North American Association of Educational negotiators

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42nd Annual NAEN Conference

  • 13 Mar 2011
  • 16 Mar 2011
  • Catamaran Resort Hotel & Spa, San Diego, CA


(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • $62.50 per half-day (two max. per person)

Registration is closed

The 42nd Annual Conference of the North American Association of Educational Negotiators will bring together educational management negotiators from all over the United States and Canada to participate and network for three and one-half days of professional development in educational negotiations. This conference offers the best opportunity to gain new insights, sharpen your negotiation skills, network with your peers, and share best practices with your colleagues.

This conference is recommended for all educational managment negotiating professionals who share an interest in educational labor relations and who are committed to professional development. If you have questions regarding this Conference, please e-mail us. We hope you will be able to join us in San Diego for this most informative conference for professional and personal advancement.

Testimonials from previous Annual Conferences:

"Superb conference.  Lots of variety in workshops, great keynote speakers, fun social events.  Very well planned and organized."

Entire experience was first rate from beginning to end."

"I was impressed by the variety of sessions provided.  Well done."

"Great conference.  Keep up the great program."

"The balance of keynote and workshops, experts and practitioners is just right."

"Very inclusive.  Good variety of topics.  Good interaction with varying points of view."

"This was my first conference, overall it was an excellent conference, great topics and speakers, networking was fantastic, learned from conference and social time."

"Well run conference.  Good opportunities to meet others."

"One of the very best things about this conference is the tone - warm, friendly, focused, lots of interaction."

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