White paper: 10 truths about negotiating

  • Professor Barney Jordaan is a South African negotiation, mediation, dispute and conflict resolution specialist. He has worked with many global organisations - and teaches negotiation skills and conflict resolution at Vlerick. More info
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Negotiating to create value

   
Do you want to strengthen your position at the negotiation table? Then consider our 5-day programme ‘Negotiating to Create Value’ and no longer leave the negotiation table feeling somehow disappointed.

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