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What it Takes... to negotiate effectively
Tune in for a live webinar on mastering the art of negotiation to get ahead in your career, 3 February from 18.00 - 19.00 IST. This webinar is part of our UCD Women In Leadership 2021 series.

Stephen Boyle, Negotiation Trainer, Lecturer and Consultant, shows us how to create successful negotiations with practical techniques to get the most out of:
– Preparing an effective strategy for negotiating
– Obtaining a fair salary when applying for new roles
– Seizing opportunities for promotions and career growth
– Gender differences in negotiation strategies

If you are a current student, recent graduate, or seasoned professional, you will benefit from the practical takeaways and techniques offered in this session.

A partnership between UCD Alumni Relations and UCD Careers Network, What It Takes features presentations over zoom webinar, with Q&A at the end of each presentation.

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Feb 3, 2021 06:00 PM in Dublin

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Speakers

Stephen Boyle
Negotiation Trainer and Consultant @Stephen Boyle Consulting & UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School
Stephen Boyle has 20 years experience as a negotiation trainer, lecturer and consultant. He teaches at UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School, where he delivers courses in negotiation, influence and decision making on executive development, MBA, and other postgraduate degree programmes. Stephen also designs and delivers customised executive development for corporate clients and has delivered workshops in Europe, Asia and the United States in sectors as diverse as automotive, construction, financial services, food and agribusiness, government, healthcare, law enforcement, pharmaceuticals, retail and technology. Prior to embarking on an independent training and consulting career, Stephen held roles in management consulting, and in communication and change management at a Fortune 500 company.