In response to COVID-19, this Executive Education course has been developed according to our emergency teaching protocol framework which includes a blend of synchronous (online face to face) and asynchronous (in your own time) teaching methods.
The three-day UCT GSB Negotiation Skills for Managers is designed to equip participants with the skills and confidence to successfully master complex negotiations. The course comprises of contemporary negotiation theory based on extensive research; role-plays that are to provide participants with ample opportunities to practice well-proven negotiation skills.
8 - 10 September 2021
8 August 2021
Research highlights that less than five percent of negotiators reach win-win deals, while outright lose-lose statistics are as high as 20 percent. Poor negotiation skills can negatively impact your long-term success. Learning the art of successful negotiation is a critical skill - the Negotiation Skills for Managers short course at the UCT GSB will give you the fundamentals to be able to negotiate with confidence.
The UCT GSB is a globally-ranked business school with a world-class reputation and is one of less than 100 business schools in the world to be triple-crown accredited.
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Business owners, managers, customer relations specialists, markets, salesmen, lawyers, accountants, community leaders, NGO operatives and public servants will greatly benefit from this course. Evidence of the impact that this course has had is regularly provided by those who have attended from the different countries like Belgium, Russia, China, Cambridge, Ireland, Romania and South Africa.
Participants on the Negotiation Skills for Managers course will:
Prof David Venter practised psychology for 15 years before serving in the South African government as the Director-General responsible for communication during the transition from apartheid to democracy. In his latter role he was greatly privileged to spend 10 years working very closely with Nelson Mandela, and later with Thabo Mbeki when President Mandela left office.
On leaving the public service in 1996, he successfully assisted in establishing three negotiation training and consulting companies before joining the faculty of the Vlerick Business School in Belgium where he was awarded numerous Best Teacher awards during his tenure of more than eight years. In addition to Belgium, he has or is still teaching in St Petersburg in Russia, at Peking University in China, the Judge Business School at Cambridge, Trinity College in Ireland, MCC in Hungary and Romania, and the South African universities of Cape Town and Stellenbosch. In addition to teaching, he also regularly consults to a wide array of national and multi-national companies.
The Negotiation Skills for Managers course can be customised to suit your organisation’s learning and development needs and can be delivered anywhere in the world, wherever it is convenient.