19 November 2016 - 20 November 2016
Time: 9:30am - 5:00pm
Venue: Room 3.1, Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London, 67-69 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2A 3JB
Led by Harsha Fernando, an Attorney-at-Law and an international negotiation trainer.
Negotiation is an essential skill whether you are negotiating the terms of a new job or a multi-million dollar deal for your company or client. Negotiation is taught in top law and management schools around the world. Consulting firms do the same for corporate clients. Negotiation Training is included as a compulsory training module in law firms, corporations and banks and is part of the Continuous Education programmes of many professional bodies such as the Law Society because negotiation is central to “lawyering”. Organisations, especially law and consultancy firms, look for formal negotiation training when recruiting. Negotiations is a skill that has to be developed based on a combination of behavioural sciences, psychology and game theory aspects enabling us to be better at getting what we want. This programme will benefit all graduates seeking employment or who wish to offer professional services. The programme will be 16 hours spread over two days.
PLEASE NOTE: This is a second chance to attend this workshop which was also held on 12-13 November 2016.
For directions to the venue, please refer to the map.
How to book
Register via our E-shop. Please note, this workshop is available to QMUL Postgraduate students only.
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