Enhancing Your Negotiation Powers | Recorded Webinar

Enhancing Your Negotiation Powers | HRDQ-U Webinar

60 minutes

Does developing your negotiation strategy make a difference? The short answer, YES. Every negotiator aspires to win, so preparing an approach to achieve goals is critical to your outcome and overall company success. Secure the skills necessary for proper negotiation by defining its various styles during this webinar hosted by Tayna Longino, the President and Founder of HR Partners.

Join us and discover how to design and execute a confident negotiation strategy and forget the fear of failure. Use this webinar to address common mistakes made before and during difficult negotiations and uncover strategies for your future success.

This webinar was inspired using research from the Negotiating Style Profile, a comprehensive training program giving emerging and experienced leaders the tools and techniques for developing and refining their negotiating skills. This self-assessment offers a simple framework for determining one’s negotiating style and the likely effect it has in negotiating situations.

Attendees will learn

  • Personal negotiating styles
  • Contrasts in various negotiating styles
  • Which negotiating method works best in a given situation
  • How to improve negotiating effectiveness
  • The art of collaborating without giving in or haggling
  • How to maintain healthy communication during negotiations 

Who should attend

  • Training and HR professionals
  • Independent consultants
  • Managers delivering training

Presenter

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Tayna Longino is the President and Founder of HR Partners, an interview strategy firm. In this role, Tayna has been helping clients develop competitive interview strategies for more than 25 years. Her HR career spans several industries and specialties, including Finance, IT, Banking, Specialty Materials, Pharmaceuticals, Retail, and Health Care. She has enjoyed a great working relationship as a global business partner with companies such as Bank One, Rohm and Haas, Glaxo Smith Kline, Toyota Financial, and others.

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