Who should attend
The course is relevant to thought leaders, strategic planners, decision-makers, business-persons, trade unionists, employees, investors, diplomatic staff, politicians and academics.
About the course
Do you want to gain a deeper understanding of your own personal negotiation strengths and weaknesses to enhance your deal-making effectiveness? Do you want to learn the nature of negotiation and the basic rules of engagement?
The content of this course offers a brief introduction to a unifying, powerful and generally applicable negotiation methodology. It focuses on two forms of negotiation:
- Deal-making negotiation, which has a future time frame
- Conflict resolution negotiation, which has a historical and past time frame
Besides gaining a unifying, powerful and generally applicable negotiation methodology, you will learn:
- A world-class set of negotiation tools and methodologies
- Negotiation frameworks
- The difference between deal-making negotiations and conflict resolution negotiations
- The basic interrelationship between normal, deep-rooted conflict and development
- Basic negotiation knowledge to maximise career opportunities
- How to differentiate yourself in the market place based on your approach to negotiations
- The rules of engagement
- The various phases of negotiation
- Your own negotiation strengths
- A set of frameworks for effective preparation of negotiations
- Identifying and understanding different negotiation styles
You will improve your own personal brand and effectiveness; you will gain a deep understanding of your own negotiation strengths and weaknesses, differentiate yourself in the marketplace and maximise your career opportunities.
Having managers or staff who are highly skilled and equipped with world-class sets of negotiation tools and methodologies.
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Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.