We negotiate with nearly everyone we come into contact with, whether in our work or our personal relationships. Some negotiations are relatively significant and some negotiations seem less important. Regardless, it is important to recognize and give proper weight to the content in which negotiation is taking place. Negotiation should always be a two-way transaction.
- Learn how to conduct a straightforward negotiation
- Understand the strategic components of negotiation
- Discover the basic stages of negotiation
- Learn to avoid the common mistakes
Who Should Attend?
One of the benefits of the Center for Women’s Leadership is that participants come from all industries and types of organizations (profit, non-profit, and governmental). This program is tailored to be beneficial for:
- Those with mid-level to senior-level decision making or project responsibilities
- Team leaders and individuals responsible for managing people or financial resources
- Individuals preparing for an expanded leadership role
- Those wishing to strengthen and develop their leadership capacities