NEW YORK, Feb. 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Executives in the global ecosystem are faced with an environment of rapid change, different cultural values, volatile political and economic conditions, and increased government regulation. In light of these changes, the need to build strong relationships that focus on value creation, flexibility, and change management is imperative. The 2014 TNI Art of Negotiating for Human Resources Conference presented by The Negotiation Institute (TNI) is intended to help HR professionals understand the key capabilities required for negotiating in a global environment. This valuable one-day event will focus on the emerging trends facing executives and how to build strong internal and external relationships while delivering value.
Creating such relationships through improved negotiation skills is important for HR professionals to understand, and a powerful set of strategic and tactical negotiation tools is especially crucial as we approach 2015. Starting with the preplanning process and going all the way through to the final agreement and implementation, the conference will explore some of the key elements associated with building stakeholder engagement, understanding the market environment, establishing goals and objectives, building strategies, and establishing negotiation plans that will result in a successful outcome.
TNI Faculty expert Dr. Robert Handfield will present the latest thought leadership on negotiation, procurement, outsourcing and recruitment strategies for HR Professionals faced with changing market conditions and rapid shifts in both the public and private sector. The event will be held at The New York Athletic Club on Friday, March 21, 2014.
The Art of Negotiating for Human Resources is part of the 2014 Art of Negotiating Series of annual industry conference events sponsored by The Negotiation Institute. TNI Chairman Jack Simony commented, "We're excited to launch our portfolio of 2014 conference events. They 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."
About The Negotiation Institute
The Negotiation Institute (TNI) provides customized executive training programs to corporate, government, educational and non-profit entities in the United States and internationally. Through a partnership with BlueOcean Conferences, TNI sponsors an annual series of executive development conference events that bring together industry leaders and feature keynotes from TNI Faculty. TNI offers thought leadership through a global Faculty of industry experts in the areas of negotiation, conflict resolution, sales, procurement, supply chain management, leadership, presentation, communication, regulatory affairs, and corporate diversity. Through a partnership with Management & Excellence S.A., TNI exclusively offers TrainingImpact™, a series of survey and metrics-based ROI studies that quantify the impact, value and sustainability of in-house training investments and other intangible assets. Founded in 1966, the Institute is the first and longest-running negotiation training organization in the world. TNI is a privately held company with headquarters in New York City. For more information, please visit negotiation.com.
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