clubs, environmental groups, and foundations — with their most challenging negotiations.
In addition to non-profit clients, our team has advised clients ranging from the United Nations, World Bank, and Heads of State, to corporations such as HSBC, Johnson & Johnson, and Microsoft, and high-profile unions.
The Managing Director of Negotiation Advice International (NAI), Peter D. Johnston, spearheads all of our client engagements. He is an internationally recognized negotiation expert, sought-after negotiation consultant, speaker, mediator, and bestselling author. His award-winning book, Negotiating with Giants, relays lessons from our firm’s advisory work and some of history’s most difficult negotiations. Peter’s negotiation results have been formally recognized by the United States Government for their positive economic and social impact, both domestically and abroad.
We consistently achieve superior results for non-profits on all fronts, including external non-profit negotiations, conflict management, mediation, difficult boardroom dynamics, and negotiating internal decisions.
Below are a dozen brief examples of engagements executed by our principals with non-profit organizations. We always try to give back to our local and global communities, and as such, our services advising on non-profit negotiations, training non-profits, and speaking at non-profit events are provided at a standard discount to our rates for other NAI clients.
As negotiation experts trusted by business, government, and non-profit leaders, as well as athletes, celebrities, and public figures, our reputation for discretion and confidentiality is critical to us. Given the sensitive nature of our work, most of our clients’ names can never be made public. However, we do identify some clients when and as appropriate, only connecting them to detailed project descriptions on an exceptional basis.