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Does the word "contract" evoke the same feeling in you that the word "dentist" does? Are you, perhaps, someone who enjoys negotiating, but who could use some pointers on how to step up your game? Then this session — led by veteran meeting planner +Christy Lamagna CMP, CMM, CTSM — is for you. You can view the webinar on-demand here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lqZpDjKrZ84.
Explore different negotiation strategies and tactics depending on with whom you are negotiating, learn key clauses to include in all your agreements, discover how to add value to your program while minimizing risk, focus on the critical component of clear, fact-based communication and the power that holds.
This information-packed, fast-paced session will inspire, educate and empower you!
About the speaker
Christy Lamagna, CMP, CMM, CTSM, (@SMEChristy) is the founder and chief strategist of Strategic Meetings & Events (smeplanners.com), an event planning company that specializes in producing events that achieve clients’ marketing and sales goals. With an ability to see the big picture while simultaneously understanding events down to the minutiae, Christy’s ability to create, market and execute programs has made her a leader in the industry. A former vice president of a Fortune 20 company and a member of five startup organizations, Christy has built successful marketing, event, travel and trade-show, departments for companies while helping them create or strengthen their brands and the infrastructure that supports them. Christy teaches event and meeting management classes at a college level and is working on an industry textbook on the science of strategic planning. She speaks at industry events whenever possible as a way of giving back to the profession that has given her 24 years of career satisfaction.She is a frequent contributor to Plan Your Meetings, penning solo advice columns as well as co-writing the popular “Beauty and the Brain” blog.
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