Fotini Iconomopoulos



Nicknamed "the negotiator" as a child, Fotini has been honing her skills her entire life.

For the last decade, she's been empowering Fortune 500 executives and their teams to achieve their objectives through her negotiation, communication, and persuasion expertise. She guides companies through high-stakes scenarios and creates tailored, intensive negotiation workshops for global clients in all industries who want to develop their teams.

When she's not strategizing with clients, Fotini is a frequent guest on CBC & CTV Television and an instructor of MBA Negotiations at the Schulich School of Business. She also offers her experience to non-profit initiatives, including an empowerment program for young girls, an attempt to close the gender gap before it starts.

She's been recognized with the Network of Executive Women's national Inclusion award and the Greek America Foundation's Top 40 under 40 awards for her achievements and philanthropic work.




As a sought-after negotiation expert, Fotini is often asked to appear on TV, podcasts, and radio and is often quoted in the notable online and printed press. She can provide commentary on workplace dynamics, improving conversations at home, increasing personal wealth, building confidence and credibility, conflict management, and current events.


How to negotiate your next job offer
What to do to nail your performance review
Sound more credible to get what you want
How to manage the jerks in your life
Negotiating at home doesn't have to be hostile
Likability doesn't mean giving everything away
Email mistakes keeping you from getting what you want
Dealing with imposter syndrome
Make your voice heard