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New Rules for Negotiating 10 Minute Learning Lesson

Sign up below to get your link to the New Rules for Negotiating Ten Minute Learning series. The series is a short but comprehensive set of contract negotiation webinars specifically designed for people who negotiate complex customer/supplier agreements. There is no cost for these learning sessions.

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What to Expect

In a nutshell, these ten-minute learning sessions are a small sample of what I teach purchasing, sales, and contracting departments at large corporations.

Again, these topics are meant for the purchasing and sales teams alike. There are no gimmicks or put-downs, just even-handed advice to improve supply chain performance.

Join me as I help you implement contract, procurement, and sales’ best practices. Sign up now to get the link to the next learning session. These learning sessions are truly worth your time and effort. Even though there is no cost for these learning sessions, I promise not to send junk, spam, or other unwanted emails—just the kind of information you need to do a better job.

Here’s to your negotiation success!

Jeanette Nyden, J.D.
Sound Partnership Strategies, Inc.

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Sign up to get the latest information on Contract Negotiation. Also you will get access to Articles, Industrial News, White Papers, Free Learning Sessions, and YouTube Videos clips with great tips and techniques to negotiate stronger contracts!.

How I can help

Virtual learning. Learn more about The Contract Professional’s Playbook eLearning program for your team, which can be tailored to meet your exact need.

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For more information on my services, visit my website, or browse my free resources page to find a blog, video, article, white paper or interview that talks about a topic important to you.

If you have any comments, questions, or concerns about an upcoming negotiation, set up a 30-minute appointment with me. I’d be happy to work with you to solve your contracting negotiation issues.