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Basis of Influence 5: Reducing the Effects of Stress on Negotiation Audio CD

 

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Basis of Influence 5: Reducing the Effects of Stress on Negotiation Webinar

12/21/2018 1:30pm - 3:30pm Central 

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"Fantastic class. Definite eye opener."
Adam Tamas,
Attorney, DST Systems



"The class was very enjoyable. It contains real life insight into how to effectively deal with everyone I deal with in the practice of law."
Deborah Truitt,
Truitt and Lyons



"A very interesting, insightful presentation. The seminar flew by."
Dan Pinkston,
U.S. Department of Justice



"This program discusses ethos, pathos and logos not only in building professional relationships generally, but also makes it relevant to each participant's individual situation. The webinar is interactive and entertaining which is sometimes rare for a program with a basis in ethics. Highly recommended."
Amanda Owens,
White & Allen



"This was one of the best CLEs I have ever attended in 20+ years of practice. The substantive content was meaningful and can be applied immediately to both legal and personal interactions. A refreshing change from the "norm" of presenters reading their PowerPoint slides."
Lois Eisenstein,
Attorney, University of Arizona