Principal from leading Washington DC firm to speak at upcoming Entrepreneur Breakfast
It’s that time of year again: the next Entrepreneur Breakfast meeting is coming up, and we’ve got an amazing speaker lined up for you.
Ruth Shlossman, Principal at the Washington DC-based negotiation consulting firm, Watershed Associates, will be the guest speaker at the upcoming Entrepreneur Breakfast meeting on Monday, September 17, 2007. Ruth will be talking about â€œBest Negotiating Practicesâ€¦Learn the basic, universal, key negotiating practices that create a win-win outcome.â€
Watershed Associates provides consultative training in negotiation skills worldwide, and has served global corporations such as Coca-Cola, General Electric, NASA, and Rolls Royce, to name just a few on their impressive client list. Ruth Shlossman has over 20 years experience in leadership, sales and consulting. She has trained thousands of people in the art of innovation, negotiation, sales negotiation, and bargaining with emotional intelligence.
In my opinion, this is an opportunity not to be missed! To find out more details, and how to RSVP, read on!
Date: Monday, September 17, 2007.
Time: 9 am – sharp!
Venue: Probably the Begin Center in Jerusalem. We havenâ€™t finalized yet, but this seems like our best bet. It is conveniently located across from Jerusalemâ€™s Cinemateque and near Emek Refaim.
Cost: About 50 NIS per person. This will only be finalized once we close on the venue and we see the number of people who RSVP, but we estimate that it will be around this amount.
Please note that we do not have the facilities to provide receipts, since we are not a registered amuta. All proceeds go directly to cover the costs incurred in planning the event.
The meeting will include a light breakfast of coffee, juice, baked goods and fresh fruit.
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