Negotiating and Consensus-Building

Become a successful negotiator

2-Day Program
Barry Cross - Queen's Creative Innovation in a Lean Environment Program

About the Program

This 2-day Program provides a variety of practical strategies to become a successful negotiator in any context. From negotiating with customers, strategic partners and suppliers to building internal consensus around a vision or strategy, negotiating skills are a required core competency for any successful manager or executive. In the program, you will have the opportunity to practice what you have learned, in a safe and supportive environment.

The Program will enable you to

  • Change confrontation into problem-solving and discuss creative options that maximize the interests of all parties
  • Build collaborative relationships
  • Develop the ability to recognize and deal with different styles of thinking, decision-making, conflict management, and emotional behaviour

Who should attend

Managers and executives in general management or any functional area.

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Upcoming Sessions

    • Apr 29 to Apr 30, 2015
    • Oct 28 to Oct 29, 2015

    Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    Suite 3020 Simcoe Place
    200 Front St. West  View map

Fees

$1,950 CAD (plus applicable taxes)

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Organizational benefits

  • Build more constructive relationships with customers
    and suppliers
  • Improve your organization’s ability to negotiate successfully
  • Develop a more collaborative approach to business
  • Create a win-win mentality within your organization

Personal benefits

  • Learn to negotiate in a non-adversarial way
  • Create better working relationships with customers, suppliers, colleagues and staff
  • Improve your negotiating effectiveness
  • Learn to deal with different styles of negotiation

Program content

The Program includes these main themes:

  • Day 1

    • Introduction to the negotiation process
    • Negotiation Simulation 1 (followed by debrief and discussion)
    • Positional (Distributive) negotiation
    • Framing in negotiation
    • Negotiation simulation 2 (followed by debrief and discussion)
    • Interest-based/Principle-based Negotiation
    • Negotiation styles
  • Day 2

    • Negotiation Simulation 3 (followed by debrief and discussion)
    • Bridging the gap by creating value and honouring interests
    • The gender factor
    • Cross-cultural negotiation
    • Negotiation Simulation 4 (followed by debrief and discussion)
    • Ethics
    • Dealing with difficult negotiators and power differentials

Session Leaders

Session leaders include senior professors from Queen's School of Business and knowledgeable experts from industry. These outstanding teachers are constantly in touch with today's business world through real-world business experience, Board memberships and their own consulting practices.

  • ShaiDubey

    Mr. Shai Dubey - Business Law, Negotiations & New Venture Management, Queen's School of Business

    Shai Dubey is Director of the Queen’s MBA and Master of International Business programs.  As a member of the Queen’s School of Business faculty, he teaches Business Law in several of the School’s programs. He is also a corporate commercial lawyer and has practiced law at several major law firms in Toronto. He has been retained by many organizations to provide advice on corporate governance issues, and has extensive experience in negotiating major business transactions.

  • RickJackson

    Mr. Rick Jackson - Negotiations and Conflict Management, Queen's School of Business

    Rick Jackson has taught at the School of Business for 38 years and has been the recipient of both the Queen’s Alumni Award for Excellence in Teaching and the Frank Knox Teaching Award.  He teaches extensively in Queen’s MBA Programs and in executive education, both on behalf of Queen’s and private clients.  Professor Jackson has served as an arbitrator under the Ontario Labour Relations Act and Police Services Act, as well as under the Canada Labour Code and has been a Vice Chair of the Ontario Public Service Grievance Settlement Board since 1998.  He also acts as an arbitrator and mediator in business disputes. He is a frequent guest speaker on labour relations, arbitration issues, and dispute resolution.