Starting December, We meet monthly!
First Friday of every month
2 pm (Eastern Time, US), UTC -5:00/-4:00
#negotiationtibe? What the heck is that?
More than a Zoom meeting.
More than a catchphrase or hashtag.
The Negotiation Tribe is a community of diverse professionals.
Sales pros, executives, procurement specialists, police hostage/crisis negotiators, mediators, business executives of all stripes, solo entrepreneurs, small business owners, and community organizers.
What do we have in common?
We negotiate. We think a peaceful settlement with mutual consent is just what everyone needs! We value negotiation, not as a gimmick or tactic, but as a craft. An artform in human performance.
If any of this sounds appealing, or if you are interested in pursuing excellence in negotiation, then you belong in the Tribe!
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It's FREE and it will definitely bring you professional and personal value as you craft deals and build relationships!
Disclaimer: The sessions may or may not be recorded. However, it would not be for public consumption in its entirety at this time.
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Unless announced otherwise, the tribe gets together alternating weekly on Thursdays and Fridays.
Thursdays - 1 PM Eastern Time
Fridays - 2 pm Eastern Time
A little about
What if a hostage negotiator made the jump to business negotiations? What if the same skills that save lives can also craft lucrative scope and fee packages for your firm? Dan Oblinger is an actively serving hostage negotiator commander for a large American city. He is the author of two books, “Life or Death Listening: A Hostage Negotiator’s How-to Guide to Mastering the Essential Communication Skill” and “The 28 Laws of Listening: Best Practices for the Master Listener”. Dan coaches and consults with companies on internal negotiation programs, especially when active listening can enhance their deal-making.
A little about Allan Tsang
Allan helps business leaders and professionals excel in negotiation in order to build strong agreements that do not fall apart easily. He teaches, trains, and coach a process-driven negotiation system that is based on neuroscience. This system enables students to: gain the confidence needed to face any negotiation, no matter how emotional or complex; manage their emotions more effectively in the face of crisis; turn adversaries into allies; and get more of what they want without unnecessary compromises. He has been personally coached and mentored by the Late Jim Camp, author of “Start with No”, and Gary Noesner, Chief FBI Crisis Negotiation Unit (Ret.), author of “Stalling for Time”.