Together, we'll explore research-backed practices on how to negotiate with internal and external stakeholders. We’ll cover the building blocks of rapport and specific tactics to negotiate more effectively. You will leave this series feeling justifiably confident and prepared to handle difficult internal and external negotiations.
Oh, so many reasons! But don't take our word for it. Explore what you'll be capable of at the end of the program if you give it your all, of course.
Pick up strategies for emotion regulation, use a framework for establishing a bargaining range, and employ strategic thinking in your negotiations.
Practice how to quickly establish trust and demonstrate you are invested in mutual success.
Identify the difference between positions and interests, and craft offers that satisfy all parties involved.
Share simple steps to ratify agreements with negotiation partners, and continue improving your negotiations over time.
Our facilitators are not only very experienced in the topics they're teaching, but also extremely cool. This program's facilitators are not exception.
Roi is the founder and CEO of NextArrow, where he helps leaders and teams from innovative orgs develop courage to achieve excellence. His award-winning articles have been published by the Harvard Business Review, Time, Fast Company, Charter, Training Industry, Culture Amp, The Daily Beast, and many other publications. Roi previously taught courses and seminars on negotiation and conflict management at Columbia University, Princeton University, and John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
While new information will definitely be useful, the most powerful learning will come from making sense of it for your context, actually applying it, and receiving feedback from facilitators & peers.
Not all experiences are for everyone. Your previous background and current context are extremely important for the success of your learning adventure, so make sure you're ready for it.
You are an L&D, HR Pro, or organizational leader negotiating with management, learners, or vendors.
We welcome everyone who is ready to collaborate and improve their negotiation skills.
Those seeking a purely theoretical or academic approach without practical application.
Those who expect this to be a lecture series 🙂
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