FCI-CWI: 2014 Conference Series – Women in Leadership Leading Effectively

By Taylor McCaffrey LLP on 2014/08/29

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Kristen Wittman, Partner at Taylor McCaffrey LLP, is a speaker at the 6th Edition Women in Leadership Conference Series

TOPIC: POWERFUL NEGOTIATION TACTICS
Speaker: Kristen Wittman, Partner at Taylor McCaffrey LLP

A successful negotiation does not necessarily mean winning an argument. Knowing when you’re in a negotiation, how to listen to the other parties, and how to adapt your strategy are keys to achieving your objective – but so is adapting your objective!

In this presentation Kristen will discuss:

  • Why women (should) make better negotiators
  • Different strategies for different situations
  • How to pick a strategy that’s right for you

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

Executives, department heads, directors, senior managers, lawyers, accountants, and other professionals who are looking for strategies to become more effective leaders.

SOME OF THE REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND:

  • Hear a leader’s experience with transforming a bureaucratic and individualized organization to one with strong leader
  • Learn how to manage conflict from a lawyer who has been in the conflict business
  • Review examples of ethical dilemmas in the workplace and explore strategies that will help you lead with ethics
  •  Explore the building blocks of authentic leadership
  •  Understand how ‘being social’ can help you develop your personal brand
  •  Examine the personal skills required to be a credible leader

SAVE $200 Early-bird rate: Register and pay by September 17, 2014

For more information click Leadership_Winnipeg_2014

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