Luncheon (Club Chatter)

Wed, Mar 27th 2019 at 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

A debate on how the negotiations have been handled.


With all of the confusion and chaos with Brexit, it has been suggested that we should have our own debate on how the negotiations were handled and  where there are lessons to be learnt.  It is important that this is not a political debate but focussed on negotiation tactics.  I am sure you have your own views and we  would welcome your comments and thoughts. 

Paul Steele will be leading the debate so get your thinking caps on how you would have done it and what lessons have been learnt.

I look forward to a lively debate!!

Mike Le Conte

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