How to Become a Better Negotiator Today Instant Training – HarperCollins Leadership Essentials

FREE NEGOTIATION TRAINING...Find the Sweet Spot!

7 Hacks to Become a Better Negotiator Today

In a 20-minute FREE instant training with psychologist and Kellogg School of Management professor Leigh Thompson, learn seven insider negotiation tools to build consensus with your team, your boss, and your co-workers through any conflict.

What You'll Learn

The negotiation lies you’ve believed that are holding you back (lose the Poker Face)


How to negotiate across any medium - video, phone, text message, and email


A 4-part process for starting a productive virtual negotiation

Signs of a true win-win solution, and how to find the sweet spot


What the best negotiators do when faced with distrust and denial


3 methods for agreeing when time and transparency aren’t on your side

Who is this training for?

Employees

If you're unhappy with your role but love your company, this webinar will help you ask for opportunities to grow

Managers

Leaders on a mission to create the highest functioning and highest performing team within their company

Business Owners

Individuals responsible for achieving growth through forming partnerships and gaining clients

About the Host

Leigh Thompson

Leigh Thompson is a professor in the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. Her research focuses on negotiation behavior and performance, creativity, and analogical reasoning. She has published more than 134 research articles and chapters in edited books, and has authored 10 books, including Negotiating the Sweet Spot with HarperCollins Leadership.

Improve Your Position, Make Your Case

Start using these 7 tried and true negotiation hacks to advance your career immediately.

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