Negotiation Masterclass - Advanced Techniques

Women make some of the world's most talented negotiators globally. We tend to be empathetic, have a cooperative working style and are able to build trust and relationships with ease.

In today's business world, the most effective negotiation is one where trust has been established early and a postitive outcome is achieved for both while maintaining a strong and mutually beneficial relationship.

Open communication, strategic vulnerability and a process of discovery and understanding are critical in reaching a successful result - one where both parties feel as though they've won.

In this class, we'll build on the foundations of great negotiation strategy. We'll use a negotiator's mindset, understanding your counterpart, and practising purposeful empathy to further develop more refined tactics.

IN THIS DEEP DIVE, YOU'LL LEARN:
• Mastering your mindset - uncovering your own personal 
blocks & fears
• How to handle difficult negotiations
• What to do when you reach a stalement
• Real life role plays from your industry
• 8 advanced tactics to add to your negotiator's toolbox

WHO IS THIS WORKSHOP FOR?
• Entrepreneurs
• Corporate professionals
• Young professionals
• Team builders
• Those who navigate difficult conversations
• Those who want to advance in their industry

Learn world-class negotiation techniques and get experience honing your new strategies with real life scenarios and role play.

Doors open at 6pm to get to know your fellow workshoppers over a few nibbles.

Hard start at 6:30pm.

This Masterclass is lead by Kristen Wonch, Founder & Director of The Workshop Auckland Coworking & Shared Office Ponsonby

She previously worked as a Crude Oil Trader, negotiating multimillion dollar deals with global customers. She generated over $1.2 million in trading profit in her first year of trading. She has since built a successful 6-figure business in Auckland, creating international partnerships and growing her customer base at a rapid pace in a highly competitive market.