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Negotiation Skills Coursework

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    Negotiation Skills Coursework

    Although people often think of boardrooms, suits, and million dollar deals when they hear the word negotiation, the truth is that we negotiate all the time. Through this coursework participants will be able to understand the basic types of negotiations, the phases of negotiations, and the skills needed for successful negotiating.

    The Negotiation Skills coursework will give participants a sense of understanding their opponent and have the confidence to not settle for less than they feel is fair. Participants will learn that an atmosphere of respect is essential, as uneven negations could lead to problems in the future.

    Understanding Negotiation

    Before we get started, let’s take a look at two basic types of negotiation. We’ll consider the three phases of negotiation and the skills you need to become an effective negotiator.

     

    Types of Negotiations

    The two basic types of negotiations require different approaches.

    • Integrative negotiations are based on cooperation. Both parties believe they can walk away with something they want without giving up something important. The dominant approach in integrative negotiations is problem solving. Integrative negotiations involve:
    1. Multiple issues. This allows each party to make concessions on less important issues in return for concessions from the other party on more important issues.
    2. Information sharing. This is an essential part of problem solving.
    3. Bridge building. The success of integrative negotiations depends on a spirit of trust and cooperation.
    • Distributive negotiations involve a fixed pie. There is only so much to go around and each party wants as big a slice as possible. An example of a distributive negotiation is haggling over the price of a car with a car salesman. In this type of negotiation, the parties are less interested in forming a relationship or creating a positive impression. Distributive relationships involve:
    1. Keeping information confidential. For example, you don’t want a car salesman to know how badly you need a new car or how much you are willing to pay.
    2. Trying to extract information from the other party. In a negotiation, knowledge truly is power. The more you know about the other party’s situation, the stronger your bargaining position is.
    3. Letting the other party make the first offer. It might be just what you were planning to offer yourself!

     

    Coursework Objectives:

    • Understand the basic types of negotiations, the phases of negotiations, and the skills needed for successful negotiating
    • Understand and apply basic negotiating concepts: WATNA, BATNA, WAP, and ZOPA
    • Lay the groundwork for negotiation
    • Identify what information to share and what to keep to yourself
    • Understand basic bargaining techniques
    • Apply strategies for identifying mutual gain
    • Understand how to reach consensus and set the terms of agreement
    • Deal with personal attacks and other difficult issues
    • Use the negotiating process to solve everyday problems
    • Negotiate on behalf of someone else
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    • $ 490.00 $ 199.00
    • 28 Days
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    • Course Certificate

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