You’ve hired some good procurement people. Their skills are solid. They have experience. They’re a good fit in your organisation.
But – are they gun negotiators? Do they consistently get the best deals from suppliers? Are they always focused on YOUR bottom line?
If not, it’s time to consider the consequences – for your business – of poor negotiating tactics. Check out our 5 reasons for upping the ante on negotiation skills:
So who do you turn to? How do you negotiate the best negotiation skills training deal to solve your procurement woes?
It’s simple. Just book a Negotiation course with the Academy of Procurement. Their experienced facilitators know how to up skill your procurement people to become negotiating experts.
Start with the one-day Negotiation Essentials workshop, which explores the fascinating world of negotiation. The course involves exercises, case studies, presentations and trainer-facilitated discussions.
Your procurement people will learn the ‘go to whoa’ of the negotiation process, from what makes a good negotiator, to understanding the reasons for planning for negotiation, persuasion methods, controlling the negotiation process, and more. They’ll have the know-how to generate positive negotiation outcomes. This is a win-win situation – as they improve their negotiation skills, you improve your business bottom line.
The next Negotiation Essentials workshop is scheduled for August 23 in Melbourne.
And for procurement staff who are involved in high risk or high value arrangements, the Academy of Procurement’s intensive Advanced Negotiation 2-day workshop is a must.
There, they’ll learn how to design and implement negotiation plans for different relationship types, lead the negotiation process and use a variety of methods of persuasion to achieve desired negotiating outcomes. This workshop turns negotiating into a powerful tool for generating brilliant business outcomes.
Now check out our 5 results from your procurement people after their training with the Academy of Procurement has armed them with great negotiation skills:
Additionally, they know that if a potential supplier is eager for business they are more likely to negotiate a great deal with them than with one that has a monopoly on the market.
They know it’s important that both parties are confident that they’ve negotiated a good deal, and not feel that they’ve been strong-armed into an arrangement that causes ill-will as the business relationship progresses – or declines.
“Knowledge is power,” Sir Francis Bacon wrote back in 1957. Give your procurement people negotiation knowledge so they can use it for successful on-going relationships with suppliers which then flow on to powerful benefits for your business.
For chalk and talk, see our open training calendar for a session, date, location and time that suits you.
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