Negotiating for a New Position

AIChE Webinar
Originally delivered Dec 9, 2009

The most challenging negotiations are usually those in which we are heavily invested personally. Moving into a new organization or position involves such a negotiation. Building on the behavior of successful negotiators, this session explores how to negotiate entry, from effective preparation to successful closure, helping you build a foundation to secure the value you need. This webinar will interest those wishing to energize their careers moving forward.

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Dr. Ron Elsdon

Ron Elsdon, Ph.D. (www.elsdon.com) is a founder of Elsdon Organizational Renewal (a division of Elsdon, Inc.) and New Beginnings Career and College Guidance. Ron specializes in the workforce and career development fields, providing organizational career services and consulting, individual career counseling and coaching, public speaking, publishing and lecturing.  Ron has more than 25 years of leadership experience at diverse organizations in a broad range of sectors, and has been an adjunct faculty member at, or affiliated with, several universities.  He...

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