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WBII Professional Development Workshop (Negotiation for success)

  • PDW Negotiating for business
    30 November 2017
    19:00 - 21:30

WBII Professional DevelopmentThe WBII are proud to present a series of Professional Development Workshops for the modern Entrepreneur.

The workshop will help power your business by exploiting communication and digital media at another level!

Negotiation for Success: Strengthen your business. Increase your profits, with Jonathan Talbott of Talbott International Presentations (TIP)

The only way that you can survive without negotiating is if you live alone, have no neighbours and are completely self-sufficient. Otherwise, negotiation is a necessary life skill.
Indeed, it’s a life skill that everyone could learn how to do better. Negotiations not only make the difference between success and failure in business, they also make the difference between enjoyment and frustration.

In this workshop we’ll discuss tools to reach mutually beneficial solutions, also known as win-win negotiating. Further, we’ll talk about when not to negotiate, how to deal with difficult negotiating partners, and how to avoid emotional blackmail.

We’ll even spend some time learning some verbal and non-verbal persuasion techniques that can make the negotiation process smoother.

Many members of WBII know Jonathan Talbott (TIP) from his pitching and debating workshops and from his work with TEDx speakers. He also gives a small number of practical workshops per year on principled negotiation. This year one of those workshops will be part of our PDW series.

About the speaker:

 Jonathan Talbott has assisted in the creation of thousands of pitches: from investment and fundraising pitches that bring in millions and competition-winning pitches that create new networks, to simple, memorable, one-line pitches designed to attract interest.

 

Clients include the YouTube sensation Guard from Above (eagles that neutralize drone threats), and the Dutch humanitarian organization Cordaid, as well as startups associated with incubators/accelerators in Athens, The Hague, Eindhoven, Copenhagen, Geneva, Maastricht and Munich.

Jonathan Talbott founded TIP (Talbott International Presentations) in 2012 with the ambition to make the world more interesting, one presentation at a time. Since then his clients have included both small and multinational companies, non-profits, universities, start-ups and political parties.

He increases business people’s confidence and improves their reputations by refining the content, form and delivery of their presentations. He works with his clients to create goal-oriented pitches and presentations which are an intergral part of internal or external marketing campaigns.

Jonathan is based in The Hague and is the head speakers’ coach at TEDx Delft, one of the Netherlands’ largest TEDx organizations. TEDx speakers he has coached have, collectively, achieved more than 1 million views online.

www.tipresentations.nl
www.tipresentations.nl/tipofthemonth/

Logistics

Workshop: Negotiating for business
When: Thursday 30 November 2017, 19:00-21:30
Where: World Trade Center (WTC) The Hague, Prinses Margrietplantsoen 25.

 Guest List:

  • Natacha Villedieu
  •  Anne Moller
  •  opal morales
  •  Jacinta Noonan
  •  Kristine Racina
  •  Aleyda Santos
  •  Vassia Sarantopoulou
  •  Jennifer van Dijk

Location

Venue:  

Address:
Prinses Margrietplantsoen 25, The Hague, Zuid-Holland, 2595 AM, Netherlands

Description:

WTC The Hague Business Center is at the heart of the global business world. Here you can enjoy a professional and attractive business SPOT, business ROOM or business SUITE at an unbeatable price, with flexibility, no long-term contractual obligations and all the necessary facilities at your fingertips starting at €50 per month. The environment is friendly, professional and set up for you to develop your business. Friendly receptionists welcome you and your guests, after which you can proceed directly to your workspace, grab a cup of coffee in one of the common kitchenettes or conduct a meeting in a professionally furnished conference room. A print facility is available for all your printing needs, as well as quiet work areas and a video conference room for remote conferencing. Finally, a special service desk provides a diverse range of services, from picking up your dry cleaning and ordering flowers, to sending your mail and packages. If you would like more information, please give us a call. Or drop by for a cup of coffee. WTC The Hague Business Center Prinses Magrietplantsoen 33 2595 AM The Hague Micha Patutschnick (Commercial Manager) +31 (0) 70 304 36 65 +31 (0) 6 543 75 893 micha.patutschnick@wtcthehague.com

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