Become a black belt negotiator (Fully booked)
Start Date: 30 May 2017
Start Time: 6:00 PM
End Time: 9:00 PM
Duration: 3 hours
Venue: BCS London Office, 1st Floor, The Davidson Building, 5 Southampton Street , London, WC2E 7HA › View map
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Thanks to the latest neuroscience research, we know more about the human brain, and how we make decisions, than ever before - but most of us are still unaware of how to apply these new insights to negotiation.
In this session, we will explore the basics of Tom’s Black Belt Negotiator program. Breaking down his proven five-step process to understand how to apply neuroscience to your negotiation technique. Tom will explore where negotiations can go wrong and seeks to replace bad habits, uncertainty, and fear with effortless technique and confidence – helping you to never make unnecessary concessions again!
Based on neuroscience and expert research, this is a tried-and-tested path to revolutionise your ability to achieve a profitable outcome each and every time you make a deal… and build lasting relationships with your trading partners.
These are the same techniques that have empowered hundreds of employees across the globe to become masters in negotiation and companies such as Qatar Airways and HSBC have praised our methods and the results they have achieved.
Participants can expect to:
- Understand how the best negotiators get that all-important emotional buy-in
- Build confidence & presence to present your case with maximum impact
- Work out hidden interests and shift the balance of power in your favour - every time
- Spot the seven most common negotiators' tricks AND COUNTER them
- Stop getting beaten down on price and making unnecessary concessions
- Use win-win negotiation to achieve better relationships
This is a great introduction to Tom’s neuroscience based programmes, where you can learn more about the techniques that he offers to individuals and businesses.
- Refreshments provided
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