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TZL podcast: How to negotiate with Dan Oblinger & Allan Tsang

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TZL podcast: How to negotiate with Dan Oblinger & Allan Tsang

Allan Tsang and Dan Oblinger discuss negotiation, active listening for design professionals, telling clients “No!” and more in this episode of the podcast. 

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The new realities of business

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The new realities of business

Current world events are changing the way we value everything. This pandemic highlights the need for collaborative and equitable decision-making between leadership and staff.

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Character: Randy Wilburn

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Character: Randy Wilburn

As an accomplished speaker, consultant, trainer, and business coach, Wilburn helps professionals become better leaders, better communicators, and better people.

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