Posted by markharrison on November 21, 2007
Following the feedback about putting my Negotiation for small businesses slides online, I’ve updated my “Property Negotiation” slides.
These are from the 45 minute version of the talk I’ve given for organisations like the National Federation of Residential Landlords, and others.
If you run a networking event, and would like me to come and give this presentation (or any of my other presentations, please get in touch.)
You should be able to read the slides online here, or download them to your own PC.
And finally, thanks to Chris Brogan for his brilliant idea of using Flickr to find photos licenced under Creative Commons for use in this slideshow. Thanks also to the photographers (credited in the slides) for sharing their photos in this way.
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Posted by markharrison on November 15, 2007
Last week, I gave a speech for the Surrey Business Club about negotiation. Now, while I’ve given a lot of talks about Property Negotiation, I’d never given one about general business negotiation. So I offered them a choice. Did they want the “Property Negotiation” talk that I’d written a year ago, and since given to over 3,500 people… or did they want the “Small Business Negotiation” talk I’d written at 5pm, and read through to myself. They chose the latter.
Either they are incredibly gracious, or there is some good material there, but they asked for the slides.
Following some discussion with Nik Butler, I discovered SlideShare.net
The Powerpoints I used as a memory jogger can now be found here. (You can either view them in a web browser, or download them.) I ought to stress that I was speaking WITHOUT a screen, so the slides were written for ME, not for looking at by the audience, but the request was made, so here you are.
Pictures taken by Club Photographer, Peter Searight of The Remarkable Studio
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