Posted on 25th January 2017
Local as well as global (BHBPA Director Susan Fleet’s take on our speaker)
Thanks again to Jon Lavelle, from Burgess Hill, who ran an inspirational and thought provoking session for the BHBPA last week on a subject that relates to us all, both in business and in our personal lives – ‘Negotiation Skills’.
Whilst Jon has many years of experience training people across the world and in large organisations in negotiation, his goal for the next few years is to support more local businesses, particularly in East and West Sussex.
Whether you are a 1-man or 1-woman operation, whether you run a small team or an SME, we can all learn valuable negotiation skills that can either earn us or save us money. The principles of negotiation apply regardless of the size or nature of the deal.
Please reach out to Jon if you are interested in him supporting your local business, no matter how large or small, public or private, and regardless of industry.
You can read about Jon’s 10 key Negotiating Skills here
You can contact him via email@example.com
You can download an electronic version for free at http://www.negotiation-hub.uk/newsletter.html
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