Background and concept
Communication is the fundamental basis for successful negotiations and optimal negotiation results. However, negotiations are characterized by the nature of the negotiating partners, by different motives, preferences and strategies, and it is not uncommon for misunderstandings or lack of understanding to arise for the negotiating partner. Intensive information gathering therefore represents a critical success factor in both face-to-face and digital negotiations, which can be promoted with the help of specific communication tools. In digital negotiations in particular, it becomes more difficult to exchange information and to recognize the reactions of the other side. The lack of a shadow negotiation level does not allow for intuitive learning and structuring of information, but rather creates further uncertainties and information asymmetries.
In our interactive training, you will learn how you can best communicate in your negotiations and which basic communication theories and models can provide you with valuable support. Using the NAP methodology, you will learn how to interpret the various communication signals of your counterpart more easily, how to better adapt to your negotiation and discussion partner, and how to conduct your negotiations verbally and non-verbally with confidence.
“What is part of good invitation management and how can you allocate your own roles for the negotiation?”
“How much small talk should be made and how can I best assess my negotiating partner?”
“How should preferences, offers, and concessions be formulated?”
“How can the right signals be sent and misunderstandings avoided?”
“How should an evaluation of the negotiation situation be conducted and what next steps should be taken?”
The 1-day seminar is limited to 12 participants. As the number of participants is limited, registrations will be considered according to their receipt.
The cost of participation per participant is 620,- Euro.