NEGOTIATION SKILLS TRAINING TO POWER YOUR BUSINESS

Beginner or seasoned strategic negotiator, our negotiation courses make you more skilled and confident, both inside and outside the negotiating room. Experience immersive and interactive negotiating skills training from experts in buying and selling. Share our knowledge of negotiation in areas such as ER, procurement, retail, marketing and sales. Develop practical skills that give you immediate negotiating edge and your business a commercial upper-hand. Choose a Scotwork negotiation course and be more successful.

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Whatever your starting point, this negotiation course will raise your game to a whole new skill level. Experience the cut and thrust of negotiation in live case-plays. Learn the critical dos and don'ts. Walk away with ready-to-use techniques and tools. Become a fearless negotiator from day one.

"I have now engaged Scotwork personally in three different organisations where I have worked and on each occasion with great success. Introducing Scotwork into your organisation is not just about attending a training course, it's about embracing a whole new culture, language and way of working into your business to improve the overall effectiveness of people who are regularly involved in negotiations and ultimately driving better deals and incremental business."

David Ashmore
Business Delevelopment Director - Tectura

Tutors Perspective

Annabel Shorter - Senior Consultant at Scotwork

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Sign up for a Scotwork open negotiation course and become a stronger deal-maker. Join our expert tutors and a mix of participants from diverse backgrounds. Get a taste of real-world negotiation in live, interactive workshops. Check out our next open negotiating course

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ANS 11/09/2017 14/09/2017 Belgrade

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