Merger and Acquisition Negotiation
[mur-jer] [and] [ak-wuh-zish-uh n] [ni-goh-shee-ey-shuh n]
A negotiation process conducted for the merger or joining of two companies into a single business entity, or the outright purchase of a company by another company.
Sales Negotiation Training
Close more deals at higher Revenue & Margins. Tool-sets to keep control.
"Excellent content. New and immediate tools. Informality, flexibility and ideas for further exploration - all good. I liked the fast pace and, in particular, the session on Sales Negotiation Success factors - very good practice. I also enjoyed the session on Persuasion - excellent. Excellent trainer. Very good framework and systematic training. The tools
Advanced Negotiation Training
In-depth personalised expert video feedback. Negotiate complex role plays.
"Video review and role plays were great. Exciting, new and existing ways of growing business and develop better processes. Review of videos was invaluable. Reinforcing key information whilst building good ground. Stories to support brought the theory to life and gave confidence that the theory works. Practicing and the case studies were great. Getting
Two day foundation negotiation skills. Build confidence and competence.
"I think the training was absolutely relevant for Skanska negotiators. It will add high value to our organisation. Practicing the examples, interesting case studies. SWOT/trading plan/teamwork with colleagues from our Business Unit. I liked the examples and the role plays, but also found the key messages very important. Role playing was very interesting.
Personal Power in Negotiation
Dealing with power in negotiation should be done with great care. Before using power in any negotiation, be sure to analyse all the possible consequences of using that power. Remember
Professional Freelancer Consultant for Business Contract Negotiator Services
We'll answer your question by sharing general advice on how to choose between the many companies offering you commercial negotiation consultancy services. You're also welcome
Enron’s Indian Negotiation Debacle
Enron’s collapse in India was caused by the huge debt of the MSEB project, and renegotiations that were forced by strong Indian nationalist reactions.