BMI Presents: an interactive workshop ‘‘Strategic business negotiation: behaviour and gender factors“

Negotiation is a “people’s game”, depending on different behavioural types. There are 11 behavioural archetypes described in detail: 6 feminine and 5 masculine behavioural styles. All archetypes are present in each personality, but the way we grow up, live, and work determines which ones we consciously or unconsciously use during negotiation.

To learn how behaviour patterns can be adapted in different stages of the negotiation process BMI Institute invites you to join an interactive workshop ‘‘Strategic business negotiation: behaviour and gender factors“ with Mira Vasic, a female leadership and gender-diversity expert.

The online event will take place via Zoom on June 3rd (Thursday) at

  • 12:30 CET (Brussels time).
  • 13:30 EET (Vilnius time)

Registration is required.

About the speaker:

Dr. ing. Mira Vasic is an expert on topics of female leadership and gender-diversity. She helps individuals develop their leadership skills and companies become truly inclusive. Mira is a frequently asked international keynote speaker and teaches MBA courses for Politecnico di Milano Business School. She is a Senior Partner and co-owner of ‘In Touch Female Leadership & Career Academy’ and has a tremendous passion for empowering women.

In the past ten years, she has been working as a researcher and consultant for commercial and governmental sectors in Serbia, Spain, Greece, Italy and the Netherlands. She also holds a PhD in Structural Engineering from Politecnico di Milano (2015) and fluently speaks 4 languages. Her value is her enthusiastic approach and her great sense of humour.

The workshop takes between 1 and 1.15h. The Zoom link, together with the confirmation of your registration, will be sent shortly after registration. We look forward to seeing you online!

For more information about the event and speakers, please visit here or contact:

Elze Pociute (BMI Brussels): +32 474 264551;

Dagne Armonaite (BMI Vilnius): +37065025096,