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Gender, the Brain and Negotiation Strategies:
Do Men and Women Think Differently?
Topic Summary:

Does gender affect communication and collaborative problem solving? Well, it turns out that men and women's brains are not the same. They process information and emotions quite differently. Business Therapist Michel Zelnick will be discussing some of the neurobiological factors that impact the interactions between men and women and, more importantly, how an understanding of these factors can result in more effective communication and collaboration.

Audience takeaways:

A discussion of some of the key neurobiological factors that impact interactions between women and men, addressing the following questions:

* Are women and men's brains structurally different?* Does what we say get interpreted one way vs. another based on gender of our audience?

* Should we tailor what we say and how we say it based on whether we are speaking to men or women?

* How does this affect our professional relationships and what can we do differently, if anything, to foster better professional relationships?


Michel Zelnick CPA in JD MFT
and Business Therapist - President, The Zelnick Group
When: Thursday, August 2, 2018 12:00 p.m. | Program: 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Where: Beverly Hills Bar Association (Directions, Parking at 241 No. Canon Drive)
$0 -Members of todaplus & The Order of Distinguished Attorneys
$25 - BHBA Members who pay in advance*
$225 - Non-BHBA Members who pay in advance* ($25 more for each at the door)
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Robin Mashal, Esq. - Business Law Section ChairNatalia Aranovich, Esq. - Business Law Section Vice-Chair Michael Tashman, Esq. - Program Chair
* Advanced registration closes24 hours prior to event time. Registrations received thereafter include a $25 additional fee.Full refund with 48 hours notice. Raincheck with 24 hours notice.
This activity has been approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of One Hour of Participatory MCLE Credit and the Beverly Hills Bar Association certifies that this activity conforms to the standards for approved education activities prescribed by the rules and regulations of the State Bar of California governing minimum continuing legal education.
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