Waterfront Jazz Night (8/21)
Boston Harbor Hotel | August 21st | 5:30pm
Join us for the 4th annual waterfront jazz night, on the evening of August 21st, to enjoy the best of summer in Boston - fantastic water views, a live band, and great company. Over 40 alums and guests attended last year.
The Boston Harbor Hotel runs its signature "Summer in the City" program on the waterfront and that evening presents Sinatra tribute artist Patrick Tobin. You can listen to music samples here.
The Columbia Business School Club of Boston has reserved outdoor tables for alums and their guests. Appetizers will be served, cash bar. Click here to RSVP.
Date: August 21st at 5:30pm
Location: Harbor Walk Terrace at the Sea Grille, Boston Harbor Hotel
Cost: $20/alum, $25/guest
SAVE THE DATE: Beyond Cheap Talk: Productive Conversations in Bargaining and Problem-Solving, with Professor Daniel Ames
Thursday, December 5
Description: Columbia Business School alumni and guests are cordially invited to an event featuring Professor Daniel Ames, Ting Tsung and Wei Fong Chao Professor of Business. Professor Ames will discuss 'Beyond Cheap Talk: Productive Conversations in Bargaining and Problem-Solving,' offering practical advice based on the latest research from scholars at Columbia Business School. Professor Ames leads the School's negotiations curriculum which trains nearly 1,000 MBA and EMBA students a year using simulations and roleplay activities. More information on Professor Ames' research and media presence can be found on the School's website.
Bio: Daniel Ames (Ph.D.) is the Ting Tsung and Wei Fong Chao Professor of Business in the Management Division at Columbia Business School, where he leads the School’s curriculum on negotiation. He is also the co-director of Columbia Business School’s Leadership Lab, which supports leadership development within and beyond the MBA curriculum.
A social and personality psychologist, Daniel earned his doctorate from the University of California, Berkeley. His research revolves around how people perceive and interact with one another. He studies how people fight and cooperate, how people form impressions and bond, and how people read one another’s minds—or fail to. His work appears in scholarly outlets in psychology and organizational behavior and has been covered by media outlets ranging from The New York Times to Scientific American to Forbes.
At Columbia, Daniel is an award-winning instructor, teaching popular courses and workshops on topics including leadership, decision making, negotiations, and conflict. Daniel has delivered sessions for a wide variety of audiences, ranging from non-profit leaders in Saudi Arabia to private equity executives in Connecticut and from law firm partners in Los Angeles to elementary school teachers in Bedford Stuyvesant. Through the Tamer Center, Daniel leads teams of MBA students who deliver negotiation and problem-solving training to incarcerated individuals as part of the Re-Entry Acceleration Program.