As an HR professional this one question will provide critical insight as to the importance of your upcoming training event.
For better or worse each individual’s definition will take you directly to their mindset as a professional negotiator.
Here are some of the words and phrases you might receive:
Day 1 Review
Logs — Debriefing What We Know and What We Don’t Know
Expanding the Decision Making Process
Checklists — How to Build Valid Agendas
Execution — What to Say and How to Say It
Application — Your Teams Real Checklists and Logs
Methods for Implementation and Coaching Support
“Give and take”
“Meet in the middle”
“Make the pie bigger”
The Camp Negotiation Institute Training and Coaching Workshop provides a conducive environment for your team to learn fundamental activities and behavioral principles. Like any true and valid system, when aligned these negotiation principles will always defeat the theoretical and trendy tactics built on false pretenses and manipulations of power and leverage being deployed by your counterparts.
Put simply, our workshop teaches people how not to compromise, how not to negotiate from a position of disadvantage, and how not to leave money on the table. We teach you how to build stronger, longer lasting agreements while securing greater margin.
“Mutually beneficial agreement”
“Getting our interests while giving up as little as possible”
Now ask yourself…“If we’re truly operating as a team, why so many different answers?” “What risk are we taking by having disjointed mindsets?”
For a brief mental exercise imagine issuing a one question survey to your teams of negotiators. Think about the personnel from sales and marketing, supply chain management, mergers and acquisitions, legal, or even the executive leadership team in the
For most of us this list appears to be common. However, the unfortunate reality is that none of these are REQUIRED in order for a negotiation to take place. In fact, if the individuals on your teams have these mindsets, you’re guaranteed to be leaving precious points at the table.
Think about this… What happens when your people show up with a prepared mindset to compromise? Even more concerning, what happens when they sit down against a contentious team of professional manipulators, or predators as we like to call them?
These manipulators are specifically trained to take advantage of compromise-based mindsets. Not only are these predators expecting it, they are literally counting on it.
So the question becomes… How many points will your group needlessly forfeit? 5%, 10%, 20%, in some cases more?
Of course we don’t know the answer, but there is a solution and a way to reverse this negative trend. Just imagine if we captured a conservative number between 2%-5% across the board. What would that look like to your bottom line? How might that change reflect on your critical role in HR?
Challenges and Objectives
The Six Characteristics of the Professional Negotiator
Flawed Mindsets and Compromise
Negotiation — What Is It?
Advances in Neuroscience — How Vision Drives Decision
Behaviors — Fuels to the System
Unlike the majority of our respected competition, our 30-year-old method of training and coaching has evolved alongside the breakthroughs in modern day neuroscience. Not only do we understand how corporate cultures adopt self-inflicted negotiation challenges, but we also know the theory and conditioning which is directly responsible.
Until now the status quo in negotiation training has tried to control and influence the fear and anxiety inherent in deal making. They have done this by developing and teaching tactical gamesmanship built on assumption and compromise. Both of which are absolutely not required and certainly not best practices.
What your individuals gain from our approach…..
Identify detrimental habits impeding their maximum level of success
Acknowledge that challenges exist in a safe environment
Build an effective plan for solving them
Become empowered to execute
What your teams gain from our approach
Unity: A common process for preparing, executing and debriefing with shared definitions and understanding throughout the life of the entire business relationship
Structured Communication: An organized delivery system for internal collaboration with feedback and coaching
Focus: The ability to concentrate on what they can actually manage rather than blindly chasing results
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