On June 9, 2010, Don Philbin will be giving a presentation entitled “Deal or No Deal — Negotiation Strategy in Mediations,” as part of a Securities Arbitration & Mediation CLE program sponsored by the City Bar Center for CLE and other organizations. (The program agenda is here.) The program will be held at 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. on June 9, 2010 at the New York City Bar (formerly “The Association of the Bar of the City of New York”), 42 West 44th Street, New York, New York 10036. A one-hour networking lunch follows, beginning at 12:00 noon. The program offers California, New York and Illinois CLE credit. For information about fees and registration, click here or call the New York City Bar at (212) 382-6663.
Don is an excellent speaker and has a unique, brain-science-oriented approach to negotiation and mediation. He is also a very experienced arbitrator, mediator, attorney and consultant, whose many contributions to the ADR world include the ADR Highlight Reel (read about it here). You can read about one of his prior presentations here, and his Forum guest post here and here.
On June 10, 2010 Victoria Pynchon, along with John W. Tinghitella, is hosting a Negotiation for Women Workshop to be held in Pasedena, California. The promotional materials for Vickie’s workshop point out some troubling statistics:
- Women are 4 times less likely to negotiate their salaries after college and they lose up to a million dollars over their careers as a result
Women own and manage 40% of all small businesses in the U.S., but obtain only 2 ½% of available venture capital
Women continue to earn 77 cents on every male dollar. Professional women earn even less – women attorneys, for instance, earn only 60 cents on the male lawyer’s dollar
The workshop is designed to give women “the insight and tools to recognize your existing skills and seize the opportunities you’re now overlooking. This will allow you to negotiate better working conditions, higher salaries, more benefits and better prices for your products and services.”
For more information about Victoria’s workshop, including registration instructions, click here. And you can read her recent blog post about the workshop, “Closing the Wage Gap Rocking Your World,” here.
This program comes highly recommended for women young and old, professional and nonprofessional. Negotiation is a critical part of all of our day-to-day lives and anything that can make us better at it is a worthwhile endeavor. And Vickie and John Tinghitella are recognized and respected authorities on the subject.
In fact, the program is of such practical value that I recommended it to one of my California-based sisters who lives within a reasonable driving distance of Pasadena.