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How Business Really Works: The Key to Strong Negotiation with Allan Parker

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Allan Parker

Negotiating, it’s something everyone does every day.

Our guest today, Allan Parker, shares three little words that are the key to strong negotiation while having more productive conversations while also unlocking our potential.

Would, could, might.

Allan Parker and Duff Watkins

What could we do?
What might we do?
What would you do if there was something that you always wanted to do but have been frightened to do?

Allan Parker is the Managing Director of Peak Performance Development Pty Ltd, a Sydney based consultancy company, operating both within Australia and internationally, in the areas of Negotiation, Organisational Change Facilitation, Training and Dispute Management.

Allan’s areas of expertise in training include Facilitation, Negotiation, Presentation Skills, Dispute Management as well as Management and Leadership Development. In consulting, his work has included the facilitation of Public Policy, Organisational Change, Strategic Planning, Corporate Restructures and Mergers with many leading organizations in Australia and internationally.

His clients have included Microsoft in 11 countries, AMP, BNP Paribas in 4 countries, Macquarie Bank in 4 countries, NSW Bar Association, Deutsche Bank, 5 different Ombudsman’s Offices in Australia and New Zealand, The Royal College of Physicians, the OECD and United Nations.

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