Detailed Programme

The programme ‘Negotiating to Create Value’ has 5 modules. These modules consist of:

Module 1: Claiming your share

  • What do I want to get out of the negotiation?
  • Formulating your best alternative.

Module 2: Unlocking underlying interests

  • What are the differences between positions and interests?
  • Asking the right questions.

Module 3: Thinking out-of-the-box

  • How to create value for both parties?
  • The power of emotions. 

Module 4: How to shape negotiations strategy

  • What are 3D negotiations
  • How to handle multi-party negotiations.

Module 5: Your personal negotiation style

  • What are my strengths?
  • How to tackle your weak spots.

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