Fundamental Negotiation Skills (online workshop)
Negotiations are ubiquitous. People negotiate in their jobs, in politics, in the sports sector, in economy and at international diplomatic tables. You might personally negotiate your first salary soon. And if you are not one of the (un-)lucky ones that have the honor to negotiate their salary, you will likely negotiate about the price for a car, on a flea market, about a mobile phone contract or together with your partner on how to spend your free time together.
Irrespective of the specific content of a negotiation, this online workshop will teach you fundamental strategies and skills for success at the bargaining table. In several hands-on and applied negotiation tasks, you will have the opportunity to try out new techniques and to extend your personal negotiation skill set.
The topics that will be covered include:
- Preparation of a negotiation
- The first offer: When and how to start?
- Strategies: Which concessions do I make; how do I react toward my opponent?
- Nonverbal aspects and how they influence your and your counterpart's thinking and decisions
- Deal-making: How to increase your shared pie and how to claim the largest slice.
This workshop is offered by GradUS in collaboration with the STIBET programme of the International Office (funded by the DAAD).
Information on the Event
Date: Monday, 6th December 2021
Time: 10.00-17.00 hrs.
Venue: online workshop at your own computer/laptop
Fee: 70 € (minus GradUS credit of 50 €, see below)
Number of participants: max. 12 participants
Prof. Dr. David Loschelder, Business Psychology and Experimental Methods at Leuphana University Lüneburg, certified behavioral trainer, research / teaching on negotiations and conflict management, trainer for seminars and workshops on negotiations for students at the Universities of Zürich, Basel, Bern, Trier, and Saarbrücken as well as for professionals (e.g., UEFA, MAN).