The New Negotiator Event: The Neuroscience of Self-Regulation

Law Society of Upper Canada approved: this training session for negotiators specializes in training how to manage the strong emotions that often derail the agenda. Clients are often less satisfied when their negotiator or mediator loses their focus because of strong emotions that they themselves may trigger.

Veteran speaker and mediator Nathalie Boutet is a negotiation specialist with a twist: she applies neuroscience to understand people and to manage emotions – for the ultimate benefit of clients, and the success of the negotiation process.

Co-presenter, internationally renowned author, speaker and neuroscience expert Dr. Linda Page, will add her years of experience in neuroscience and behaviour change to teach self-control in the negotiating process.

You will learn to:

  • Pay attention to what triggers you…and others
  • Engage three intervention strategies to maintain the integrity of the process and not be derailed by reactive emotions
  • Build habits of prevention to reduce likelihood of triggering and develop self-regulation skills
  • Harness the power of intention to best meet professional obligations

Register for this important training session to become a better negotiator and mediator!

The Speakers

Nathalie Boutet

Nathalie Boutet is a skilled Family Law lawyer with over 22 years of experience who is committed to the practices of out-of-court negotiation for separating couples and families. Nathalie is a pioneer in the field of Neuro Family Law©, the integration of the science of the brain and the psychology of negotiation into law. She helps professionals better understand and work with their clients and other professionals. Nathalie obtained a certificate of studies from NeuroAwareness, an international company fostering education about neuroscience for negotiators, and she founded the Neuro Family Law Institute. She regularly teaches and writes about the science of negotiation to remind professionals to refrain from allowing their personal judgment and emotions to influence their work.

Find Out More About Nathalie.

Linda Page

Linda J. Page, Ph.D., brings scientific understanding to generating coaching capacity. With a background in educational innovation, sociology and anthropology, psychotherapy practice, psychology professorship, business entrepreneurship, and coach training and practice, she teaches principles and practices that yield optimum functioning. With David Rock, she co-authored Coaching with the Brain in Mind: Foundations for Practice (John Wiley & Sons, 2009), which establishes coaching as a discipline and draws on modern neuroscience for practical tools to help coaches and their clients. Dr. Page founded Adler International Learning, the first professional coaching program in Canada to be accredited by the International Coach Federation, and is Co-Director of Adler-OISE University of Toronto Certificates in Leadership Coaching. She also founded Adler Graduate Professional School which awards a degree in counseling and clinical psychology. As a founding member of the Graduate School Alliance for Executive Coaching, Adler supports the development of a theoretical foundation for coaching.

May.14th, 2015  
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Registration is at 8:30 a.m.



St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church
865 2nd Ave. West,
Owen Sound, Ontario
(Parking is on First Avenue West only)


$325.00 plus HST = $367.25
Payable to Kerry J. Lee in Trust


To Register

Please contact Kerry Lee at [email protected]

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