Have you found yourself in a situation when you couldn’t find the appropriate expression, the most perfectly suitable term? When you didn’t know how to achieve your aim at a conference – especially in a foreign language conference?
Even one well formed and aimed sentence can mean success in business communication, therefore it is vital to have confident international skills in English even in difficult situations!
- What is the difference between international and national negotiations?
- How does different cultural relation to time influence a negotiation process?
- What particular techniques do certain cultures usually use?
- Is there an international negotiation strategy?
- Is there a generally accepted ‘diplomatic’ culture?
- How can we master even the hard situations?
- How can we avoid obstacles and traps at a negotiation?
- How to apply problem-solving attitude during a negotiation?
- How to recognize, develop and apply those interpersonal skills and techniques vital to a successful negotiation?
As a result of the training:
- You will get familiar with the basics, strategies and tactics of international negotiation.
- Negotiation and communication skills develop.
- Through negotiation situations your skills will develop, you will get reliable feedback about your production.
- You will learn an effective negotiation technique, which will help you to successful negotiations.
- You will be able to plan your time and structure your desired aims.
- You will be able to control conflicts you face in negotiations.
- You will learn to handle even hard-to-handle people, your empathic skills will develop, you will be able to raise empathy towards your point of view, we will hand you “hints” of negotiations.
Dr. Troy Wiwczaroski is an Associate Professor at Debrecen University, where he has been teaching since 1995. Specializing in public speaking, negotiation/conflict management and communication training in English and German, Dr. Wiwczaroski's teaching and research include a focus on the skills-based professional development of his students, who come from many branches of the university. His students have gone on to work in management, academia and responsible ministerial and administrative positions throughout Hungary, Europe and the world.
Dr. Wiwczaroski is a native of Texas and received his Master's and PhD degrees from WashingtonUniversity in St. Louis, one of the top 10 universities in the United States.