The next IACCM Member Meeting in Wellington, New Zealand will focus on the Power of Intent with Stuart van Rij.
This event is open to all IACCM members, member’s guests, and anyone in the procurement, contracting, and commercial space, and is free to attend thanks to our hosts, Robert Walters.
Members are encouraged to bring along their key supplier partners, customers, and others in your organisation who would value learning more about improving trading relationships.
Location/ Host: Robert Walters, Level 15, 2 Hunter Street Wellington 6011
09:45-10:00 Welcome and networking
10:00-10:15 IACCM 2019 Update – Hanelie Lategan, Procurement Excellence Manager, Housing New Zealand
10:15-11:00 Power of Intent, – Stuart van Rij, Negotiation Coach / ICT Lawyer
This session will explore the power of intent in influencing your performance in your most important conversations, be they negotiations or otherwise. Setting the right intention before entering an important conversation is a powerful way to influence yourself and others, from your non-verbal signals and sense of calm, through to your ability to see the real problems that need to be solved. Through practical exercises, this workshop will help you identify an unproductive intent, see its impact and discover how to build a more productive intention or purpose that can powerfully impact your performance.
11:00-11:15 Coffee at the inhouse café – Provided by our host Robert Walters
11:15-12:00 Power of Intent, continued.
12:00-12:30 Close of Formal Meeting and networking.
Speaker – Stuart van Rij
Stuart is Head Coach for Asia Pacific for Camp Negotiation Systems and is part of a team of accredited coaches around the world that utilize the Camp Negotiation Management System. The system has been in place for over 20 years and has been used by hundreds of organizations, including numerous Fortune 500 companies and the FBI Hostage Crisis Negotiation Training Unit. It has helped build agreements in some of the most diverse situations, ranging from multi-million dollar transactions and disputes through to complex sales and high stakes conversations.
Stuart is also a practicing lawyer and has advised on ICT matters for over 15 years, having worked in-house with Unisys and then with a boutique ICT firm before starting his own practice in 2010.
Space is limited, so register now to reserve your seat.
See you soon.
Bruce Everett & Jennifer Jarrard
Your Asia Pacific Member Advocacy Team