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Successful Negotiation Techniques and Strategies

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4 half days
9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

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$2,195
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Language

French

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Émilie Mazet
Émilie Mazet
Program Manager

Negotiating is something we encounter every day in our work and personal lives, whether we’re aware of it or not. It is an inescapable reality in today’s organizations, where managers are called upon to bargain with suppliers, customers, co-workers and employees at every turn. It is considered to be part and parcel of the decision-making process – a means of reaching an interdependent agreement with other another party.

This seminar will help you refine your negotiation skills, develop your ability to analyze and assess various negotiation situations and hone your bargaining talents. As a result, each of your negotiations will become an opportunity for creating and claiming value.

GOALS

  • Analyze the context, the components and the process of negotiation.
  • Pinpoint the factors that can make or break a deal.
  • Identify various styles of negotiators and the pros and cons of each.
  • Evaluate the determinants of strategic choices.
  • Address strategies and tactics of confrontation and collaboration.
  • Anticipate and avoid potential problems.

IS THIS FOR YOU?

  • Professionals
  • Managers

This program is for you if:

  • Your duties include negotiating and decision-making.

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Practical, proactive content and dynamic approach to negotiation, through a series of role-playing activities.
  • Instructor with a strong bargaining background.

Negotiation basics and prerequisites

  • Negotiation components
  • Negotiation prerequisites
  • Concept of interdependence
  • Process of creating and claiming value

Styles of negotiators and their effectiveness

  • Characteristics of a good negotiator

Negotiation: A creative, value-added process

  • Two key considerations in negotiating
  • Factors that shape strategic choices
  • Pitfalls to avoid

Negotiation strategies and tactics

  • Strategies and tactics associated with confrontation
  • Principles of collaboration-based negotiation

Negotiation process

TRAINING APPROACH

  • Active learning
  • Role-playing
  • Experience-based discussions
Kevin Hill

MSc (Management), PhD (Organizational Behavior)

Associate Professor, HEC Montréal

On-site

Successful Negotiation Techniques and Strategies

Negotiating is something we encounter every day in our work and personal lives, whether we’re aware of it or not. It is an inescapable reality in today’s organizations, where managers are called upon to bargain with suppliers, customers, co-workers and employees at every turn. It is considered to be part and parcel of the decision-making process – a means of reaching an interdependent agreement with other another party.

This seminar will help you refine your negotiation skills, develop your ability to analyze and assess various negotiation situations and hone your bargaining talents. As a result, each of your negotiations will become an opportunity for creating and claiming value.

Presentation Program Instructors

GOALS

  • Analyze the context, the components and the process of negotiation.
  • Pinpoint the factors that can make or break a deal.
  • Identify various styles of negotiators and the pros and cons of each.
  • Evaluate the determinants of strategic choices.
  • Address strategies and tactics of confrontation and collaboration.
  • Anticipate and avoid potential problems.

IS THIS FOR YOU?

  • Professionals
  • Managers

This program is for you if:

  • Your duties include negotiating and decision-making.

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Practical, proactive content and dynamic approach to negotiation, through a series of role-playing activities.
  • Instructor with a strong bargaining background.

Negotiation basics and prerequisites

  • Negotiation components
  • Negotiation prerequisites
  • Concept of interdependence
  • Process of creating and claiming value

Styles of negotiators and their effectiveness

  • Characteristics of a good negotiator

Negotiation: A creative, value-added process

  • Two key considerations in negotiating
  • Factors that shape strategic choices
  • Pitfalls to avoid

Negotiation strategies and tactics

  • Strategies and tactics associated with confrontation
  • Principles of collaboration-based negotiation

Negotiation process

TRAINING APPROACH

  • Active learning
  • Role-playing
  • Experience-based discussions
Kevin Hill

MSc (Management), PhD (Organizational Behavior)

Associate Professor, HEC Montréal

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