Adopting a long-win approach to negotiations

When you step into the negotiating room you need a set of quite unique and specific skills. Cath shares those that she learnt from diplomatic negotiations in settings such as post-conflict Bosnia to in-conflict Iraq, that are transferable to the boardroom, such as focusing on mindset, behaviours and relationships. Don’t miss this fascinating dive into successful negotiation skills.



Cath Bishop

Senior Performance Consultant & Keynote Speaker

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