Negotiation Skills: Deal or Deadlock
April 24, 2020 - April 25, 2020
Friday - Saturday
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Early Eagle Rate:
April 10, 2020
The business environment where we operate and live in consists of an endless series of transactions. It is therefore necessary to have the skills, abilities, and attitudes to convince people to buy or accept our products and services. One of the skills needed is the art and science of negotiation. But what is negotiation?
United Kingdom's University of Kent says on its website that persuading involves being able to convince others to take appropriate action while negotiating involves being able to discuss and reach a mutually satisfactory agreement. Harvard Law School, on the other hand, defines it as the process of discussion between two or more disputants, who seek to find a solution to a common problem, one that meets their needs and interests acceptably.
Negotiation Skills: Deal or Deadlock will share with you an insight on what negotiation is all about. It will also include tips, strategies, challenges and pitfalls in negotiating.
Who should attend
This course is designed for people involved in making deals and doing transactions which involve a lot of influencing and persuasion. This course will be more appreciated by senior sales personnel (key account managers/team leaders, supervisors, business managers, and executives) and even non-sales personnel, who have to deal with other persons, groups, or institutions and come up with resolutions .
After the course, you will:
- Get a clear and basic understanding of what negotiation is: Why and when to negotiate;
- Learn and try to master the negotiation model process and implement it effectively by developing a negotiation plan;
- Learn to watch out for ploys and tactics of negotiators and how to counter them; and
- Build negotiation skills through practice and develop the core skills of an effective negotiator.
- Negotiation Skills
- Concepts and principles: What-why-how
- Types of negotiations
- Negotiation model: preparing negotiating reviewing
- Do’s and don’ts in negotiations
- Ploy and counter-techniques
- Buyer styles: Know the enemy
- Core skills of an effective negotiator
- Negotiation Skills Self-Assessment Questionnaire
- Workshop: Developing your negotiation plan
- Role Play: Pair and group
Mr. Rogerick P. Fermin
has a successful general management experience across several industries, with solid track record of growing revenues and profitability of businesses in start-up and expansion mode. Currently, he is the Senior Vice President for Business Development and Central Sales at Metropac Movers, Inc.
Prior to this, he was the General Manager of Concept Foods Marketing Corp and Sales Director of Turris Phils Inc. and Leysam Commercial, Inc; Business Development Management and Consultant of Starigrad Inc.; President and Head of the Office of the Chairman of My Solid Technologies and Devices Corp.; President of My|Phone; Country General Manager for Brightstar Logistics Philippines Pte., Ltd.; and Department Manager of the Food Products Division at Diethelm Keller Siber-Hegner (Thailand) Consumer Goods;
Mr. Fermin has a Bachelors degree in Economics from the Ateneo de Manila University.
Mr. Ronald Zialcita
has an extensive experience in sales and distribution in the consumer goods industry. His core competencies are in general sales management, sales training and development, and operations management of distributors. He is a consultant in sales training and development with companies in the home and personal care, automotive consumables, adhesives, agri-feeds, and apparel industries.
His career includes being assigned as Sales Training Manager in Indonesia and Thailand. He also worked for different organizations, such as: Universal Robina Corporation, Sampoerna International, Sara Lee Philippines, Wella Philippines, and Unisell Corporation.
Mr. Zialcita earned his Bachelors degree in Business Administration from Adamson University.