Asper School of Business

Negotiation and Consensus Building

Available dates

Jan 29, 2020
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
CAD 600 ≈USD 466
CAD 600 per day


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About the course

Negotiation impacts every aspect of our lives. The ability to negotiate effectively helps to reach agreements, achieve goals and create stronger relationships. Through this program you will learn practical strategies to better your negotiations, ultimately leading to improved productivity, job satisfaction and greater overall success.

Why This Program?

Our hands-on approach runs you through negotiation simulations that get you practicing the skills you learn immediately. You'll leave with the confidence you need to negotiate effectively - anytime, anywhere.

Negotiation is how decisions are made, agreements are reached and disputes are resolved between two or more parties. The completion and implementation of a successful negotiation provides each party with an improved situation over one that would have occurred without negotiations. This course will focus on the negotiation aspects involved in the workplace, not labour negotiations.

Upon completion of this course, you will:

  • Know the major negotiation concepts
  • Understand how to achieve a win-win position
  • Understand the fundamental building blocks of effective negotiations
  • Have an increased confidence in the negotiation process
  • Develop skills through negotiation simulation
  • Develop the ability to recognize and analyze bargaining situations

Who should attend

This program is ideal for those who want to master negotiation skills to create value within their immediate teams and larger organization.

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Sean Macdonald

Sean has been with the Business Administration Department at the Asper School of Business since 2002. He has a degree in Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) (Political Studies) from University of Winnipeg, and Masters of Public Administration from University of Manitoba, focusing on economic development and...


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