Skills are central to our lives. We negotiate most of the time, often without even realising that we are negotiating. From diplomats and politicians who formally negotiate matters of state and respond to global challenges to mothers and fathers who negotiate a time with their children to switch the bedroom lights off, the problems of negotiation and the tools and techniques to respond to these challenges are the same. It is just the context that changes and the scale of responses that differs. One constant is that conflicting objectives will be present. Otherwise, why are we negotiating?
- January 11, 2016
Total Learning Consortium - http://www.total-learning.org
Skills:Adaptability and FlexibilityBuilding TrustCommunication and Stakeholder ManagementConflict ResolutionCultural IntelligenceDesign-thinkingEmotional intelligenceEmpatheticGoal OrientedProblem-solving
We offer the opportunity to reflect on your negotiation experiences and future challenges, and then learn and practice a new way of thinking about influencing and persuading others to come to your way of thinking!