Negotiation Fox Launches Training Program for Businesses and Nonprofits

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According to Fox, everything can be negotiated, but you have to ask.

Negotiation Fox today announced the launch of its negotiation training business.  The Long Beach based company will focus on bringing its training to the small business and not-for-profit sectors, which have been severely impacted by the global recession and traditionally can’t afford the training available to large corporations.

Company founder, Nancy James Fox, maintains that most people don’t need that level of training to start making better deals right away.  By offering affordable, half- and full-day workshops, Negotiation Fox is committed to delivering these critical survival skills to smaller organizations.  The company also provides private negotiation coaching services.

Because the benefit of training can be difficult to measure, organizations often cut training budgets during hard times. But Fox asserts that negotiation training is more important than ever, because “it brings a quantifiable result and pays for itself almost immediately. Negotiation is an essential life skill. It includes everything from closing a business deal to deciding who’s going to walk the dog,” she explains. 

According to Fox, everything can be negotiated, but you have to ask. “Over the course of my career, I’ve saved my employers millions of dollars.” In her own life, she negotiates everything from big to small. “Since January 1, 2012, I’ve negotiated savings of more than $1400 on my personal expenses – on everything from auto repairs to groceries.”

Fox says her workshops give people the skills and confidence to get more in every situation, whether business or personal.  “We espouse a win-win negotiation strategy that improves your bottom line, and your relationship with the other side.”

Fox learned the value of negotiating in a thirty-year career that included leadership roles in luxury consumer goods and the arts community, most recently as the Executive Director of the Long Beach Symphony.

She summarizes the company’s values by saying, “We believe there is a better deal for both parties, if you know how to find it.”  In her experience, “the only regret people have about negotiation training is that they didn’t get it sooner.”

For more information about Negotiation Fox, visit the company web site: www.negotiationfox.com.  The company also publishes a blog at www.negotiation-4-the-arts.com.  For questions, email nancy@negotiationfox.com

Negotiation Fox provides the highest quality negotiation training and consulting services based on 30 years of experience in both the business and not-for-profit sectors. Specializing in training for small businesses, not-for-profit organizations, and arts organizations, the company is dedicated to helping people get what they want – both in business and in life. Negotiation Fox offers onsite training, with full- and half-day workshops, and is available for speaking engagements. Company founder Nancy Fox has conducted workshops at retreats and conferences, and has been a guest on radio talk shows.

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