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We have met the enemy, and they are us. 


Don't let your negotiation biases become your biggest enemy and cause you to make unnecessary compromises or concessions.

Check Your Negotiator Bias!

Actually, check ALL your biases.


Biases.  We all have them.  They all... well actually some might keep you safe.  Most of them stink.


A critical habit for a great negotiator is to recognize and minimize the influence of biased thinking and feeling when crafting an agreement.


Come play with us!  Join the Yin and the Yang, the Stepbrothers of Doom, Allan Tsang, and Dan Oblinger as we explore the dangers of bias and a system to prevent them from sinking your negotiation.


We'll talk about the worst bias of all.  And a bunch of super common biases that you will see in a tense, complex negotiation.


Be ready for some challenging simulations and several roleplays so we can inoculate ourselves against the powerful impulse of biased thoughts and terrible heuristics! 

Who should come?:

Anyone who wants to learn how to negotiate better. Professionals, Entrepreneurs, Executives. 


This is not for Negotiation Experts, Gurus, or Masters that have achieved the highest pinnacle of the craft.

Attendees will receive access to our limited distribution white paper: "Negotiators and Bias Control"

Event Details

Where:  Register here for the Zoom link:

What: This event is an interactive, live, zoom workshop, featuring a minimal lecture on key concepts and role-play in small groups facilitated by skilled coaches.

When: Date: Friday, April 23, 2021
Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm Eastern Time US
Tuition: Early Bird $150 until 4/19/2021, $175 after that.
Zoom (link provided during registration)​
***enter code "Biases" at checkout to get the discount.
Don't delay


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Cancellation policy: you may cancel and get a full refund minus the cost of payment processing up to 24 hours prior to the start of the event. 

Dan Oblinger


What if a hostage negotiator made the jump to business negotiations?  What if the same skills that save lives can also craft lucrative scope and fee packages for your firm?  Dan Oblinger is an actively serving hostage negotiator commander for a large American city.  He is the author of two books, “Life or Death Listening: A Hostage Negotiator’s How-to Guide to Mastering the Essential Communication Skill” and “The 28 Laws of Listening: Best Practices for the Master Listener”.  Dan coaches and consults with companies on internal negotiation programs, especially when active listening can enhance their deal-making.  





Dan Oblinger Bio

Allan Tsang


Helping people excel in the art and science of negotiation, build stronger agreements, and get what they want without unnecessary compromises

Allan is a negotiation coach with over a decade of experience in training thousands of business owners and professionals to negotiate more effectively. His real-world expertise and track record of success can be adapted to virtually any industry or profession, with specializations in the Engineering, Technology, Manufacturing, Biomedical, and Aerospace sectors.


Born in Hong Kong, raised in Africa, and educated in the United States, Allan’s early career took him to Boston, New York, and Atlanta before finally settling in Virginia as a business coach. Fluent in English and Cantonese, his global experiences have shaped his perspectives and enhanced his ability to bridge cultural gaps, facilitate better communication, and build lasting agreements between opposing parties.

Allan’s clients include start-ups, multi-billion dollar companies, M&A’s, Inc. 500 Fastest Growing Companies, and Fortune "100 Best Companies to Work For". His no-nonsense coaching has been sought out to help land anchor clients, grow revenues, and resolve conflicts, as well as to negotiate mergers and acquisitions. With his training, Allan’s clients have successfully negotiated agreements with companies such as Google, Boeing, PepsiCo, Verizon, Northrop Grumman, CAT, GE, and Microsoft.

In addition to being named one of the “Top 20 Under 40” by the Blue Ridge Business Journal, he also serves on the board of advisers for RAMP, a regional business accelerator. Personally trained and mentored by the late Jim Camp, Allan is currently the North America and Asia Pacific Negotiation Coach for Camp Systems.

Allan Tsang Bio
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