Advance Negotiation Skills for Lawyers (1-day Course, Ankara) (ANSL)
|Event Date/Time: Apr 22, 2009||End Date/Time: Apr 24, 2009|
You Will Be Able To:
* Identify different negotiation styles
* Develop a strategy to create win-win situations
* Better persuade and influence colleagues, clients, and opponents
* Negotiate in a multi-cultural environment
* Act as a Negotiator in an effective and professional matter
* Mediate conflict among individuals
* Overview of different Negotiation Styles
* Dealing with Aggressive Negotiators
Preparing for Negotiations
* Identifying the Appropriate Strategy
* Zone of Possible Agreements (ZOPA)
* Best Alternative To a Negotiated Agreement (BATNA)
* Effective listening/speaking
* Body Language
* Presentation of Argument
Dealing with Difficult People
* Emotional Appeals
How do OECâ€™s courses differ from other courses?
OEC courses are designed to be practical and taught in a small group where close interaction between the trainer and the attendees are possible. Unlike many of our competitors, we prefer to have quality over quantity. The courses are held in a modern classroom or executive meeting room with the use of the latest technology for content delivery. Attendees are provided with useful course materials and are issued an OEC Certificate. Our company has, and is currently investing, in strengthening the recognition of the OEC brand name in the legal community. OEC is not only involved in training, but also consultancy activities where we provide expert opinions and represent clients in negotiations. We do what we teach, that is how we provide training and consultancy that really matters.
What backgrounds do the trainers have?
We hire only qualified and experienced trainers, with many of them being members or fellows of UK professional associations. Some trainers have held senior positions in the Sciences, Legal, Education, Finance, and Pharmaceutical sectors.
Does OEC offer any discounts for multiple attendees?
Yes, there is a 10% discount for 2 or more
attendees from the same law office or organisation.
What level of English should attendees have?
All courses are taught in English, so attendees should have at least an intermediate level of English.