Jason Gore specializes in helping organizations achieve business results by improving communication, collaboration and negotiation skills. He has been leading training programs, managing change initiatives, and facilitating executive retreats since 1993.
Jason teaches negotiation, conflict resolution, and collaboration programs globally for corporations and non-profits. Academically, he has taught Negotiations as a Graduate Student Instructor at the Haas School of Business and at Harvard Law School as a TA. He also taught Organizational Psychology at the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology. When not teaching, Jason spends much of his time facilitating executive and board retreats.
Prior to teaching and facilitating, Jason was a consultant specializing in restructuring Fortune 500 companies. He has led major change initiatives at Cisco, the U.S. Army & Air Force, Phoenix Nuclear Power Plants, the GAP, Banana Republic, CapitalOne, AT&T, BellSouth, U.S. West, and Ameritech, in addition to many other smaller companies and non-profits.
Jason earned a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania focused on interpersonal dynamics and holds an MBA from the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, focused on business strategy and organizational development. In his spare time, Jason flies open-cockpit airplanes and leads multi-day expeditions throughout the California Sierras.