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Negotiation and Conflict: Why We Must Fake It Til We Make It

Posted on Aug 16 2016 under Previous Programs, Women


  By definition, negotiation is a conversation leading to agreement. But because we really have no need to negotiate unless we reach a dead end or an impasse, negotiation naturally occurs in the field of conflict, and this spells trouble for women, In this show negotiation trainers Victoria Pynchon and Lisa Gates will give you tips for dealing with your natural responses to conflict and strategies for faking it ’til you make it.     [display_podcast]

Lisa Gates is a negotiation trainer and coach who works with executive women and entrepreneurs to help them unravel the knot of business and knee-jerk to-do list living. She rigorously guides women to: show up powerfully and take a stand for themselves, design purposeful livelihoods that close the wage and income gap, and create a legacy of leadership and lasting change for themselves, their families and communities, and the world.

Victoria Pynchon is a lawyer, mediator, negotiation trainer and author of the just released “A is for Asshole, the Grownups’ ABCs of Conflict Resolution. Though she primarily helps lawyers, executives and managers negotiate better deals than they could achieve in a court of law, she also consults privately with women on their specific negotiation challenges.

For more information go to:  She Negotiates.

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