THURSDAY, JULY 25, 2013 9:00 A.M. TO 3:00 P.M.
AIMU/IMUA Boardroom
 14 Wall Street, 8th Floor, NYC

Fee for course is $250.00 for all.
The program will include a continental breakfast, lunch and study materials.

Presented by:
American Institute of Marine Underwriters
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Inland Marine Underwriters Association 


DETAILS:  Most of us negotiate every day as a part of our careers and in our personal lives. Negotiation is a crucial skill, yet most of us do not know how to negotiate successfully.

This seminar provides an opportunity to learn the best practices and important skills that can further develop you professionally and personally in several ways.

  • The skills presented at this seminar and the case studies can be immediately implemented in the students’ professional and personal life.
  • This seminar provides an opportunity to learn methods of preparation for what is generally perceived as a significantly stressful event, how to remove the stress, and to negotiate professionally and efficiently.
  • These skills will assist them in seeking to become better listeners and communicators. 

This unique opportunity is designed to provide you with the knowledge, skill, and abilities that will enable you to effectively prepare for and to engage in the negotiation process with confidence and flexibility. This interactive seminar is presented and facilitated by Robert Dunn an experienced trial lawyer, negotiator, arbitrator, mediator and leadership coach.

What has been said about this workshop?

"Mr. Dunn gave an excellent presentation on negotiation. The skills he taught can be implemented in my practice."

"[The] Power point presentation was excellent, easy to follow and make notes. Mr. Dunn is a powerful presenter; he gave realistic examples that were easily adapted. The topic was easy to interpret and implement into daily life and work."

"Very good lessons to apply to pretty much any situation, work or personal. I started today with a much better attitude."

  • The workshop fee of $250.00 will include a continental breakfast, lunch and study materials. All must register online by clicking here » or on the registration button at the top of this page.
  • If paying by credit card, the online registration form will bring you to a secure site to enter credit card information.
  • If paying by check, you must register online at the same site and indicate paying by check under "Enter Payment Method".   Mail checks to: AIMU, 14 Wall Street, Suite 820, New York, NY 10005
  • Questions, contact: Eileen Monreale Phone: 212-233-055, Fax: 212-227-5102  E-mail: aimu@aimu.org Please make checks payable to AIMU and mail to: AIMU, 14 Wall Street, Suite 820, New York, NY 10005

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