SAME DAY EVENTS:
E102 Science of Disaster
|11/28/2017 - 11/30/2017 |
|Location: Mt. Vernon, WA
|Time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Washington Coastal Training Program
Padilla Bay Reserve
Mt. Vernon, WA
This extremely popular 3-day training will provide you with improved skills for effectively participating in complex environmental negotiations. It will give you a better understanding of negotiation principles, approaches, and practices which will significantly improve the outcome of your negotiations.
The class presents basic negotiation concepts (e.g., Fisher and Ury’s “Getting to Yes” series) and specific environmental issue applications. The skills taught help reduce anxiety about negotiating while helping you to achieve successful outcomes.
You will learn:
Simple processes to prepare for negotiations
Negotiation principles through simulations and role playing of increasing complexity
Principled (ethical) negotiation approaches to build trust and relationships
To recognize commonly encountered tactics and shown productive responses
Jim Nelson held several responsible positions with the California Department of Fish and Game until he retired at the end of 2006. While with DFG he worked on a wide variety projects including: habitat conservation and management projects, regional conservation planning projects, public information and outreach, and large-scale construction monitoring projects. Since the early 1990's Jim has pursued the study and practice of facilitation, negotiation, and mediation for environmental problem solving.
**For the past 6 years, Jim has taught this class to nearly 500 Department of Ecology employees. This training has the reputation for being the best class Ecology has ever offered.
12 CECs for CFMs
21 CMs for AICPs
$595 Registration fee. Lunch is provided.
Cathy Angell, Coastal Training Program Coordinator, 360-428-1075, firstname.lastname@example.org