Stevenson Carlebach

Stevenson Carlebach is a trainer, professor, coach, and consultant in the fields of communication, negotiation and dispute resolution. His practice includes extensive work with global Fortune 500 companies and includes program design and executive coaching with a focus on strategic relationship management and difficult business conversations. In addition to his specialization on communication and relationship management in professional contexts, Mr. Carlebach has vast experience in helping individuals of all ages address interpersonal dynamics outside of the workplace. Mr. Carlebach’s public sector work in includes initiatives with ministries of education around the world, and with UNAIDS in Geneva. He is the founder of Connecticut College’s Holleran Center for Community Action and Public Policy, a multidisciplinary academic center that advances teaching, learning, research, and community collaborations. He is a former Adjunct Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law School and instructor at Harvard Law School’s Program of Instruction for Lawyers. He consults on behalf of a number of dispute resolution organizations including the Harvard Negotiation Project. Prior to becoming a full-time trainer and consultant, he was Chairman of the Theater Department at Connecticut College. He holds a B.A. from Tufts University and an M.F.A in Directing from Boston University.