Negotiation Skills Workshop (3rd Run)

DATE(s):
20
Nov
to
21
Nov
Trainings

In dealing with customers and other stakeholders, the understanding of the fundamentals and complexities of negotiations is crucial. It doesn’t stop there either. Negotiations exist with subordinates and colleagues to get the job done, or with top management for concessions or needed support. Many of the principles applicable in business negotiations also apply to personal negotiations too, in order to achieve personal goals.

This program will prepare participants for all types of negotiations; to keep the balance between asking for too much or settling for too little. It also helps develop the right skill-set for behaving at the negotiation table, discovering how to avoid errors which can break the deal, identifying, using and overcoming negotiation tactics which crafty negotiators can use against you, and learning how to read and use body language to clarify exactly what the other party is trying to say or to hide.

Additionally, it will sharpen skills in making counter-offers that have a higher chance of being accepted, as well as to overcome objections to offers made and counter-offers.

TARGET AUDIENCE

Professionals, mostly front-liners - but also some back-office personnel - who have regular customer interface. Customers may be internal or external.

PROGRAM OUTLINE

Introduction Experiential Exercise I
  • Value of Negotiation
  • Anatomy & Definition of Negotiation
  • Active Listening Skills
  • Effective Speaking Skills
Self-Assessment: What Type of Negotiator Are You? 
  • Behavior Modalities
  • Negotiating for a Win-Win Outcome
Negotiating Steps
  • Importance of Having a Mental Map of Your Progress
  • Identifying & Prioritizing Tradables
Preparation
  • Researching the Opponent
  • Negotiation vs. Haggling
  • The Tradables Approach
Opening
  • Positions of Power
  • Primacy Effect
  • Steps in Opening
Investigating
  • Overcoming Opponent Resistance
  • Structured Questioning Sequence
Stating Your Proposal
  • Concept of Condition & Offer
  • Assertive & Submissive Formats
  • Converting Submissive Statements to Assertive
  • Controlling Opponent by Using Increasingly Specific Counter-Offers
Observing Opponent Response
  • Non-Verbal Communication
  • “Resisting” Body Language
  • “Receptive” Body Language
Responding to Proposals
  • Power of Flinching
  • Steps in Counter–proposing
Powerful Negotiating Gambits
  • Nibbling, Exchange Favors, Good Guy/Bad Guy
  • Offer Withdrawn, Taken Aback, Indifferent
  • Buyer / Seller, Ask Higher Authority, Triple F
  • Evidence By Printed Word, Splitting the Difference, Counter Gambits
  • Group Contest: Identifying & Countering Gambits
Ending the Negotiation
  • Summarizing
  • Drawing the Contract
  • Reinforcing Goodwill
  • Suggestions for Practice
PROGRAM OUTLINE

DAY 1

  • Discussion on the Data Privacy Compliance Framework
  • Discussion on the Privacy Impact Assessment (NPC Advisory 2017-03)
  • Case Study on Vaccination Program Case
  • Workshop on their own Process Flow (at least one Processing System)

Day 1 will start with knowing the 26-point Data Accountability and Compliance Framework created by the NPC. This will be followed by a discussion on the importance of conducting the PIA as contained under NPC Advisory 2017-03.

In the afternoon of Day 1, there will be a discussion on how to conduct a PIA (Vaccination Case) which will be followed by a workshop among all participants where they will be doing a PIA for at least one of their Data Processing System (DPS).

DAY 2

  • Discussion on the Creation of Privacy Management Program (PMP)
  • Discussion on the Data Sharing Agreement (DSA) Requirement
  • Discussion on the Writing of the Privacy Manual (PM)
  • Writing of own Privacy Policy and Privacy Notice

Day 2 will have discussions on how to write the PMP and the requirement for the Data Sharing Agreement (DSA) which is another major requirement for companies and agencies before they can share personal information.

fternoon of Day 2 will discuss how to write a PM and its importance and finally there will be a workshop on how to compose their respective Privacy Notices and Privacy Policies. A privacy notice and privacy policy are two (2) different types of privacy documents that also manifest compliance on the part of PICs and PIPs unlike some websites which mention that these two are one and the same.

RESOURCE SPEAKER

Clive Villanueva is a consultant in the field of Training and Organization Development. He is a graduate of Bachelor of Science in Business Management from the Ateneo De Manila University, and obtained a Masters in Business Administration degree majoring in Corporate Finance from Fordham University. Prior to entering the training and consultancy profession, he was Assistant Vice President at Citibank's NA Philippine credit card business and a Sales Manager in Luzon. He had also done brand marketing assignments as product manager in RFM Corporation and Johnson & Johnson Philippines. His expertise covers programs on Sales and Sales Management, Customer Service, Strategic Planning, Management and Leadership, Emotional Intelligence, Negotiation Skills, Team Building and Team Development.

LEARNING INVESTMENT

PHP 16,500

ECCP Members

PHP 18,500

Non-Members
(includes coffee breaks, lunches, seminar materials and certificate of attendance)
Group Discount: 5% Discount for groups of 3 and above

No shows will be billed at full cost. Cancellations should be made at least 48 hours/two working days before the event.

Participants from outside Manila, requiring airfare and hotel bookings, should coordinate with ECCP for final confirmation of course schedule before booking. The ECCP shall not be responsible for charges incurred for changes in booking or flights.

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For confirmations and more information, please contact
Ms. Nichole Raynera of ECCP at (02) 8845 1324 or email nichole.raynera@eccp.com