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Ed Brodow        

Negotiation Expert and Bestselling Author

Ed Brodow is the world’s top spokesman on the art of negotiation. SEC Chairman Harvey Pitt dubbed Ed "King of Negotiators." Forbes Magazine agreed, ranking Ed as one of the nation’s leading dealmakers. For two decades, Ed’s acclaimed Negotiation Boot Camp® Seminars have set the standard for "how to make a deal" in Corporate America. A nationally recognized television personality, Ed has appeared as negotiation guru on PBS, ABC National News, Fox News, Inside Edition, and Fortune Business Report.

Ed is the best-selling author of six books including the business classic "Negotiation Boot Camp: How to Resolve Conflict, Satisfy Customers, and Make Better Deals." He is negotiating consultant to some of the world’s most prominent organizations, notably Microsoft, Goldman Sachs, Starbucks, Learjet, Raytheon, Philips, Hyatt, The Gap, McKinsey, Revlon, Zurich Insurance, Mobil Oil, the IRS, and the Pentagon. As a speaker, he has enthralled more than 1,000 audiences in Paris, Madrid, Athens, Milan, Frankfurt, Singapore, Tokyo, Bogota, Sao Paulo, Toronto, and New York with his charismatic stage presence, infectious humor, and practical ideas on negotiation and success.

A true "Renaissance Man," Ed has been a corporate sales executive (IBM, Litton Industries), US Marine Corps officer, novelist, and Hollywood movie actor with starring roles opposite Jessica Lange, Ron Howard, and Christopher Reeve. Ed starred in the 2014 film, Senior Lovin', winner of First Prize in the JuntoBox Films' InstaFilm competition. A veteran member of Screen Actors Guild, he lives in Monterey, California. His website is www.brodow.com/.


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Speech Topics

How To Be a World-Class Negotiator

Ed's leading-edge ideas on negotiating will show you how to create successful business relationships. His message is that negotiation works best as a collaboration instead of a contest. "If the other side isn't happy, you haven't won." Trust develops when you acknowledge the other side's perspective and explore options for mutual satisfaction. If both sides feel satisfied -everything is possible.

Negotiating Top Dollar for Your Product

Closing the sale for your product or service means nothing if it is not profitable. Ed draws on his sales negotiation experience to show how you can create satisfied customers at higher prices. The most satisfied customers are the ones who pay top dollar because they appreciate the value of their investment. Successful sales negotiators exude confidence, focus on perceived value, and aren't afraid to say "no."

If I'm So Successful, Why Am I Taking Prozac?

Ed explains why millions of Americans seem to have everything yet do not feel successful. Instead, many are caught in a downward spiral of depression, drugs, alcohol, violence, and suicide. He shows how each of us can redefine "success" so we can create a healthy lifestyle that fits our own temperament and preferences. Based on his new book published by HarperCollins, this is Ed's formula for dealing with employee malaise, increased turnover, and decreased productivity.

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