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The Remote Negotiator

Prior to February 2020 the chances are you had hardly ever conducted a negotiation by video call, if at all. And probably since March 2020 you have not conducted many negotiations in the same room as the other party, if any.

That’s what you call a pivot.

Whilst you have become very familiar with Zoom, Teams and the others, have you been falling into some of the pitfalls when it comes to negotiating remotely? Don’t forget this includes phone and email also.

We have launched our Remote Negotiator Program this year and it has gone down a storm, as they say. It doesn’t just cover how to negotiate remotely, but all other aspects of negotiation skills, from Principles to Power and Tactics amongst other areas.

It is modular, with each module being relatively short and highly engaging. We will challenge your preconceptions, and you will see your negotiations in a whole new light.

We have been delivering it to our clients for some months now, and we now have the demand to start delivering Open versions of this Program. They will start in the New Year. If you would like to find out more, then let us know and we can reserve you a place.

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Dan Hughes

He has specialised in negotiation consulting since 2005, and set up his own business in 2012 bringing this expertise to businesses small and large in all parts of the world. This company - bridge][ability ltd - runs behavioural and strategic planning negotiation skills programs which transform capabilities and has a client list which includes Tesco, The FA, Fujitsu, Capita, Reiss, Take 2 Interactive (the company behind Grand Theft Auto), BBC Worldwide and Channel 4.