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Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan

In a world of flat, lean organizations and new forms of global partnerships, effective negotiation strategies and skills are essential for individual success. ... [+]

Overview In a world of flat, lean organizations and new forms of global partnerships, effective negotiation strategies and skills are essential for individual success. From an organizational perspective, the negotiation process is a key element in value creation. In this program, you will actively examine negotiations with external parties and negotiations within organizations. Primary emphasis is on negotiation strategies that enable individuals to create value in a manner that enhances long-term relationships. The program will also address cultural differences affecting negotiating styles.

Who Should Attend Individuals from a wide range of organizations, industries, and functional backgrounds throughout Asia-Pacific are encouraged to attend. You will gain the greatest benefit from this program if you are a manager seeking to:Create value for your organization through the use of negotiation and dispute-resolution strategies and skills. Enhance your encounters with customers, employees, suppliers, partners, prospective partners, investors, or other stakeholders. ... [-]

USA Ann Arbor
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Part-time
3 days
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Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan

An executive education course that emphasizes all four situational negotiation strategies. ... [+]

* Increase your confidence to create value and resolve disputes * Boost your negotiating effectiveness with business partners, customers, employees, and other stakeholders * Build strong relationships through skillful dispute eesolution * Drive your organization's success through better negotiations '

Who Should Attend This program is recommended for senior and mid-level managers who seek to develop their skills and confidence in deal making, strategic influencing, and negotiation. Past participants have held positions such as general manager, president, vice president, and director, as well as managers of specific functional area such as Sales and Marketing, Operations, HR, Supply Chain and Strategic Planning.... [-]

USA Ann Arbor
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Part-time
3 days
Campus