skills building with

April 17

Noon ET

Richard Braden

John Shulman

Much has changed – for better and sometimes worse – in the world of negotiation training. We’ve seen a shift to online learning, with some great content…and a lot of videos with quizzes…

In the buzz about new technologies, have we lost our focus on skills building that actually drives measurable improvement and impacts business outcomes?

Register for this 45-minute webinar on April 17 – Outcome-Based Skills Building with Simulations – to join Rich Braden of CompTIA and John Shulman of Alignor in a conversation about how to design and deliver skills building that uses realistic simulations to impact business outcomes. They will focus on how negotiation skills building can be applied to a variety of situations to drive (and measure) desired outcomes.


What you’ll learn:

  • How to identify and map desired business outcomes to behaviors, capabilities and skills suitable for skills building
  • How to design and deliver realistic simulations that engage leaders, managers and learners and drive desired business outcomes
  • How to measure improvements and impacts on business outcomes

Register Now!


Rich Braden

As the Managing Director of CompTIA Apprenticeship for Tech, Richard Braden enables people to improve their livelihood through employment in the IT industry. Braden has a passion for developing workforce partnerships and employment opportunities in IT on behalf of underserved communities. Braden joined CompTIA in March 2021. Prior to joining CompTIA, Braden was an executive leader for several leading companies within the software industrials, medical device, legal publishing, and pharmaceutical industries. Most recently, he was the global leader of training and education at Honeywell Building Technologies. Rich is an Adjunct Faculty at the University of MN College of Education and volunteers his time as a job transition instructor for Grace Church in Eden Prairie, MN.

John Shulman

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John Shulman is an internationally recognized expert on negotiation, sales effectiveness, and game-based learning through realistic simulations. A graduate of Harvard Law School, John has worked with some of the world’s largest sales, purchasing and supply chain organizations, and has trained thousands of business leaders, managers, sales professionals and account managers across multiple industries. Simulations developed by John have been used globally by large organizations and through Alignor’s industry partnership with Coursera. John has also worked with Harvard Program on Negotiation’s Middle East Peace Project, the UN War Crimes Tribunal for Rwanda, and numerous governments.