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LIVE WEBINAR | May 9th, 2PM EDT

Advanced Negotiating:
Finding the Win-Win

International negotiation expert Peter Hiddema, along with Welch LLP’s Managing Partner, Micheal Burch will show you how to ask the right questions, how to manage the conversation, provide sample language you can use, and help you better understand key motives behind decisions during this exclusive live webinar.

As a business owner, executive, or professional, we are too often faced with challenging conversations and negotiations (price increases, issues with service/product, performance evaluations, etc.). Do you dread these difficult conversations? Do you cave-in in negotiations? Are your negotiations like battles? Do you sometimes make a deal when you should have walked away? In this webinar, learn how to efficiently and effectively negotiate a win/win for all parties involved.

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Sheila owns a tech company. She has an MBA and a CPA designation, plus she designs excellent systems and writes exceptional code. She’s a hands-on can-do sort of person. For example, she rebuilt an old MGB, and designed and drew up plans for the addition to her house.

She’s also a great athlete: she can jack-knife from a high diving board and ski the toughest double-black diamond run. She even has a happy marriage and three unspoiled kids. Everything she’s achieved in life is due to an unusually high level of capability, and of course, hard work. Let’s just say that she’s a cracker-jack; the kind of person lots of young people seek to emulate.

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