Negotiation skills seminar puts spotlight on mitigating risk and spotting dirty tricks

Academia, Education and Training, HR — By on May 20, 2015 at 5:02 PM

Attendees will be equipped with valuable insights on avoiding presumptions about cultural stereotypes, mitigating risk and steering clear of dirty tricks at a negotiation skills seminar on June 15 in London.

Hosted by intercultural training specialist, Farnham Castle the event which runs from 9.30am-5pm at the Goldsmith Centre, will focus on critical areas including the law, bribery, trading, communication in negotiation and expectations of trust with the aim of helping attendees to negotiate collaboratively.

The workshop is aimed at accomplished technical negotiators who are seeking to increase and align their intercultural awareness and sensitivity to the values of those they are doing business with – or multi- cultural competent executives looking to brush up on their negotiation skills.

Sheelagh Mahoney, Head of Intercultural Training at Farnham Castle, said: “Understanding other cultures and their values is critical to a successful outcome for both parties in any negotiation.

“The workshop will provide invaluable tools that will enable attendees and their companies to achieve more powerful outcomes during their future negotiations.”

“Jo”

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