Martin Medeiros gives you immediate takeaways backed by the latest research on how human interaction is being automated regarding negotiation. Humans use a form of communication including influence, persuasion, and negotiation to communicate and obtain their needs. Increasingly, this is being automated and you may not know humans are not present in these functions with artificial intelligence and virtual personalities. In one recent study presented, you will learn that bipedal robots were trusted more than humans! AI is giving us a new understanding of engagement and influence. What is happening next? Explore the new trends with Martin.
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|Event Date||05-21-2019 4:00 pm|
|Event End Date||05-21-2019 8:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||04-17-2019|
|Cut off date||05-21-2019 10:00 pm|
|Late Fee||USD15.00 (From 05-17-2019 00:00)|
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Capturing Attention in the 21st Century: Hands-On Exercise and Review of How to Craft Persuasive Emails and Influential Face to Face Meetings
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Here Come the Robots: New Research on the Automation of Influence, Persuasion, and Negotiation
Martin Medeiros gives you the knowledge and motivation to effectively communicate your needs to the world using influence, persuasion, and negotiation. Martin closed thousands of deals and disputes using a systematic approach over 25 years as an attorney and entrepreneur representing Fortune 500 companies working in an Am Law 100 firm. Martin authored three books, his work appeared in the Wall Street Journal, and he is a recurring contributor to the BBC on technology, international trade, and intellectual property issues. Let him inform you with data, case studies, and techniques based on the science of persuasion, influence, and negotiation.