TAPPING INTO NEGOTIATING EXCELLENCE FOR ATTORNEYS
3.0 CLE Credits
Harnessing the Combined Power of E=MC5 and EFT
This brand new VIRTUAL Continuing Legal Education course combines a distinct formula for Excellence (E=MC5) with powerful Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) designed specifically for Attorneys. Part I of the course tackles the concepts behind E=MC5 and its 5 essential components: Commitment, Confidence, Courage, Compassion, and Calmness. We will discuss how these 5 components, when used together, will exponentially improve your negotiation abilities and results.
Part II further expands on the E=MC5 formula by addressing specific “Strategies for Negotiation B.R.A.V.E.R.Y.” Negotiating is an art and involves many nuances and subtleties. At the same time, it often involves risk and having the courage to put yourself on the line. In this section, critical concepts of Belief, Reasonableness, Accountability, Validation, Efficiency, Relationships, and Yielding will demonstrate additional ways to dramatically increase your negotiating effectiveness.
Part III introduces EFT (a.k.a. “tapping“) to attorneys. 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 to treat mental, emotional and physical conditions. EFT is highly effective and has been spreading like wildfire since its inception in the early 1990’s. Millions of people use EFT and the transformative power of tapping to improve performance, productivity and relationships. This section includes hands-on instruction and practical examples of how attorneys can use EFT as part of their arsenal to obtain excellence in negotiating. Emphasis includes common negotiation problems with challenging adversaries, clients, judges, partners, colleagues, employees, court staff, and law enforcement.
This program has been approved by the Board on Continuing Legal Education of the Supreme Court of New Jersey for 3.0 hours of total CLE credit. Of these, 0.0 qualify as hours of credit for ethics/professionalism, and 0.0 qualify as hours of credit toward certification in civil trial law, criminal trial law, workers compensation law and/or matrimonial law.