NEGOTIATIONS & CONFLICT MANAGEMENT

MASTER THE BARGAINING TABLE

Our Negotiations & Conflict Management short course helps you master highly effective and dynamic negotiation strategies to apply in an array of business environments. You’ll feel more confident making tough decisions within the realm of bargaining, have the ability to close deals more effectively, and you’ll have enhanced your overall negotiation skill set to drive growth within your organization.
  • Course Length

    November 18-20, 2019 at Goizueta Business School
  • Typical Class Size

    For executives tasked with complex negotiations
  • Course Investment

    Breakfast and lunch included

HOW IT WORKS

This three-day short course tests and assesses your existing negotiation style using the renowned Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI ®) and develops new skills to utilize in any business environment. By the end of the course, you’ll feel confident in your influential abilities for bargaining and business settlements.

Course Takeaways

  • Test and Assess

    Evaluate your negotiation abilities using the Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI ®).
  • Increase Confidence

    Develop confidence in bargaining while lowering possibilities of potential conflict.
  • Create Value

    Define what value means within your organization’s complex ecosystem and uncover ways to create and capture more.

EXPAND YOUR INFLUENCE

Explore how to gain critical insight into negotiation strategies and conflict resolution, and how to elevate influence.

Create Value for All Parties

Learn how to drive stronger outcomes and business success with a strategic approach to decision-making.

FEATURED INSTRUCTOR

Building Confident Leaders

Peter Topping, Associate Professor in the Practice of Organization and Management focuses in Leadership, Leading Organizational Change, Leading High Performance Work Teams, Negotiations, Organizational Behavior, and Conflict Management. In the past, Peter has held several other visiting faculty appointments, including as a Visiting Professor at the Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico (ITAM), Mexico’s leading business school; as a Visiting Professor at EM Lyon, one of France’s major business schools, and as an Associated Faculty Member with the Nonprofit Studies Program in the Andrew Young School of Policy and International Studies at Georgia State University.

POWER UP YOUR CAREER

In our short courses, you will develop keen insight and build connections with leaders from around the country at Georgia’s only globally ranked Executive Education program

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