Prof. Seth Freeman teaches extensively on the subject of negotiation and conflict management. During his twenty-year career he has taught the subject to thousands of students around the world. He teaches students in business school, law school, international & public affairs, and other professions, and teaches people in many other walks of life. He has been nominated in 2009 as NYU Stern teacher of the year. He has also served as a visiting professor at several programs abroad, including the World Economic Forum, Zhongshan University’s Executive MBA program in Guangzhou, China, Beijing University, and Bordeaux School of Management in France.

Prof. Freeman also has an active training, consulting, coaching, and speaking practice and has worked with a wide variety of clients including United Nations diplomats, KPMG, AmLaw 50 law firms, Pepsi and other Fortune 500 companies, the New York City Board of Education, All Angels Episcopal Church, Acumen Fund, and several other non-profits and start-up ventures.

He is often sought after by leading journalists on the subject of negotiation & conflict management. His interviews and op-ed columns have appeared in the New York Times, Bloomberg TV, the Washington Post, Fortune.com, Huffington Post, New York Magazine, the Christian Science Monitor, Ringler Radio, and USA Today.

Prof. Freeman is the author of the forthcoming book, The Ready & Able Negotiator: How To Get Set For Any Negotiation with ‘I FORESAW IT,’ the Breakthrough Planning Tool.