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Win Negotiations

‘Be aggressive, don’t show your weakness, and make sure you get everything you want and then some!’ Does this sound like the type of advice you might have been given once upon a time when it came to negotiations? Put simply, people have changed and business has changed. Negotiations are more likely to be successful when the ‘win–win’ is more important than the ‘win–lose’.

What leaders will explore

  • Short-term gratification or long-term gain?
  • ‘Win–win’ and mutual beneficial outcomes
  • Understanding exactly who you’re talking to
  • Preparing for the negotiation
  • Voice, body language and proximity

What leaders will apply

  • Negotiation skills that favour long-term gain
  • Skills to flex (without being pushed around)
  • An empathy framework for perspective-taking
  • Preparation and ‘energy-setting’ strategies
  • An awareness of appropriate demeanour

Thinka provided us with valuable insights and content that really hit the mark with our leadership group. The turnaround time between initial discussions, to bringing the session to life was exceptional and the outcome was great!

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Workshop Outline

Delivery Options

In Person Workshop

Virtual Workshop

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Key Outcomes

1. Leaders who can approach negotiations with a ‘win-win’ lens.

2. Leaders who are empathetic and can see the other party’s perspective.

3. Leaders who can display the etiquette for healthy negotiations.

4. Leaders who know how to prepare carefully and manage their energy.

5. Leaders who can regulate their emotions and stay focused on outcomes.

Target Audience

Leaders

Learning Approach

Experiential and application based learning

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