Alignor is the global leader in performance improvement solutions utilizing the interest-based approach to negotiation, collaboration, influencing, leadership development and conflict resolution. Alignor was founded by Harvard Law graduates and expert negotiators who developed a streamlined, effective process for managing key negotiations, handling business challenges and resolving high stakes disputes. Alignor helps its clients achieve their business objectives through a wide array of products and services, including scenario-based computer simulations, customized training, expert coaching and consulting, evaluation tools, blended learning and e-learning, and customized job aids and tools.
The Alignor approach to negotiation, leadership development, and conflict resolution has been embraced by clients in numerous industries as a “best practice” for such core activities as sales, account management, procurement, supply chain management, contract negotiations, mergers and acquisitions, strategic decisions, conflict resolution, project management and improving organizational alignment.
Organizations implementing Alignor’s approach to negotiation have documented substantial revenue increases, faster closing time for deals, reduced costs, and stronger relationships (internal and external) that they attribute to their work with Alignor.
Alignor has trained and worked with thousands of business professionals from organizations throughout the United States and the world, including 3M, ABN AMRO, AstraZeneca, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cadbury, Caterpillar, the CCIM Institute, Delta Air Lines, Deluxe, Disney, General Mills, the Government of India, Grupo Televisa, HealthPartners, Imation Corp., International Dairy Queen, Land O’ Lakes, Mylan Laboratories, PanAmSat, Pepsico, Sandoz Pharmaceuticals, Schwan’s, SuperValu, Syngenta, Thomson Reuters, the United Nations, US Bank, the US Department of State, the United States GSA, and Xcel Energy.
Alignor works with clients on negotiation, collaboration, influencing, conflict resolution and leadership strategy and implementation, and has negotiated agreements in the food, health care, transportation, manufacturing, commercial real estate, high tech, financial services, retail, power generation, legal services, and entertainment industries, among others. Alignor’s work includes partnering with the Harvard Program on Negotiation to facilitate dialogue among Israeli leaders concerning Gaza and the West Bank and has trained personnel at the UN War Crimes Tribunal for Rwanda. Alignor also provides workshops to lawyers, judges, community advocates and leaders in the United States, Africa and Asia in negotiation, empowerment, and conflict resolution strategies.