A Leadership Symposium | Turn Negotiation into your Superpower

Event Details:

Date: May 25, 2016

Time: 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Location: stori Aperitivo Lounge, 95 King Street East (street level), Toronto ON

Who should attend:

Network leaders, Partners, General public

Who might be interested in this event?

Professions: Multi-profession

General public

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Negotiating happens regularly with employers, customers, suppliers, co-workers, business associates and family. When you negotiate, it should be comfortable, aligned with your values and serve to enhance interactions.  This workshop will help you gain a winning approach to create dialogue that is authentic, candid and compelling. Eliminate your hesitation with negotiating, instead learn to see opportunities to move a discussion forward with higher trust, clarity and integrity. Leave with increased confidence and practical persuasion skills which can be applied in any scenario and turn negotiations into building blocks- not stumbling blocks.

Introducing negotiation thought leaders...

 

Julie Murphy
Managing Partner CLUES

Julie brings over 20 years of experience in marketing and customer relationship management roles in the telecommunications, entertainment, business to business publishing and retail industries:  Rogers Communications, Harlequin Books, Blockbuster and Canada’s Wonderland.  Her particular expertise was in customer profiling and optimizing customer value through behavioural analysis, database marketing and the development of innovative customer loyalty programs for tier one companies.  

Uncovering and employing unique consumer insights, enabled Julie to create a very powerful, connected relationship with customers. In the process, she discovered her own secret sauce.  Extending this concept to “dig in” with her own teams and family, enhanced her relationships.  This was the impetus for Julie to develop CLUES, with her team of experts.  Julie maintains that discovering what one is really, really good at and putting that to work, with a little help (CLUES advice), can be life changing.

CLUES provides simple tactics and strategies to leverage individual and group strengths towards improving organizational and family effectiveness on a range of dimensions including improved relationships, learning and teamwork, communication, better allocation of people to the right tasks, reduced conflict and leadership development. 

 

 

Albert Wong
Citizenship & Immigration Judge and ADC to the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario

Appointed Citizenship Judge for the Greater Toronto Area in June 2014, Albert has over thirty-five years of service in the Canadian Armed Forces. Over his career, he has served in various public affairs positions with the military across Canada, with the United Nations in Eritrea and Ethiopia, and in Afghanistan. As a volunteer, he has made valuable leadership contribution to a number of organizations including as Chair of the Mississauga Board of Chinese Professionals and Businesses (CPB). Born in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, he is a recent 2015 NAAAP100 Award Honouree and 2012 recipient of the Chinese Canadian Legend Award.  Albert is also currently serving as the Chief Aide-de-Camp to the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario and was awarded the Vice-Regal commendation in 2014.

Wednesday, May 25, 2016; 6:30pm   (Presentation Session: 7:30 - 8:30 pm)

stori Aperitivo Lounge
95 King Street East (street level)
Toronto ON | Website

NAAAP Members: $5.00 (promocode available)
Non-members in Advance: $10.00 (At the door: $20.00)

  • Complimentary hors-d'oeuvres served
  • Attire: Business or Business Casual
  • Remember to bring lots of business cards!

REGISTER ONLINE by or before Tuesday, May 24, 11:59pm 

This workshop was made possible by the generous grant provided by the GM FoundationNAAAP Toronto's signature monthly Business Mixers coupled with our Professional Development Series are designed to be your professional community forum. Enjoy lively conversation, mix and mingle, build new contacts and get re-acquainted with old ones at some of Toronto's most popular evening hot spots.

Registration Deadline:

May 24, 2016

Contact details for the event:

nga.dinh@naaaptoronto.org

Website:

http://www.naaaptoronto.org