This one-day course aims to develop a strategic mindset of negotiation and is highly practical rather than theoretical. It is built around real case studies drawn from real examples in 10 countries from around the world. It focuses on the 'how and why a particular negotiation succeeded, or failed.'
This course covers a range of practical skills in negotiations:
- Adding value – how to explore and capitalize on value
- Negative value – how to recognize and avoid negative value
- Managing expectations – how to choose your area of negotiation
- Preparing – how to find out what you don't know
- Setting goals – how to set goals and limits
- Developing power – how to think and plan ahead
- Controlling timing – how to use "time-outs" to enhance negotiation
- Closing a deal – how to use a simple approach
- Walking away – how to recognize when to walk away
Role-play forms an integral part of the course, starting with simple cases and moving on to more challenging situations as the course progresses.
This course covers the following sessions and topics:
Morning -- Lessons from the Real World
- Simple negotiation role-play
- Understanding when a negotiation is merely haggling
- Exploring value
- More simple negotiation role-play
- Developing value and avoiding negative value
- Role-play in developing value
Afternoon -- Developing Skills
- Preparation is power – finding out what you don't know
- Setting goals and limits
- Role-play in managing expectations
- Using "time-outs" and walking away
- Role play in understanding the other party
- Six key skills of negotiators
- Final role-play challenge
1.Overall approach – develops each participant’s knowledge and skills, and aims to refocus their mindset in achieving their objectives
2.Example analysis – Participants will analyze, under the guidance of the trainer, both good and bad examples of negotiations to discover and understand certain principles and skills.
3.Learning Points – Participants will learn a set of well-summarized negotiation tips and skills.
4.Role-plays – Participants will apply the principles they have learned to role-play cases.
Experienced business developers, sales professionals and project managers.
Special Registration Information:
You must register in advance. Walk-ins will not be accepted. Attendees need to pay by Nov 8, 2016. Limited spots are available and attendance is given on a first-come, first-served basis.
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