Career Transitions to host ‘Theory and Tools’ workshop of Harvard Negotiation Project
SAN JUAN – Career Transitions Inc., a Puerto Rico-based outplacement, executive coaching, and training and development provider, is once again holding the workshop “Theory and tools of the Harvard Negotiation Project,” with the support of veteran lecturer Alejandro Guardia.
Guardia earned a degree in business administration from the Pontifical Catholic University of the Republic of Argentina and his MBA, with a concentration in marketing, from Francisco de Vitoria University in Madrid.
As a senior consultant to CMI International Group, he facilitates Harvard Negotiation workshops and seminars for companies and organizations throughout Latin America and Spain.
Career Transitions, which works with leading local and Fortune 500 companies and offers programs to create an appealing work environment is hosting the workshop to provide participants with tools to prepare and conduct effective negotiations.
The workshop will be conducted in Spanish over two days: March 5 and 6 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Banco Popular conference center in Hato Rey.
It will make available the developments of the Harvard Negotiation Project, the method of “principled” negotiation, and the experience of recognized negotiators, as well as revealing best practices on the art.
The objective is to help participants to improve their abilities, decision-making and problem-solving. The workshop will delve into practical rules and proven processes, increasing the individual skill of participants as effective negotiators, joining theory with practical ways to apply the process, how to handle specific situations, as well as techniques and how to neutralize those of others.
For more information about the workshop and to register, visit www.cti-pr.com/harvard. There are several pricing options for individuals and groups. Please note space is limited to 30 people.