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Next Cohort: Sep 20-Oct 23
Sep 20-Oct 23
If you’re in business or a professional in any field, you need good negotiation skills to drive your agenda with peers, customers, senior management and stakeholders. If you’re a manager, emerging leader or anyone seeking greater success, this interactive course will teach you how to make offers, counter-offers and agreements to achieve more win-wins. Gain the insight, skill and experience you need to uncover the real interests of the other party, and practical tools and techniques to create more value with less conflict during any negotiation process.
What You’ll Learn
- Understand the negotiation process.
- Plan and prepare for negotiation.
- Define your objectives and priorities clearly.
- Uncover the real interests of the other party.
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Next Cohort: Sep 20-Oct 23
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Lectures are very focused on providing the content that will help pass the PMP certification. Great tips and short cuts which will be extremely helpful when writing the PMP exam. The focus of the course is always front and center. Every class focused o...
Lectures are very focused on providing the content that will help pass the PMP certification. Great tips and short cuts which will be extremely helpful when writing the PMP exam. The focus of the course is always front and center. Every class focused on the PMP exam and what to consider when writing it. Very helpful.
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