Wednesday, December 5, 2007

World-Class Negotiating Expert Available to Assist You with Your Next Article or Story Involving Negotiations

Michael E. Sloopka, one of North America’s foremost experts in negotiating, sales, purchasing, and decision-making dynamics, can provide the compelling answers you need.

Michael E. Sloopka is available for media interviews covering a wide range of negotiating situations – from large- and small-scale public- and private-sector negotiations, everyday negotiations, and sports negotiations.

Professionally trained in broadcasting, Michael delivers informative and entertaining print, radio, and television interviews.

Get the Answers You Need to the Tough Questions About Negotiating

Of the six “W’s” that you must address in an effective news story, “Why?” is usually the most difficult to answer when you’re covering a situation involving negotiations.

You need to explain to your audience why people act the way they do. Why organizations take the positions they do. Why each party’s decisions and actions may or may not be important. And most of all, your audience needs to understand why the subtle nuances of negotiations are important and why they can have a significant impact on the results.

Michael E. Sloopka can make your job easier. As a recognized expert in negotiating and decision-making dynamics, he can provide you with insightful and colorful commentary, quotes, in-depth analysis of both parties’ positions, and even a prediction of the likely outcome(s) of the negotiation. Michael has more than 25 years of practical experience studying and teaching the art and science of negotiations in nearly every type of situation – from major business scenarios involving mergers and acquisitions, contract and supply agreement negotiations, sales, purchasing, marketing, and labor disputes – to personal scenarios involving the purchase of homes, automobiles, appliances, and big-ticket consumer items – to interacting effectively with family members.

So the next time you want to address questions such as “Are their opening positions extreme?” or “Are they really prepared to reach for compromise?” or even “What are they thinking?” – don’t rely solely on the individuals involved in the negotiation for quotes. Bring in a subject matter expert who can provide the insight and thoughtful analysis that your audience wants and deserves.

To schedule an interview or to request an appearance on your radio or television program, you can contact Michael by e-mail at or by phone at 519-836-6105.

Due to Michael’s travel, speaking, and consulting schedule, he may not be immediately available. Recognizing that you may have an important deadline, Michael receives his e-mail messages remotely and will contact you as soon as possible.

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