Boston Purchasing Negotiation Training Courses
Open Enrollment Seminars in Boston MA
With its world-renowned universities and first-class symphony, Boston, MA can stake the claim to being one of America’s most refined cities. Coming to Boston to participate in one of our Procurement Negotiation Training Programs? After each of our three training days together, we recommend making some space in your calendar to 'put on the ritz’ in one of America’s most elegant cities.
Training Course Options
Our Purchasing Negotiation Courses are available in public access and customized for in-house delivery options in Boston MA. We hope you'll discover that Boston offers a great selection of suitable hotels near our training location that is within your budget. We would be delighted to recommend a local hotel if you're participating in one of our open to the public access Procurement Negotiation Training Courses. We can suggest a Boston training venue for in-house for your team of buyers if you prefer that we not deliver in your office. Most in-house clients choose to deliver their in-house course in their company's Boston office. Get in touch to discuss your needs if you don't see dates for Boston on our public course calendar. We would welcome the opportunity to discuss delivering our next Buyer Negotiations Training Course either in your offices or via online delivery.
Boston Courses Venue
One of our preferred Boston locations for classroom training delivery is the The Godfrey Hotel Boston.
Address: 505 Washington St, Boston, MA 02111, USA.
One of America’s great university cities, Boston boasts of some of the finest institutions in the country. Quality institutions such as Northeastern, Boston University, and MIT, attract a young and educated crowd. But none stands greater than America’s oldest and perhaps the world’s most prestigious university in Harvard. The school’s famed ivy-covered redbrick walls have housed some of the most famous Americans in history, from Presidents like John F. Kennedy and Barack Obama, to business tycoons like Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates, to celebrities like Matt Damon and Natalie Portman. Make sure to stop by the Harvard Yard to see if you can figure out why the statue of John Harvard is called the “Statue of Three Lies”.
The intellectual population demands top-tier cultural events and Boston obliges. No matter what the season, a stop at Boston’s Symphony Hall to take in a concert from the Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO) or Boston Pops is highly recommended. The building has hosted both groups since 1900 and offers some of the best acoustics in the nation. The BSO is one of the ‘Big Five’ symphonies in the USA, while the Pops is known nationwide for its holiday programs. With a rich Revolutionary and Civil War history to discover, head downtown to Faneuil Hall to begin a tour of the Freedom Trail.
Seminar: Purchasing Negotiation Training, March 6-8, 2018
"The class was well worth the time and cost. I came away learning a more about myself (strengths and weaknesses), new ways of thinking about my negotiation counterpart, and tools to use for future negotiations. Abundant class time was dedicated to role-playing to practice the concepts taught, which was a great way for class participants to learn from each other. I’ve recommended this class to my peers in the local procurement community."
Melinda Hubbard, Senior Manager Strategic Sourcing, Agios Pharmaceuticals
Watertown, Massachusetts 02472
"I enjoyed the role playing most because it provided the opportunity to immediately put what we had just learned into practice. I also enjoyed the ability to switch partners in role plays, and especially the complex 2 on 2 simulations."
Sofia Teixeira, Head of Diversity & Inclusion, John Hancock
Boston, Massachusetts 02110
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Get in touch for negotiation training delivery in Brockton, Lynn, Cambridge, Newton, Fall River, Lawrence, Somerville, Lowell, New Bedford, Quincy, Worcester and Springfield.
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