We have saved you a seat at the table, come learn strategies to enhance your business and negotiating skills through The Power of Poker.
Join BDO for the 2nd annual Power of Poker tournament, where you can network while you learn the rules of the game and sharpen your skills in calculating risk, reading non-verbal cues, trusting your intuition and perfecting your poker face.
Whether you are a seasoned player or new to the game, this event is for every level.
What's on the table:
- A lesson from the expert: Kimberly Schreiber, Attorney, Professor, Author, Certified Face Reader, International Speaker, Radio Show Host, and Founder of Training Resolved, LLC
- Refreshments and heavy hors d'oeuvres
- Getting to know the competition
- Playing your cards
Kimberly Schreiber is an Attorney, approved mediation trainer, professor, author and Tennessee Supreme Court Listed Mediator in Civil/General and Family Mediation, Specially Trained in Domestic Violence Issues. She is the founder of Training Resolved, LLC and runs a free mediation clinic in the community. Additionally, her firm is an approved provider for the Mandatory Parent Education Class in three Judicial Districts. Kimberly is an international speaker and is part of a group of online providers educating Solicitors and Barristers in the topics of Elder Mediation, Reflective Practice and Negotiation in the United Kingdom. She is a certified Face Reader and uses her face reading skills at the negotiation table and to assist with jury selection. Kimberly is a NTSA certified trainer for DUI and teaches defense attorneys the standardized field sobriety tests. She particularly enjoys working with Public Defenders and consulting in cases as an Expert Witness in DUI. She is a six time Judge at the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Mediation Competition and one of the authors of the collaborative book Mediation Practice: 8 Cultures, 16 Cases 128 Creative Solutions which was released in 2016 by the ICC. She has a local radio show on KWAM 990 that educates the community about the benefits of mediation. Kimberly teaches in the Masters Program for Conflict Resolution at Bethel University. Her law degree is from Indiana University School of Law. She also holds a B.S. in Accounting. In her spare time, she enjoys reading and raising her four sons.