Global Business Skills: Planning and Negotiating Strategies

MGMT X 460.961

This course is taught in a highly interactive, simulation-based format and provides students the knowledge and skills to effectively plan, work, and negotiate in the global marketplace.

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What you can learn.

  • Gain an understanding of cultural differences as they affect international business, the nuances of hospitality and protocol, and how to establish trust and credibility
  • Explore the characteristics of a cross-cultural negotiator, the concepts of win-win and win-lose, and communication and persuasion strategies

About this course:

Conducting business across cultures is crucial for succeeding in today's highly competitive marketplace. This highly interactive, simulation-based course provides executives with the knowledge and skills to plan, work, and negotiate in the global marketplace. Topics include cultural differences as they affect international business, understanding hospitality and protocol, establishing trust and credibility, characteristics of a cross-cultural negotiator, concepts of win-win and win-lose, tactics and power strategies, and communication and persuasion strategies. 

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