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#005 | What You Should Know About Negotiation and Recruitment

Leah York, Talbott Talent

A seasoned association professional, Leah York discusses the role of an executive search firm. Recruitment is very different than the job search process. Many executives that may be open to accepting a new position are not active on a job search site.

Leah’s company, Talbott Talent, works with associations and non-profits making them more effective through their talent. Finding the right fit for her clients involves carefully understanding both parties well. Learn how a seasoned recruiter can help you negotiate on your behalf.

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#004 | How to Streamline Planning Your Association’s Next Event

Gabriela Arisso

Gabriela Arisso, Director, Global Accounts at HelmsBriscoe

An Interview with Gabriela Arisso

A veteran of the hospitality industry, Gabriela Arisso shares how she matches organizations to the right venue for their events.

She’s the Director of Global Accounts with HelmsBriscoe where she specializes in streamlining the meeting planning process. Gabriela manages the time-consuming tasks of researching, evaluating, and contacting locations for the perfect association event.



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#002 | Negotiation Conversation with Laurie Guest


Laurie Guest

Laurie Guest

Join Penny Rosema as she has a conversation with professional speaker and author Laurie Guest. Laurie is a midwest farmer’s daughter with a smart-aleck personality.

Laurie and Penny discuss how important a “pick list” is in any contract negotiation. Be sure to listen to unlock free offerings.

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#001 | Ask Outrageously with Linda Swindling

From the courtroom to the boardroom, Linda Byars Swindling, JD, CSP, knows first hand about high-stakes communication, negotiating workplace drama, and influencing decision-makers.

In this interview you will hear from negotiation expert Linda Swindling on the results of her recent research and the top reasons people are hesitant to ask for what they want. Are you ready to ASK OUTRAGEOUSLY?