Lee Miller

Lee Miller

A graduate of Harvard Law School, Lee is an executive coach and corporate trainer in the field of leadership, influencing and innovation. He also offers workshops on influencing and negotiating for leaders including workshops on influencing and negotiating designed specifically for women leaders. He is also an adjunct professor at Columbia University and at Seton Hall University's Stillman School of business, where he teaches graduate level courses in managerial influencing and negotiating as well as in managerial decision-making and human resources management. In addition, he is a senior faculty member at The Negotiation Institute. Lee is a five time recipient of the Stillman School's Award for Teaching Excellence. Among the books he has authored are UP: Influence Power and The U Perspective - The Art of Getting What You Want, and, with his daughter Jessica Miller, A Woman's Guide To Successful Negotiating, selected by Huffington Post as "One of the 16 Must Reads for Aspiring Women Leaders" and a featured book on the Early Show and Good Morning America. He is also the co-author of Getting People to Believe in Something They Can't Yet Imagine published in the Harvard Business Review Online.

What Every Woman Executive Thinks They Know About Influencing and Why Those Strategies
You do not get to be a successful executive without the ability to influence and motivate others. Continuing to do what got you to where you are will likely enable you to continue to be successful unless market conditions change, innovation threatens your competitive advantage or a crisis arises. Lee Miller will show you how to think differently about influencing and dramatically enhance your effectiveness as a leader. He will provide you with the strategic influencing and negotiating tools that will enable you to gain critical support when you most need it, and are least likely to get it.