Three-day intensive seminar with the goal of getting to know the techniques, strategies and tactics of successful negotiations and apply them in business life. Ideal for managers who want to improve their negotiation and reasoning skills and enhance their powers of persuasion.
A leader constantly faces situations in which he needs to represent his own position and to achieve the best results for his business, his project, his strategy or his team. In this context, interdisciplinary negotiation, communication and reasoning skills are of decisive importance. Conversation, argumentation and negotiation skills is the ability to convincingly act and to meet the negotiation or dialogue partners - be they superiors, colleagues, customers or external stakeholders such as suppliers, politicians or investors - with a sophisticated negotiation technique in order to achieve the desired goals. The challenge is always to reach a constructive agreement and to lead the negotiation in such a way that a sustainable win-win strategy for all parties involved is generated.
In this intensive seminar, participants acquire successful negotiation techniques to better understand and lead negotiations in every situation. In addition, you will learn how to analyze negotiation partners and their motives thoroughly, interpret group processes and how to keep a cool head in difficult situations. The knowledge transfer in the seminar is supported by the integration of real-life examples and the application of practical cases.
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Nr. E-33219 beginnend am 21.10.19
|Seminar||21.10.2019 - 23.10.2019||Brunnen, CH|
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Nr. E-33220 beginnend am 19.10.20
|Seminar||19.10.2020 - 21.10.2020||Brunnen, CH|
I really enjoyed this seminar. It has provided excellent insights and tools.
Very professional, down to the point and engaging.
Perfect combination of theory and practical experience!
Great knowhow how to put knowledge into practice. Small group was excellent.