Negotiation Skills

The art of successful negotiation is the careful exploration of opposing positions with the goal of achieving a positive outcome. Through a series of case studies, role-plays and self-reflection, this live online course will provide you with a greater understanding of what it takes to engage in principled negotiations and get the outcome both you and the other parties desire.

1 day course
What you will learn:
  • Be able to define what a negotiation is
  • Learn what skills will help make you an effective negotiator
  • Be able to know what makes a good agreement for you, your organisation and the other party
  • Understand and know how to use Principled negotiation skills
  • Know and understand what you want from each negotiation and what will cause you to walk away from it
What you'll get:
Courseware and Handouts
Live Recorded Session copy
Capped class sizes
Post Course Support
The course is ideal for:

All team members looking to improve their personal negotiation competency and raise their confidence in dealing with a range of workplace negotiation situations.

Course Prerequisites:

A working computer with a microphone and speaker installed.  No software needs to be installed before training session however, we require an up-to-date web browser. For the best experience we recommend downloading the latest Google Chrome browser.


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Topics covered in this training course:

Many people assume influencing or persuading people to purchase something is always a negotiation, but there must be certain conditions and elements involved for a negotiation to occur.

Learn the tips that all effective negotiators implement to be successful.

Learn the three major skills required to be effective in a negotiation.

Know and understand that there are different strategies to use depending on how important the relationship versus the issue are to you.

Positional bargaining involves making demands, but collaboration based on the interests of both parties is what makes a good agreement.

Understand the four basic elements of Principled negotiation and how to make them work in your negotiation.

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