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The Mike Ilitch School of Business and Labor@Wayne present - Negotiating Labor Agreements in a Global Economy.


$250/person, discounted to $150/person for groups of 3 or more.


Friday, October 6 - 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


This full day, interactive seminar is organized by Professor of Business Marick Masters and presented by the Wayne State University Mike Ilitch School of Business. It consists of lecture, discussions and small group exercises.


Who should attend: 




  • Negotiating more mutually beneficial agreements




  • Learning technique of interest-based bargaining




  • Negotiating competitive agreements




  • Breaking deadlocks




  • Managing the media (traditional and social) in negotiations




  • Managing your team in negotiations




  • Costing out agreements




  • Balancing competing stakeholders




  • Making proposals and counteroffers




Cost to attend is $400 per person. A discount of $75 per person is offered to groups of three or more. Continental breakfast, a buffet lunch and a binder of materials are included with registration. Attendees will also be able to park free.


 

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The Mike Ilitch School of Business and Labor@Wayne present - Negotiating Labor Agreements in a Global Economy.

$250/person, discounted to $150/person for groups of 3 or more.

Friday, October 6 - 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

This full day, interactive seminar is organized by Professor of Business Marick Masters and presented by the Wayne State University Mike Ilitch School of Business. It consists of lecture, discussions and small group exercises.

Who should attend: 

  • Negotiating more mutually beneficial agreements

  • Learning technique of interest-based bargaining

  • Negotiating competitive agreements

  • Breaking deadlocks

  • Managing the media (traditional and social) in negotiations

  • Managing your team in negotiations

  • Costing out agreements

  • Balancing competing stakeholders

  • Making proposals and counteroffers

Cost to attend is $400 per person. A discount of $75 per person is offered to groups of three or more. Continental breakfast, a buffet lunch and a binder of materials are included with registration. Attendees will also be able to park free.

 

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Additional Information The Mike Ilitch School of Business and Labor@Wayne present - Negotiating Labor Agreements in a Global Economy. Friday, October 6 - 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Student Center - room 285 This full day, interactive seminar is organized by Professor of Business Marick Masters and presented by the Wayne State University Mike Ilitch School of Business. It consists of lecture, discussions and small group exercises.

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