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Book Testimonials – What readers are saying

Posted by    |   July 5th, 2016   |   No responses

Here’s what some more readers are saying about the book! I’m so honoured and humbled of the kind words people are saying. I want to hear from everyone, so please send me your thoughts. “Negotiating So Everyone Wins – David Dingwall has expertly blended h is own insights with those […]

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Positive Feedback from Readers

Posted by    |   July 4th, 2016   |   No responses

I’m very humbled to share with you some recent testimonials on the book “David Dingwall’s book, “Negotiating so Everyone Wins” provides a great summary of what every negotiator should employ to achieve a successful outcome: combine creativity with emphasis on maintaining control, and employ strategic steps to optimize the potential […]

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Friday May 13

Posted by    |   May 10th, 2016   |   No responses

I’m very excited to be addressing the Centre For Labour Management Relations @ Ryerson University on Friday May 13.  I’ve been humbled by the reaction to the book thus far and I look forward to connecting with many more people interested in improving their negotiation skills or just learning how to be […]

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The Mandate

Posted by    |   June 1st, 2015   |   No responses

Every single creator reaches a dead finish now and then. Originality really is a quality that’s based on
peaks and valleys. Various celebrated authors have gone with dry out periods of writer’s prohibit wherever they noticed their effort was useless.

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7 Critical Factors in Preparing for Negotiations

Posted by    |   May 1st, 2015   |   No responses

Every single creator reaches a dead finish now and then. Originality really is a quality that’s based on
peaks and valleys. Various celebrated authors have gone with dry out periods of writer’s prohibit wherever they noticed their effort was useless.

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A Demon of the Negotiation Process

Posted by    |   April 16th, 2015   |   No responses

When you enter into negotiations, do you find yourself continuously thinking and reflecting on how you will do in the negotiations? If you represent yourself in a negotiation, such thoughts often come to the forefront, but can be very troubling. Equally so, if you represent a friend/partner/colleague in a negotiation, […]

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Dingwall addresses Toronto Board of Trade

Posted by    |   April 16th, 2015   |   No responses

On April 10, 2015, as the Co-Director of the Canada China Institute on Business & Development at the Ted Rogers School of Management, David C. Dingwall addressed members of the Toronto Board of Trade on “China in the Next Decade.” Dingwall was joined by Dr. Howard Lin, Co-Director of the […]

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Dingwall given Lifetime Award

Posted by    |   February 21st, 2012   |   No responses

The Cape Breton University Alumni Association celebrated the accomplishments of four distinguished individuals at the 2011 Alumni Awards Gala at Cape Breton University.

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Dingwall Named to the Canada China Board

Posted by    |   February 21st, 2012   |   No responses

David Dingwall was named to the Board of Directors for Canada China Business Council. Seven new directors were elected to the CCBC Board at the November 21 Annual General Meeting. The Board thanked five retiring directors, Ala Alizadeh, Warren Gilman, George Haynal, Murray King, and Michel Leduc, for their service […]

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