June 4, 2019, 9:00 - 17:00
June 5, 2019, 9:00 - 17:00
SSE Riga, Strēlnieku 4a
The programme is implemented in cooperation with the William Davidson Institute at the University of Michigan.
This programme equips managers with the skills and confidence needed to be a master negotiator. Participants will learn research-based, managerially tested concepts. Concepts will then be put into practice through role plays and experiential exercises
Harris Sondak (PhD, Northwestern University) is Daniels Professor of Ethics and Professor of Management at the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah. Dr. Sondak’s research explores the psychology of allocation decisions including two-party and multi-party negotiations and in market contexts, group process and decisions, and procedural justice and ethics. His research has been published in many leading journals. He has received teaching awards including the University of Utah’s highest teaching honour. He has been a visiting faculty member at Duke University, IMD, the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University, the Indian School of Business in Hyderabad, India, and the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
As managers advance in their careers, the ability to negotiate well becomes essential. Often managers have a basic grasp of negotiations skills, but do not have the sophisticated approaches needed to negotiate successfully in challenging situations. This programme equips managers with the skills and confidence needed to be a master negotiator. Participants will learn research-based, managerially tested concepts. Concepts will then be put into practice through role plays and experiential exercises. Participants will learn many new tools to take back to the workplace.
Who should attend
This programme is for mid-level and senior-level managers looking to negotiate more effectively and make better joint decisions. The programme will help participants recognize and manage the complexities of negotiating, including within teams and with multiple parties.
The programme includes:
• Negotiating for Individual and Joint Gains
• Creating integrative agreements in the organizational context
• Evaluating your alternatives correctly
• Negotiating transfer prices
• Negotiating Through and as Agents
• Agents and motives
• The power of alternatives
• Ethics and negotiations
• Good Decision Making in Negotiation
• Introduction to Negotiating with Multiple Parties
• Managing multi-party decision contexts
• How perceptions of fairness matter
• Negotiating in the context of coalitions
• Teams and Multiple Parties
• Determining the values at stake in a negotiation
• Negotiating in teams
• Finding the grand bargain
890 EUR + VAT Early bird fee (if paid by May 12, 2019)
990 EUR + VAT Standard fee
If you are unable to attend, you are welcome to send a replacement: however, prior notification is required. The cancellation in writing must be received if the fee is to be refunded. Cancellation within a month of the Programme start date is a subject to a 50% refund only.
By submitting the form (below) you guarantee the payment of participation fee, confirm that the information submitted is correct and the cancellation terms have been noted.
Teeter Scholarships are full-tuition scholarships to attend executive education programs offered by the William Davidson Institute.
Managers of non-governmental organizations and small, regional firms in emerging markets may apply for a Teeter Scholarship, which are awarded on a competitive basis.
The scholarships are named to honor the memory of Robert M. Teeter, an advisor to U.S. presidents from 1968-1992 and a board member at the William Davidson Institute.
Download application form (and follow instructions)