Successful Negotiating for Savvy Women
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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
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|Section 1: Overview|
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.
|Section 2: Eight Viewpoints About Negotiating|
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.
|Section 3: Planning Your Strategy|
You’ll discover the answer to “How do I get started?” with a well known sports metaphor.
|Section 4: Nine Rules and Principles of Negotiation|
Rules and you – should you follow them, bend them, break them, or ignore them, and why?
|Section 5: Learning What You Need To Know|
This lecture answers the question “What process should I use to move forward when I see a negotiating opportunity?“
|Section 6: Three Critical Factors in Negotiation|
This lecture answers the questions “What three factors in negotiating are important” , and “How can Time be used for me, or against me?”
This lecture answers the questions “What is the basis of power” and “What are the nine sources of power?”
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.
|Section 7: Power Plays and Tactics|
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.
|Section 8: Monday Morning Quarterbacking|
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.
|Section 9: Top Ten Negotiating Mistakes to Avoid|
This lecture answers the question “How can I review the process easily?”, or “Is there a handy reminder about what’s important?”
|Section 10: Your Long Game|
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?
The Next Part is Your Part
Throughout my recent thirty+ years in real estate, I have focused on providing high quality consulting services to all parties in a real estate transaction, whether to a first time home buyer or to experienced investors. My specialty has been centered on international and shared ownership properties. In all areas I offer a wealth of corporate and small business experience and a practical no-nonsense approach, thereby providing multiple strategies to save time and money for all parties in a transaction.
My specialties include written and verbal communication, problem solving, negotiation finesse, thoroughness of preparation, integrity in approach, and problem solving experience coupled with cutting edge thinking.
That hasn't changed over the years. Early in my working years and while on the Research Faculty of the Ohio State University, I created thirteen highly acclaimed books and resource materials to facilitate police officer effectiveness nationally in elementary school classrooms; this "Officer Friendly" curriculum was funded by the Sears Roebuck Foundation. In addition, throughout my years as an entrepreneur and small business owner, I have fostered the empowerment of women through practical education and sound advice based on experience. I was a founding member of the Atlanta Women's Network, on the Board of Directors of Women Business Owners of Atlanta, and one of the three first women members of the Board of Directors of Sales and Marketing Executives of Atlanta.
A savvy woman skillfully negotiating has an enormous impact - it raises the bar for every real world transaction.