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Negotiation Skills

Reaching Agreement     (details...)

The velocity of work, the diversity of ideas and people, and the rapid flow of information make it increasingly difficult to get groups to agree and commit to action. This course focuses on the dynamics of group agreement, and the importance of having everyone's commitment. It teaches seven techniques for making clear, high-quality decisions that have the buy-in and commitment of every group member.

Negotiating with Integrity     (details...)

Negotiating with integrity is defined as back-and-forth, straight-talk communication, based on trust and truth, to reach an agreement when some are shared and some are opposed. Participants in this program will enhance their negotiation skills in sales, contract administration, cross-functional transactions in the organization, with suppliers and with customers.

High-Performance Negotiation     (details...)

Believe it or not, we are all negotiators. You discuss pay increase with your boss, you try and reach an agreement on the price of a house with a seller, and you negotiate with your spouse on where to go on vacation. More and more people want participation in the decisions that affect them, and therefore, want all, most, or some of their interests met by the other parties involved. Everyone wants to win, but few people in their professional or personal lives are comfortable or skillful at negotiation. In this two-day program, participants will learn and practice skills in the art of “Mutual Gains Negotiations."

Reaching Agreement     (details...)

The velocity of work, the diversity of ideas and people, and the rapid flow of information make it increasingly difficult to get groups to agree and commit to action. This course focuses on the dynamics of group agreement, and the importance of having everyone's commitment. It teaches seven techniques for making clear, high-quality decisions that have the buy-in and commitment of every group member.

Negotiating with Integrity     (details...)

Negotiating with integrity is defined as back-and-forth, straight-talk communication, based on trust and truth, to reach an agreement when some are shared and some are opposed. Participants in this program will enhance their negotiation skills in sales, contract administration, cross-functional transactions in the organization, with suppliers and with customers.

High-Performance Negotiation     (details...)

Believe it or not, we are all negotiators. You discuss pay increase with your boss, you try and reach an agreement on the price of a house with a seller, and you negotiate with your spouse on where to go on vacation. More and more people want participation in the decisions that affect them, and therefore, want all, most, or some of their interests met by the other parties involved. Everyone wants to win, but few people in their professional or personal lives are comfortable or skillful at negotiation. In this two-day program, participants will learn and practice skills in the art of “Mutual Gains Negotiations."

Reaching Agreement     (details...)

The velocity of work, the diversity of ideas and people, and the rapid flow of information make it increasingly difficult to get groups to agree and commit to action. This course focuses on the dynamics of group agreement, and the importance of having everyone's commitment. It teaches seven techniques for making clear, high-quality decisions that have the buy-in and commitment of every group member.

Negotiating with Integrity     (details...)

Negotiating with integrity is defined as back-and-forth, straight-talk communication, based on trust and truth, to reach an agreement when some are shared and some are opposed. Participants in this program will enhance their negotiation skills in sales, contract administration, cross-functional transactions in the organization, with suppliers and with customers.

High-Performance Negotiation     (details...)

Believe it or not, we are all negotiators. You discuss pay increase with your boss, you try and reach an agreement on the price of a house with a seller, and you negotiate with your spouse on where to go on vacation. More and more people want participation in the decisions that affect them, and therefore, want all, most, or some of their interests met by the other parties involved. Everyone wants to win, but few people in their professional or personal lives are comfortable or skillful at negotiation. In this two-day program, participants will learn and practice skills in the art of “Mutual Gains Negotiations."