Negotiations Expert to Offer Tips at University of New Haven Family Business Forums
WEST HAVEN, CONN. --- Joshua Weiss, the co-founding senior fellow of the Global Negotiation Institute of the Harvard Negotiation Project, will present two sessions on negotiation for the University of New Haven Center for Family Business (CFB) on Tuesday, April 23.
The first session will take place from 11:30 to 2 p.m. at Bigelow Tea, 201 Black Rock Turnpike in Fairfield. The second will take place from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Grassy Hill Country Club, 441 Clark Lane, Orange.
Weiss, the author of several books on negotiating, also has a podcast called “Negotiation Tip of the Day” (http://negotiationtip.com/). His talk will provide the audience with tools to successfully negotiate with customers, employees, family members and suppliers. He will teach the audience how to focus on interests rather than positions and to employ objective criteria in negotiations.
Attorneys from CFB sponsor Wiggin and Dana will make a short presentation at both locations on using performance management tools properly in order to avoid litigation.
For more information about the programs or joining the CFB, please call Paul Sessions, director, at 203-932-7421, or visit www.newhaven.edu/cfb.
The Center for Family Business at the University of New Haven is made up of family businesses from throughout Connecticut. The center offers programs and services designed to address issues unique to family enterprises.
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