Mobus Creative Negotiating to Exhibit at Upcoming Shows
Mobus’s Spring Show Schedule Includes Two May events: ISM and ATD
Los Angeles, March 25, 2015 — Mobus Creative Negotiating is set to exhibit at the Institute for Supply Chain Management (ISM) Annual Meeting, May 3-5 in Phoenix, Arizona and the Association for Talent Development Meeting, May 18-20 in Orlando, Florida.
The ISM meeting is the world’s largest for Supply Chain Professionals. “Supply Chain has always been one of the major beneficiaries of negotiation training” said Frank Mobus, CEO. “Our creative approach fits well with some of the newer directions and initiatives going on the in the field, such as: vendor consolidation, long-term supply agreements, exclusive arrangements and joint innovation. Our negotiating training makes great sense for everyone in the supply chain organization, from first-time, junior-level buyers to seasoned pros with responsibility for key-vendor relationships.”
At the exhibit booth, Mobus personnel will be demonstrating an early version of their new, interactive simulation or computer-based negotiating game. The game player makes strategic negotiating decisions for an avatar character, Wade, helping him make a critical buy. All meeting attendees are invited to drop by the Mobus exhibit to see if they can help Wade save his business.
Just two weeks later the Mobus team will be at the Association for Talent Development (ATD) Annual Meeting (formerly ASTD), the largest global event for training and development professionals. The meeting will be in Orlando, May 18-20.
In addition to demonstrating the negotiating game described above, Frank Mobus will present a talk entitled “Using Games (Both Live And Computer-Simulated) in Negotiation Training.” This takes place on Tuesday, May 19.
About using games in negotiating training Frank Mobus, CEO, said, “We’ve been using games for almost 30 years and it’s one of the things attendees say really helps them. Since games and gamification are now a major area of interest in corporate learning we look forward to sharing our hard-earned experiences with other professionals. We’ll talk about what works and what doesn’t. But we won’t just talk; everyone attending will take part in an actual, live negotiating game. We’ll also show an interactive video simulation and our new computer-based game featuring avatars. Like everything we do, this talk promises to be both fun and enlightening, in our own style of “Edutainment.”
About Mobus Creative Negotiating — Mobus Creative Negotiating is a corporate negotiation training company that matches more than 30 years of training seminar experience with the latest educational and communication techniques. The mission of Mobus Creative Negotiating is to help people find more profitable outcomes in deals large and small. Mobus can improve skills in gauging the other party’s pressures and needs–in transforming a transaction into a strategic relationship. For more valuable tips and insights into the art of negotiation, and to learn about their full suite of negotiation training solutions and Creative Negotiating seminars, visit Mobus at http://www.mobusinc.com.