Wisconsin Potato and Vegetable Growers Association

WPVGA to Host Two Negotiation Training Seminars in November

When it comes to cutting a business deal, how good are you at getting the most for the best price? Or when having a discussion, how effective are your persuasion techniques?

While persuasion and negotiation seem like simple concepts, there’s actually an art to both. Come November, WPVGA members can each get a taste of the kind of “art” involved in being a successful negotiator and persuader, while also getting a chance to practice both!

Even if you already consider yourself to be successful in these avenues, you’ll still learn why what you do works and how to do it better by attending this seminar.

Whether your connection to the potato and vegetable industry is as a grower member or is through the Associate Division, Wisconsin Potato Growers Auxiliary or another related committee or board, this seminar could be an asset to you in your professional and personal life. So as long as you’re a WPVGA member, consider attending!

On November 1 and 2, Dave Westerholm will return to Wisconsin to hold two 1-day seminars. Each class is limited to 50 participants only; registration will be conducted on a first come, first served basis.

For more information on the class or to register, please follow the link below.


Registration will close by end of day on September 30, 2016. 

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