Tapping into Negotiation Excellence
Emotional Freedom Techniques (aka "EFT" or "Tapping") for Attorneys
2.4 CLE Credits (NJ)
Whether litigating cases, negotiating contracts, or mediating disputes, this course has something for every attorney, PLUS this course introduces Emotional Freedom Techniques (aka "EFT" or "Tapping") specifically designed for Attorneys. Part 1 of the course is Mastering the Art of Negotiation using the winning negotiation formula E=MC5 (a playful take on Einstein’s Theory of Relativity, but without the physics). This unique formula is derived from the course instructor's over 25 years of experience negotiating cases as an attorney and mediator. Mastering this formula will exponentially increase an attorney's ability to negotiate regardless of practice area. Focus is on the formula’s 5 core components: commitment, confidence, courage, compassion, and calmness, with each component supported by practical insights and advice, as well as tips for immediate implementation.
Part 2 of the course introduces EFT for Negotiation Excellence. EFT is part of the field known as “Energy Psychology” which utilizes the unseen energy system within our body, together with principles of the mind-body connection. EFT is highly effective and millions of people worldwide use EFT and the transformative power of “tapping” to improve performance, productivity, and relationships. The course includes instructions, demonstrations, and examples of how attorneys can apply EFT to the E=MC5 formula to further enhance their negotiating performance. Emphasis includes common negotiation problems with adversaries, clients, judges, partners, colleagues, employees, and court staff. Mr. Eichen is Certified in EFT and a member of the Association of EFT Professionals (AEFTP).
This program has been approved by the Board on Continuing Legal Education of the Supreme Court of New Jersey for 2.4 hours of total CLE credit. Of these, 0.0 qualify as hours of total credit for ethics, professionalism, and professional responsibility, of which 0.0 qualify as hours of credit for diversity, inclusion, and elimination of bias.
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