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Susan Harrell 
Washington Initiative for Supported Employment 


Wednesday October 10, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM PDT

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Registration deadline: October 8 , 2012

No refunds for cancellations after the registration deadline date.


Dave Black




Webinar - $30.00

Webinar with CEC - $75.00

Washington State Stipends - Free for first 53 registrants who live and work in Washington State


Webinar: Working Together Successfully

Becoming a Better Negotiator


Negotiation is a process, a means to an end.  It is the journey of how we get to where we want to be.  Negotiation is a dialogue between two or more people or parties, intended to reach an understanding or resolve a point of difference.


During this two-hour webinar, the presenter will help people learn how to navigagate the process of negotiating to get what they need from others.


This presentation was developed specifically for people with disabilities, family members and service providers, and has proven to increase participant skill and confidence in dealing with conflict and getting what they need through collaborative negotiations.


What others have said about this webinar:

“He obviously was very knowledgeable about the subject matter and it was very well presented.”

“This was by far one of the best”

Dave Black

Dave Black is the General Manager of Interchange Northwest. He has provided training and technical assistance in conflict management to public and private organizations, service providers, and individuals and families in the U.S and in several countries abroad since 1999. He is the Ombuds for Mental Health Services for the King County Regional Support Network in Washington State. He has provided negotiation training to hundreds of people with disabilities, their families and service providers.

Dave began his work in conflict resolution in 1994 as a volunteer family mediator in Thurston County, Washington. He took from that experience the belief that when it comes to the significant issues in our personal and professional lives, it is important for each of us to become more effective negotiators so that we can manage our problems, rather than to avoid them or let them get the better of us.


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Washington State Stipend Registration!

 Stipends are for those that live and work in Washington State and are limited to the first 53 seats. Once these seats are full if you would like to take this training you will need to follow the Register and Pay link.


This session may be recorded and by registering you agree to being recorded.

You will be emailed a confirmation immediately upon registering and the link for this webinar approximately 1 week prior to this event. It seems as though some systems are not allowing these emails through their firewalls. If you do not get either of these emails please let us know prior to the day of the webinar. Please contact Suzan Snodgrass @ Please note, we cannot accommodate calls on the day of the webinar for missing links.