The Women’s Insights on the Art of Negotiation Summit, known as WIN Summit, is returning to New York City for its fourth year at the New York Athletic Club on May 8, 2019! The WIN Summit is designed to challenge conventional thinking and advance new models of identity in order to reimagine traditional corporate environments and make vital opportunities more accessible to today’s professional women. WIN combines evidence-based training, panel discussions and keynotes that inspire women to discover new ways to harness their unique strengths, elevate their skills, leverage their value and advance more rapidly into critical leadership roles.

Now in its fourth year, this one-of-a-kind executive development conference, in partnership with Columbia University, attracts professional women from a diverse range of industries. Speakers include world-renowned instructors and negotiation experts from leading universities, including Columbia, Harvard, Wharton, and Chicago Booth, as well as respected business leaders and executives.  

About Our Partners

WIN Summit is brought to you by The Negotiation Institute (TNI) and Columbia University, combining a diverse set of best-in-class resources to facilitate a fulfilling global conversation on the art of negotiation—for women, by women.   TNI, founded in 1966, is the first and longest-running negotiation training organization in the world, with a legacy and depth of experience that provides clients with unparalleled solutions across negotiation, high-performance sales, procurement, supply chain management, leadership, and presentation skills.

In addition to TNI’s deep expertise, content, and global faculty, WIN Summit has partnered with top academics and negotiation experts from Columbia’s School of Professional Studies. Beth Fisher-Yoshida, Program Director of Columbia’s Negotiation & Conflict Resolution program, contributes her esteemed academic research to the summit, and attendees will have the unique opportunity to network with Columbia professors about post-grad and advanced education opportunities.

Cancellation Policy

As there is limited seating available for the Summit, cancellations are unfortunately not permitted. Any company or individual may send a substitute to the summit or exchange ticket to next conference held. Requests must be in writing and sent via email to and received on or before March 16, 2018. If any or all of the event is changed or canceled, the conference host is not responsible for covering airfare, hotel, or any other costs. Please be advised; speakers, panels and agendas may be subject to change.