Daniel Green is a trainer, consultant, facilitator and mediator in the fields of negotiation, effective communication, and conflict management. He has trained and advised individuals at companies such as Accenture, Bank of America, Deutsche Bank, Google, Horizon Media Inc., J.P. Morgan, Nike, Nokia, RBC, UBS 20th Century Fox and many others. His non-profit and governmental clients include FINCA International, the Colombian Air Force, the National University of Colombia and others. Currently he serves as Chief Advisor to the transportation engineer Dr. Josef Kates, member of the Order of Canada and Founding Partner of Kates, Peat, Marwick (now KPMG). Mr. Green has coached senior executives throughout the Americas, Europe, Africa, Asia and the Middle East. He successfully mediated a dispute between a South American government and a publically-traded logistics company, and was also involved in the peace process in Colombia with the ELN guerrillas. Prior to his work in South America, Mr. Green was awarded the Insight Fellowship where he spent a year studying the role of emotions in negotiation in the United States, China, India and Uganda. Mr. Green is a former adjunct Professor of International Negotiation in the MBA program at EAFIT University, and has guest-lectured at Harvard Law School’s Program on Negotiation, and Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs. He is the author of thenegotiationblog.com. Mr. Green holds a Masters from Columbia University and a B.A. from McGill University. He is fluent in Spanish.