Multimedia and interactive, this online course provides you with some basic knowledge from our seminars and workshops on negotiation techniques: Information in text form, graphics and video, checklists as a reminder and blank forms for your individual preparation as well as practical tips, test questions and further content in the form of excursions.
a booking with your e-mail address is required. You will then receive an e-mail with a “continue” button and you can choose a password. If you do not receive this e-mail directly, please check your SPAM folder. Please note that cookies must be activated in your browser for registration, at least for this web address.
Remember your data and bookmark the link. Then it is easier for you to continue the course at any time.
If you have further questions, please send an e-mail to info[at]verhandlungswerkstatt.de and we will answer you as soon as possible.
In our first online course we have prepared some basic knowledge for you in a multimedia and interactive way. You can expect information in text form, graphics and video, checklists as a reminder and blank forms for your individual preparation as well as practical tips, quizzes and further content in the form of excursions.
You can now online flip through the third issue of our magazine (in german).
From the contents:
We wish you a pleasant reading time. If you would like to receive the next issue in December 2018 in the post, please send us a short e-mail (info[at]verhandlungswerkstatt.de) and we will be happy to add you to our mailing list.
Already in December last year, the main topic of our magazine was “Interkulturelles Verhandeln”. You can find there, in Edition #2, first of all, information on the importance and necessity of international negotiations, which have increased enormously due to globalisation in areas such as the economy, politics, culture, the environment and communications. In addition, the contributions show what to expect when negotiating in foreign countries, how important tolerance and patience can be and what meaning lies behind “dépaysement”.