As we celebrate Women's History Month, the Los Angeles Professional Chapter of the National Association of Women MBAs presents a negotiation seminar for women.
What do you think about when you prepare for a negotiation? Do you feel stressed; pressed for time? Life is one continuous chain of negotiations. Contracts, partnerships, managing people, parenting and other relationships all require us to be skilled at asking for and getting what we need with dignity and honor. Co-author of Negotiating for Dummies, Mimi will help you master the arts of: preparing, setting limits, maintaining emotional distance,listening, being clear and closing any deal.
Following this session, you will be able to:
1. Understand the six skills to develop for successful negotiations.
2. Prepare for any negotiation.
3. Identify the limits needed for a successful negotiation.
4. Learn how to push your “pause button” to keep your emotions in check.
You will have the opportunity to connect with other professional women throughout the Los Angeles area while enjoying refreshments generously provided by Raytheon.
Please bring a government issued picture ID for security
Questions: Call Stephanie at (310) 616-1331 or Stacey at (310) 414-4111 Ext. 7240Read more »
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