Negotiations can be tough, but they can also be necessary and highly effective in the workplace.
Whether you need to reach an agreement, bargain, or influence others, this short course will develop your negotiation skills so you’re able to communicate confidently.
This online course from Skillsoft will teach you everything you need to know to plan for a negotiation, create an effective proposal, and diagnose barriers.
The whole course can be completed in just five hours, so there's no better way to quickly sharpen your negotiation skills.
The Negotiation Essentials short course is made up of the following five units:
Use this course to strengthen your career in any business-related industry.
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Being able to negotiate successfully requires an understanding of some of the basic concepts of negotiation. This unit defines negotiation and describes actions that can help you negotiate effectively, while also covering styles of negotiating commonly encountered in business.
Proper planning is the key to success at any negotiation table. You’ll learn the key considerations including preparing for compromises, having alternatives to a negotiated agreement, and knowing your 'walk away' point.