PRLog - March 19, 2013 - CHANNEL ISLANDS, Calif. -- Super-company Google knows how to motivate employees while helping them to be more productive, says Dr. Gary S. Goodman, President of The Negotiation School, and Instructor at U.C. Berkeley and UCLA Extension.
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“They offer free meals, gyms, flex-time, and advanced negotiation training,” Goodman emphasizes, citing a recent article in The New York Times.
Why negotiation training?
Goodman says, “It is a skill that can be used 24/7. Plus it makes paychecks go a lot farther!”
Google isn’t the only forward thinking company that supports negotiation training. Goodman’s clients and attendees include Netflix, Adobe Systems, Live Aid, and a number of new media and technology organizations.
"Companies that offer negotiation training help themselves by bolstering employee loyalty and cutting turnover," Goodman says. “This is on top of the 10-to-1 return on investment they realize from negotiating more effectively,”
“Attendees report major improvements in resolving and avoiding interpersonal conflicts. They negotiate better for big-ticket items such as housing, cars, and education,” Goodman explains.
Goodman can be contacted directly about bringing The Negotiation School’s top-rated Best Practices In Negotiation and Innovations In Negotiation programs to interested firms.
Call: (818) 970-GARY (4279) or email: email@example.com. Also inquire about regularly scheduled seminars at U.C. Berkeley Extension and UCLA Extension.