Closing date for registrations: 16/12/2011  Workshop on Negotiation Skills:

Free of charge Workshop 14/01/2012

Negotiation is, outside sex, the most common commitment, and the most problematic one between two people”  John Kenneth Galbraith a famous American economist.

In fact, every day we face several situations where we have to negotiate either on a personal or professional level. Whether at home to talk about where to spend the next family vacation, or which purchase is more essential: a new washing machine or a plasma TV. Whether at work if  you strive for promotion with your boss, or you want to exchange your weekend service  with your colleague: your ability to negotiate is requested at any time and everywhere.

Your satisfaction with personal life and your professional success depends, in a large part, on how you manage to impose your own interests without losing sight of those of your negotiating partner - in the sense of proper balance of interests. Therefore it is necessary to know how to negotiate.

The target audience

This Free of charge training is sponsored by the Warsaw Multi-cultural Center and intended for non UE nationals, but living legally on the territory of Poland for at least 1 year.

The program
I-Key concepts of negotiation
II-The preparation of a negotiation
III-The negotiation process
IV-The  strategies of negotiation
V-The negotiating tactics
VI-Comparison of three exposed strategies
VII-What kind of negotiator are you?

In your application please mention (Name, Surname , e-mail, contact phoneand country of Origin) as well as the language in which you would prefer to have this training. Application should be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. contact phone: 514 878 428 .(Places are limited).

Closing date for registrations: 16/12/2011

Location: Sala konferencyjna Pilotażu Warszawskiego Centrum Wielokulturowego ul. Nowy Świat 23/25 lok. 30. 

Date: 14 January 2012 from 9.30–18.00.

Coach: Borhen Chair

Note - training carried out in English or French, according to the applicants number.