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The Science of Supercharging Organisational Performance: Powering EQ and Negotiation Skills

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 22/09/2017
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Location
The American Chamber of Commerce in HK

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Global communications firm Ruder Finn delivers high-impact Skills Workshops in the areas most relevant to business today. The consultancy team will preview their newest courses in Advanced Negotiation Skills, Emotional Intelligence and Non-Verbal Communications for AmCham audience in Hong Kong. Over an informal lunch, attendees will experience the highlights of Ruder Finn’s 2018 Skills Workshops designed to help businesses win in today’s complex commercial environment.

“Ruder Finn’s Negotiation Skills Workshop was innovative, thoughtful and provocative. Highly recommended for anyone navigating complex, challenging situations and seeking to negotiate positive outcomes” – Fortune 50 Financial Services Client

In every business situation, three elements are (almost) always present – the need to meet, communicate and negotiate with other people. Understanding the science and art of these dynamics are invaluable business and life skills. AmCham guests will see how Ruder Finn’s full-day Workshops empower attendees, resulting in:

  1. New insight into negotiation dynamics
  2. Dramatically improved negotiation skills
  3. Powered-up knowledge of EQ/emotional intelligence
  4. Deep understanding of non-verbal communication

“The Non-Verbal Communications Workshop was one of our most valuable recent training sessions. Our team members learned a lot: we were fascinated by how much is said non-verbally and how to understand and influence this silent conversation” – Top 5 Global Automotive Client

Led by Charles Lankester, EVP of Ruder Finn’s Global Reputation Management Practice, this will be a lively, engaging, example-led session. Recently named Professional of the Year 2017 by the Asia-Pacific Association of Communications Directors, Charles has advised clients including Coca-Cola, Prudential, GE and the Governments of Hong Kong, Singapore and the United Kingdom.

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