“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: firstname.lastname@example.org. Also inquire about regularly scheduled seminars at U.C. Berkeley Extension and UCLA Extension.