Photo Release -- The Negotiation Institute Offers 11.75 HRCI Credits for Attending Women’s Insights on the Art of Negotiating (WIN) Summit

NEW YORK, July 29, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Negotiation Institute, the first and longest running negotiation training organization in the world, announced that the 2015 WIN Summit qualifies for 11.75 HRCI credit hours through the HR Certification Institute (HRCI.) The recertification credit hours are applicable toward California, GPHR, HRBP, HRMP, PHR and SPHR professional certifications.

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“We are delighted to have the opportunity to provide HRCI credits to those who attend the WIN Summit,” said Dawn Pratt, TNI Managing Director. “We recognize the need for a career-long commitment to professional development and are dedicated to providing women with the opportunity to immeasurably enhance their skill set and professional network through leadership and negotiation training.”

The 2015 WIN Summit will be held in NYC September 30 – October 1 at the New York Hilton in Midtown. The Summit combines research-based training, panel discussions by both male and female leaders, and keynote presentations by some of the world's most influential women.

Featured speakers include 23rd Secretary of the US Air Force Deborah Lee James; Cathie Black, former chair of Hearst Publications and NYT Best-Selling Author; Lisa Gersh, co-founder of Oxygen and CEO of goop; and IBM head of corporate citizenship, Doris Gonzalez. Academic negotiation experts include WIN Academic Coordinator Sara Laschever, leading researcher author of Women Don't Ask and Linda Netsch, practicing attorney and current lecturer at Harvard Law School, Stanford Law School, and the Haas School of Business at Cal-Berkeley. For more information and full list of WIN speakers, please visit:

For information on registration, group discounts, sponsorship sales, or general inquiries for The WIN Summit please visit or call 212-796-5600 or email

About The Negotiation Institute
Founded in 1966, The Negotiation Institute (TNI) provides on-site corporate training programs and public conference events designed to provide executives a competitive advantage in today's global marketplace. The first and longest-running negotiation training organization in the world, the Institute legacy and depth of experience enables us to provide clients with unparalleled solutions across a variety of executive competencies—negotiation, high-performance sales, procurement, supply chain management, leadership and presentation skills. The TNI commitment to excellence is reflected throughout our global faculty of instructors, thought leaders and business experts. To learn more, please visit us at

For more information, contact: Lauren Oliver, Public Relations Director +212-736-3153

Source:The Negotiation Institute