COLUMBIA, S.C., April 1, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The answer is an emphatic Yes, according to Barry Pruitt, President and Managing Partner at Pinnacle Business Concepts.
CPAC invites you to be our guest, learning firsthand, what most companies pay consulting fees to learn. Mr. Pruitt will be presenting at the Columbia, SC Chapter meeting of CPAC, the Contingency Planning Association of the Carolinas, on Wednesday, April 13, 2011, 1:00 pm -4:00 pm, located at: (see CPAC web site: www.CPACcarolinas.org)
Space is limited. Please confirm your attendance via email to: Tim.Lord@CPOtracker.com
According to Barry Pruitt, "There are few competencies that Risk, BC, DR, and Audit Professionals need today more than negotiation. As a skill, negotiating is the foundation for success in nearly everything that you do. Whether in a small or large organization or department, Business Continuity, Disaster, Risk Managers and others know it's crucial to be proficient in negotiating for data, interviews, feedback, budgets, support, etc.
Your proficiency as a negotiator plays a central role both in determining your professional success as well as ensuring the successful functioning (and recovery) of your organization. This session will highlight the essential steps to take for improving your negotiating skills, cover the most important negotiation tactics and techniques, and give you immediately applicable tools. In today's complex world, "old school" tactics no longer have the same appeal as in the past. Attend this session and gain collaborative approaches to help you negotiate the results you desire as a professional."
Established in 1987, CPAC is the largest independent professional peer group of business continuity, disaster recovery, emergency, and risk professionals in the Southeast. CPAC, an all-volunteer, non-profit, 501-c3, educational organization, has Chapters in Charlotte and Raleigh, NC and Columbia South Carolina. CPAC promotes business and organizational preparedness for business interruptions through chapter meetings, training, and an annual symposium. CPAC partners with vendors and service providers promoting other educational and awareness opportunities. With over 200 registered members, CPAC serves as a forum for the exchange of ideas, standards, best practices, and lessons learned, helping protect the communities its members serve and the economic base of those communities. Chapter Meetings are free and open to the public.
SOURCE Contingency Planning Association of the Carolinas