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ACBC ACT Workshop - Art of Chinese Negotiation

21 May 2019

PwC Canberra, 28 Sydney Ave, Forrest ACT 2603

 

Date: Tuesday 21 May 2019

Time: 5.00 pm - 7.00 pm

Location: PwC Canberra, 28 Sydney Ave, Forrest ACT 2603

Tickets: ACBC Members - $25, Non-members - $50

Registration: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/acbc-act-workshop-art-of-chinese-negotiation-tickets-60180238714?aff=affiliate1 

Workshop Overview
Leonie McKeon will present on how the 36 Chinese Strategies (derived from Sun Tzu’s –‘The Art of War’) are used a Chinese business environment. The 36 Chinese Strategies are described as the keys to understanding Chinese thinking. Most Chinese people know and unconsciously use these strategies to negotiate and communicate in their daily life. To function successfully in China, and therefore maximise your business success it is crucial to know how to recognise and respond effectively to the 36 Chinese Strategies. Knowledge of the Chinese negotiating culture, which means how the 36 Chinese Strategies are used, is your greatest asset.
 
Why Attend

  • To learn when and how the 36 Chinese Strategies are used in Chinese business environments.
  • To know how to prepare and therefore react when the 36 Chinese Strategies are used by Chinese business people.
  • To gain more knowledge about what is really is happening when conducting business with Chinese business people.


Speaker - Leonie McKeon
Leonie McKeon is a China-educated strategist, who is an author, professional speaker, workshop presenter and business consultant specialising in the 36 Chinese Strategies (derived from Sun Tzu’s –‘The Art of War’). Leonie has worked and travelled extensively in the Greater China Region for several years where she learnt Mandarin, and lived amongst the mastery of Chinese negotiating tactics. She has over three decades of experience dealing with Chinese business people, and is a highly sort after business consultant and workshop presenter who advises Western business people on how to navigate their way through deals with Chinese business people.