Negotiation expert Matthias Schranner was originally trained by the police and the FBI as a lead negotiator for high-stakes situations. For the past 15 years, he and his team at the Schranner Negotiation Institute have been advising clients including the UN, global corporations and political parties in difficult negotiations.
FBI-trained former hostage negotiator, Matthias Schranner , enjoyed a successful career with the German police before founding the Schranner Negotiation Institute. As a consultant, he supports active negotiations with the UN, global corporations, and political parties with his institute during difficult negotiations.
Matthias Schranner has taught and advised on negotiation to corporate and government leaders in more than 40 countries, including the United States, Russia, Ukraine, China, Singapore and Japan. His institute, headquartered in Zurich, NYC, Hong Kong, and Dubai, is globally present, supporting Fortune 500 companies and world leaders in critical negotiations. Matthias Schranner’s best-selling books have been read worldwide and are available in several languages. As the authority on difficult negotiations, his books provide a comprehensive guide to navigating the toughest negotiation situations. His books are used as references at countless university programs and academic settings as the “go-to” manual for anyone embarking on a negotiation.