Negotiating with confidence, inside or outside science

Aim:Participants will get practical techniques to build their sense of professional self-worth inside and outside science. They will identify key characteristics of building trust and methods for effective communication in different mediums, get methods for negotiation to be more effective and get better results at work.
Provider: Eric May (link)
For:All PRBB residents
Language:English
Contents:

Success inside and outside science is measured in results, but what are the specific strategies to get there? How can understanding key negotiation skills help participants face a challenge, achieve an aspiration, or help you get better results at work, perhaps beyond your own expectations?

The course will give participants tools to build their sense of self-worth, recognize their achievements more readily, understand what skills they can offer and get techniques to build trust both inside and outside science; participants will also get practical methods to identify characteristics of effective negotiating techniques and get key principles of negotiation to enhance results and professional achievement.

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Eric May, media consultant and Emmy Award winner, helps thousands of people worldwide express ideas more effectively to their audiences. After twenty years of corporate employment, in 1999 he established a worldwide private consulting practice. Eric has been working with the Intervals programme since 2008.

COMMENTS FROM PARTICIPANTS:
"It was beyond all my expectations really good training and trainer. Highly recommended for everyone" Edition 2016
"This course is very practical and makes it easy to remember the essential points of negotiation" Edition 2016





Dates: Place/time: Capacity: State:  
Next edition in 2018
Pending    

There are 2 editions of this course.
Participants should bring laptops.


For any questions or comments please email intervals@prbb.org.




Finished editions:

Edition 2: 14th June 2017
Edition 1: 13th June 2017
27th May 2016
26th May 2016