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The Art of Negotiation & How to Land a Job - Winnipeg

Sun Sep 30, 2018
10:00am–5:00pm
Red River College – Princess Street Campus
160 Princess Street Winnipeg, MB R3B 1K9
Cost
FREE for ICG | 669 Members
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Film Training Manitoba
204-989-9669

The Art of Negotiation

This session will cover:

  • What negotiation is and the rules
  • Negotiating style that is best for you
  • When to discuss money
  • How to respond to “No”
  • What to include in deal memos
  • Creative deal making techniques
  • How to negotiate in tough times
  • After a presentation, participants will break up into teams—
  • one side being the producer and the other side the artist—and tasked with making a deal. 
Participants will then regroup and reflect on the process. 
 
How to Land a Job
 
This session will cover:
  • How to prepare your best resume
  • How to prepare for your interview
  • Different interview styles
  • Interview skills that work
Participants are encouraged to bring their portfolios and/or presentation materials.

About the Instructor:
 
Rachael Stanley was a Costume Designer for over 25 years with credits including five seasons of “Sisters”, which earned her an Emmy nomination, “Ally McBeal”which brought her another Emmy nomination, as well as a Costume Designers Guild Awards nomination, and 4 seasons of “Sabrina The Teenage Witch”. She has served as a member of the Executive Peer Group for Costumes Designers and Supervisors with the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.  After years in the field she joined the staff of her union, the Costume Designers Guild, Local 892, where she now leads the union as the Executive Director.
 
Her seminars on negotiating skills and interview skills began as a tool to help her fellow costume designers, and over the years has become a popular class with other Locals in the IATSE.
 
She has been teaching her seminars for over 10 years in Los Angeles, New York, Boston, Vancouver, and Toronto.
 

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