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A skilfully designed course which combines core theory with practical tips and exercises to improve your negotiation skills. We explore some of the main “Do’s and Don’t’s” in negotiations, along with some valuable tips and techniques for effective influencing and persuasion. We also explore some key communication skills with proven value in negotiations. There will also be the chance to be part of a real-time negotiation case, carefully facilitated and observed. This course gives you the chance to become a much more effective and confident negotiator. Delivered by a very experienced British communication and performance coach*, drawing on over 30 years experience in business law, theatre, broadcasting and management consulting.
The Course is led by SAUL CAMBRIDGE MA PgDip. Saul is a very experienced British coach, now based in Norway and a Partner at communications experts, Ergo Ego AS. He has a Masters in Law from Cambridge University, leading to a successful 10-year career as a corporate lawyer, where he became Partner and Head of Corporate in a major UK law firm. He then made a career switch, via The Bristol Old Vic Theatre School in England, into professional acting, mostly in theatre. His coaching career also started at this time and now covers most of his work. He also has a Postgraduate Diploma in Broadcast Journalism, leading to live on-air work with BBC Radio in England. It all adds up to over 30 years colourful experience, every element supporting his work as an expert communication and performance coach.
** This Course needs a minimum of 8 participants. If a postponement is necessary due to low numbers, we will of course offer you the next available Course.
15. november 08.30-16.30