Negotiation skills

In this negotiation course, you will learn simple but effective techniques that can save you money both at home and at work, buying or selling. Whether you’ve never negotiated before or you’ve been doing it for a while, this course will certainly give you some new practical tips to use straight away.

   1,187 students completed this course

   96% recommend it to other students

   Teacher: Chris Croft


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96% of students recommend

  “Very clear and well organised content, backed up by examples. Thank you!”

  “Clear breakdown of the stages of negotiation as well as the tactics involved at each stage. Thank you!”

  “I liked your examples! And also good hints for negotiation newbies! I liked the explanations about how you weaken your position because this always happens to me. Now I try to apply your tactics :)”


Course plan

Lesson 1. Preparation to Negotiations
Lesson 2. Starting Negotiations
Lesson 3. Your Opening Offer
Lesson 4. Getting Cooperation
Lesson 5. Trading—Your Wording and Tradables
Lesson 6. Trading—Moving in Small Steps
Lesson 7. Negotiation Tactics
Lesson 8. Closing Negotiations
Lesson 9. Deciding to Do It
Lesson 10. Putting It All into Practice
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  • Format
    One lesson delivered via email daily
  • Duration
    10 days
  • Time
    5 minutes reading a day

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