Negotiation Skills

Negotiation Skills

During the recession, UK turnover could have increased by £90 billion with more effective negotiations

This course will enable you to engage in successful negotiation meetings - which means meetings that lead to a positive outcome for everyone involved. Throughout the course you’ll be able to explore, understand and demonstrate skills and behaviours that bring about collaborative working. 

Specific areas of focus include:

  • Identifying and implementing the key factors that aid a productive negotiation
  • Developing the positive behaviours that engender a 'one team' attitude for when you are working on collaborative projects
  • Effectively managing different types of behaviour in order to achieve a positive outcome
  • Putting guidance around collaborative working into practice, building confidence and consolidating the skills acquired

Get in touch to find out about scheduling this or a similar course for your team. Or, check our Upcoming Events to find out which dates you can sign up as an individual.

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