NEW YORK, Dec. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The Negotiation Institute (TNI), provider of customized corporate training solutions delivered as events or onsite, today announced details of its next conference, The Art of Negotiating Real Estate. This one-day event has been designed to provide real estate professionals with strategic and tactical skills to advance in today's highly competitive environment.
The Art of Negotiating Real Estate will be held at The New York Athletic Club on Wednesday, February 12, 2014. It is geared towards real estate professionals from industry sectors such as brokerage, management, construction and development, law, finance and appraisal. The event features thought leadership from three distinguished experts who will each present a unique perspective on negotiation, sales strategy communication and influencing skills. Attendees will have the opportunity to network with TNI Faculty as well as their peers, and key industry contacts.
The Event is the first in the 2014 Art of Negotiating Series of annual industry conference events sponsored by the Institute. TNI Chairman, Jack Simony, commented, "We're excited to launch our portfolio of 2014 learning events. These events represent outstanding opportunities for professionals who are keen to advance their career and business objectives through intense, action-oriented training that will help them achieve the next level of success."
To ensure your spot in the February 12th event, register now by accessing http://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-art-of-negotiating-real-estate-tickets-9736220297
About The Negotiation Institute Founded in 1966, The Negotiation Institute (TNI) plays a pivotal role in addressing the skills gap through compelling corporate customized training solutions. Whether delivered onsite in a corporate training environment or through its one-day conferences, The Negotiation Institute's learning enables individuals, teams, and organizations to put field-tested knowledge into action immediately. Through an alliance with Management & Excellence S.A., the company also offers TrainingImpact™, a series of survey and metrics-based ROI studies that quantify the impact, value and sustainability on training investments. To learn more, visit www.negotiation.com.
SOURCE The Negotiation Institute