Necessary negotiation know-how
Wednesday, November 13, 2019
9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Pan Pacific Hotel, 999 Canada Place, Vancouver
Limited enrolment. Register early to avoid disappointment!
Who should attend: Negotiators and mediators of all levels of experience, lawyers who attend mediations, business and government officials, and anyone who wants to increase competency in negotiation skills and processes.
Learning level: All levels
Outstanding lawyers know that their clients expect results, not just adversarial bargaining. In order to be an effective negotiator, you need to plan your strategy with your clients' needs, interests, and objectives in mind.
This course will take you through the stages of a negotiation, utilizing case studies, mini lectures, video demonstrations, and various role plays.
You will walk away with an understanding of how to make the first offer, how to avoid blooper phrases, best practices in response to prevalent hurdles, how to end an "unsuccessful" negotiation, and much more!
Highlights include Cialdini's six persuasive methods, 20 "Doubt Speeches," and standard "oil phrases."
After taking this course you will be able to:
- effectively open and close negotiations
- avoid common mistakes and overcome common hurdles
- understand well-known theories and how to effectively implement them throughout the negotiation process
- ask key preparation questions for yourself and for your clients
- create a standard and confidential preparation sheet for yourself and your clients
- determine the six key numbers necessary for any topic to be negotiated
- assist impatient clients to understand the various building blocks of "success" in any negotiation
Kudos from past attendees:
"It provides actual information that you can use the next day, and every day that follows; personally and professionally."
"John Wade is an exceptional instructor with years of academic and practical experience that has honed his presentation."
"Great speaker! Clear, humorous and engaging."
"Excellent materials. Unparalleled in depth and usefulness."
Law Society of BC CPD Hours: 6 hours (a minimum of 1 hour will involve aspects of professional responsibility and ethics, client care and relations, and/or practice management)
Professor John Wade — Professor Emeritus, Bond University, Queensland, Australia
Registration includes an electronic and print copy of the workshop materials.
Register by Oct. 23/19
After Oct. 23/19
Unable to attend without financial support? Learn about our Bursary Program and Easy Pay Plan.
CLEBC Program Coordinator