As you graduate from university and enter into the corporate world, you will realise that negotiation is a fundamental skill to achieving success in any organisation.
Spaces are limited for this session so Non-Business school students are given priority booking. For any Business School students interested to register, please click here to register for the waiting list.
This workshop will focus on building your confidence in negotiation through experientially-driven exercises and games. We will learn about value-claiming and value-creating strategies, common negotiation tactics and biases that could get in the way of a successful negotiation.
We will also discuss real-life situations in the workplace where negotiations would be required and how discussed strategies and tactics could be applied effectively. There is a treasure to be won in this workshop (yes, really!) and also in life as you master the art of negotiations.
Join us for a session on the topic of Negotiation to be a better negotiator for yourself and for what you believe in. By attending this webinar, you will learn:
• What does win-win negotiation looks like and how the value creation works to multiply claims
• How to expand the size of the pie by creating value in negotiations
• How to overcome emotional challenges and biases
• What are the different negotiation strategies
• Get to know negotiation tactics for the workplace through experiential exercises
Leader Facilitator and Founder, Metis Talent Management
Ruchika’s experiences in the consulting and corporate sectors include consulting roles in Hewitt Associates (now Aon Hewitt) and Towers Perrin (now Willis Towers Watson) and leadership roles in HR and Marketing for Asia Pacific with Hilton and Xander Investment Management. Her last corporate role was the Head of HR at Xander Investment Management and she was responsible for Private Equity Fund and Retail Business (VR Malls). She now heads up Metis Talent Management who help organisations plan, organise and develop essential forward-looking talent solutions and strategies to confront complex challenges upfront. This includes running programmes including leadership training, coaching and mentoring for individuals and teams, managing conflict, performance effectiveness, influence and personal branding.
Date: Thursday, 1 September 2022
Time: 10am – 1pm
Event Venue: Online (via Zoom)
Faculties: College of Design and Engineering; School of Computing; Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences; Faculty of Science; Faculty of Law
Target Audience: All undergraduate students except Business students