Successful Negotiating for Savvy Women
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Successful Negotiating for Savvy Women

Expert Tools + Practical Knowledge = Success
5.0 (2 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
37 students enrolled
Created by Marge Coffing
Last updated 8/2013
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This course includes
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 1 article
  • 34 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • •tThe first goal of this course is to give you the tools to become a better negotiator, whatever your current skill level. How do you become more skillful in negotiating on purpose, or "by design"? Initially you need to become aware of all the major components in negotiating, and which others are using right now in dealing with you. By the end of the course, you will have all the tools needed to understand the negotiating process. The second goal of the course moves from your awareness to your skill improvement - but skill in negotiating is not “once and done”. Success in negotiating is an ongoing process, so that as you continually apply the tools you will become increasing skillful and effective. Prepare yourself to apply the negotiating words, phrases and situations needed to be a better consumer, have the skills when you need them, make deals happen, be more successful, all of which leads to your having more fun! When you apply the knowledge learned, share the process with a friend, share with the Facebook group and get feedback, and then continually practice to improve your game, you will become a competent and confident negotiator.
Requirements
  • •tThis negotiating course includes a PowerPoint presentation plus separate audio, text, and graphic files. While the course is presented as lectures, it’s very important to increase skills through practice by actual role-playing. If you have a friend taking the course at the same time, you will both benefit from role-playing with each other and discussing the outcomes. In addition, a knowledgeable third party observer can be quite helpful in giving feedback about the level of skills used.
Description

This course is about helping you become a more successful negotiator, in business and in life.

- 8 different lectures distilled from decades of experience

- Designed to help you step by step, starting with the basics and moving through advanced strategies

- 8 different viewpoints on negotiating

- How to plan your strategy

- Important negotiating rules

- How to develop your game-plan

- 3 critical factors in negotiating

- Important power plays

- Assessing your strengths

- Important negotiating mistakes to avoid

- Over 2 hours of thought provoking and stimulating information

Who this course is for:
  • While primarily designed for entrepreneurs and small business owners, this course will benefit anyone who on a regular basis is conducting transactions in the marketplace and wants to improve negotiation skills, including adults of any age.
Course content
Expand all 13 lectures 52:07
+ Overview
1 lecture 01:13

Welcome to the course! This short introduction answers the questions “Why was the course written?” and “What does it contain?” The twelve lectures vary in length, and supplementary material is included with each of the lectures. Please see the “MindMap” which displays visually the content of each course section. Marge gives credit to her great negotiation instructors over the years in a Wordle graphic included in this introduction.

Preview 01:13
+ Eight Viewpoints About Negotiating
1 lecture 06:00

This lecture answers the questions “What is Negotiating?” and “How should I think about it?” You’ll discover multiple viewpoints of the negotiating process with differing styles used. Find your personal style to start improving your skills.

Preview 06:00
+ Planning Your Strategy
1 lecture 01:42

You’ll discover the answer to “How do I get started?” with a well known sports metaphor. 

Preview 01:42
+ Nine Rules and Principles of Negotiation
1 lecture 04:29

Rules and you – should you follow them, bend them, break them, or ignore them, and why?

Preview 04:29
+ Learning What You Need To Know
1 lecture 09:36
This lecture answers the question “What process should I use to move forward when I see a negotiating opportunity?“ 
Learning What You Need To Know
09:36
+ Three Critical Factors in Negotiation
3 lectures 15:29

This lecture answers the questions “What three factors in negotiating are important” , and “How can Time be used for me, or against me?”  

The Factor of Time
03:02

This lecture answers the questions “What is the basis of power” and “What are the nine sources of power?” 

The Factor of Power
05:51

This lecture answers the questions, “What kind of information is important?”  and “How do I get the information I need?” Learn seven powerful ways to get Wisdom. 

The Factor of Information
06:36
+ Power Plays and Tactics
1 lecture 08:58

This lecture answers the question “What are some examples of active negotiating using a persona?” Learn twelve types of Power Plays used around the world. 

Power Plays and Tactics
08:58
+ Monday Morning Quarterbacking
1 lecture 01:43

This lecture answers the question “Now what?”  Is the short part the hard part? No, it’s the best part….you’ve come a long way. 

Monday Morning Quarterbacking
01:43
+ Top Ten Negotiating Mistakes to Avoid
1 lecture 00:59

This lecture answers the question “How can I review the process easily?”, or “Is there a handy reminder about what’s important?” 

Top Ten Negotiating Mistakes to Avoid
00:59
+ Your Long Game
2 lectures 01:58

Bonuses are always good. Can you add to the collection? Do you have some stories to tell, or examples of negotiating to share with others? 

Bonus
00:46

The Next Part is Your Part

Concluding Lecture with Invitation - The Next Part is Your Part
01:12