Normally, I will arrange something to do for my Saturday morning.
This Saturday morning, I will attend a seminar.
I enjoy attending seminar. It is an active learning process and we can learn a lot through a 3 hours workshop.
You can tell whether the speaker meets your requirement within the first 5 minutes.
Some speakers talk a lot, but without any knowledge transfer.
Some are lecturing something outside the topic – you would think that you have gone to a wrong class.
Some are very good, they can transfer their knowledge and working experience to you.
So, let us see what today’s seminar is good or not.
This Saturday morning, I attended a negotiation skill seminar.
The course is nearly full class, with 37 participants.
The speaker is from a training institute, with 1.5 hours on theory, and 1 hour on case study.
After the class, I discussed negotiation skills with some friends.
They said that negotiation skills is now a hot topic for management training, as negotiation is essential in daily work life.
For the seminar, some points I agree and some points I disagree. I am not a specialist on negotiation skills, I hope that I can have further training with other speakers.
I really enjoy the case study session. We have a chance to discuss our point of view and exchange idea. We can practice negotiation skills.