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Ask The Expert: Negotiation Blueprinting

Published: 21 Mar 2019 Average Rating: 4.5 / 5 Print
 

Author: Brian Dietmeyer

In this highly interactive session raise your skill level by learning the 2 things that drive 97% of negotiation conversations. Think! Inc. re-defines business negotiation with a very fact based, repeatable process we refer to as negotiation blueprinting.  

 

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