Maria describes the most important skills behind successful negotiation, and she explains how to develop and master such qualities. Maria Ploumaki works with global businesses, executing strategies and negotiations for them that significantly improve their value chain and competitive advantage. She has achieved extraordinary results in global procurement, supply chain management and market share improvement. Having handled USD 0.5 billion and having worked with more than 50 countries, recent projects have brought millions of dollars in cost reductions and profit increase. She has been selected for the Swiss Economic Forum (SEF) as one of the Top 50 Women in Business in Switzerland. Besides that, Maria is a Global Shaper at the World Economic Forum (WEF) and has also been chosen by the Republic of Slovenia as one of 24 Young Global Leaders for the Bled Strategic Forum (BSF). She is a chartered Economist, MCIPS, Six Sigma certified and serves as an Ambassador at One Young World and President at the Oxford Business Alumni Association of Switzerland. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Negotiation-expert, Natalie Reynolds, delivers a 1-hour presentation to the Empower Women community on how to improve women’s negotiation skills. She discuss why negotiation is everyone’s game and why it matters in both women’s professional and personal lives. Natalie talks about everyday negotiations – the little things that we have to negotiate on a daily basis. She also explains the six common gender stereotypes when it comes to negotiation, and suggests how women can avoid and overcome them. Natalie also shares top tips for women to get the best results at the negotiation table. Natalie Reynolds is the Founder and MD of advantageSPRING, a specialist negotiation training company working with high profile clients including the BBC, Capital One, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan and Verizon to boost negotiation confidence and expertise. A recognized thought leader on the topic of negotiation, with articles in the Financial Times, Forbes, Guardian and Huffington Post. She has a particular interest in the role that gender can play in negotiations. She has spoken in a number of conferences on the topic. Natalie believes that anyone can learn to be an amazing negotiator.
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These are 5 common questions all event planners get asked over and over again. This video is brought to you by Event Manager Blog, in partnership with Evenium, Relationship Technology (http://bit.ly/29ZzpzG). As an event planner your career is exciting but it can get tiresome answering the same questions. Some questions show people’s interest and intrigue, some are pure ignorance (as people don’t understand what our job is about) and some are potentially borderline insulting! Subscribe to our YouTube channel to get instant updates. ********************************************************************* ABOUT EVENT MANAGER BLOG Interested in starting or boosting your career in event planning? Check out Event Manager Blog for trends, technology, innovation and education tips for the event industry: http://www.eventmanagerblog.com/ Subscribe to our daily newsletters: http://eventmanagerblog.us11.list-manage1.com/subscribe?u=c480f324793364ec1d982cad3&id=c297bc4951 ******************************************************************************* OTHER HELPFUL VIDEOS 5 Signs Event Planning Is Not For You: https://youtu.be/X1s_QSIkOus ******************************************************************************* GET SOCIAL Twitter: https://twitter.com/eventmb LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/event-manager-blog Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EventManagerBlog Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/emblog/ Google +: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Eventmanagerblog/posts ******************************************************************************* This video is brought to you by EventMB, in partnership with Evenium, Relationship Technology. This is Samantha from EventMB and today we are going to talk about the 5 most common questions that event planners always get asked. As an event planner your career is exciting to many but it can get tiresome answering the same questions over and over again. Some questions show people’s interest and intrigue, some are pure ignorance (as people don’t understand what our job is about) and some are borderline insulting! 1. So You’re a Party Planner? Being an event planner doesn’t automatically, mean that you are a party planner, but this is what most people seem to think! Whether you organise conferences, exhibitions, corporate events, festivals, team building - for some people organising events can only mean one thing – planning parties. We have the utmost respect for creative and talented party planners that specialise in this area BUT a professional conference organiser would prefer not to be described as a party planner and vice versa! 2. So What Does an Event Planner Actually Do? To us it seems so obvious the amount of planning and detail that goes into every single event but others are simply baffled by our role and think that events magically happen by themselves. This should of course be a huge compliment to the industry that we make it look so flawless and easy executing our events but it often comes across almost as an insult! I guess this highlights how some people simply are not cut out for event planning if they cannot think about the detail required behind the scenes to make it a success! 3. There’s a Degree for That? The argument about whether event managers are born or made rattles on and even those within the industry can have opposing views about whether an event management degree or qualification is worthwhile. Those from outside the industry can sometimes be even more incredulous. Qualifications in event management have a strong business focus. All in all they offer a solid basic education, even for those that do not end up working in the event industry in the long term. 4. How Many Celebs are in your Phone Book? In the name of professionalism and confidentiality this is always a difficult one to answer. How do you satisfy the interest of the person asking without sounding like you are name dropping anyway? Event planners probably do have a few popstars, DJs, TV personalities, speakers and performers in their phone book but whether they are Z list or A list when asked many event planners will give a suitably vague answer and change the subject. 5. I Need to Put On an Event Like Yesterday – Can You Help? It is amazing how many times event planners start talking to someone only for them to remember suddenly that they need to put on an event as their number one priority in next to no time, even though they have often put absolutely no thought into it up until that point and done zilch about it. Of course event planners can and do work wonders on a regular basis with ridiculously short lead times, but everyone will get so much more from the event if we actually can plan out a realistic time frame. This was brought to you by Event Manager Blog, in partnership with Evenium, Relationship Technology (http://bit.ly/29ZzpzG).
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