Collaboration | Negotiation | Conflict Resolution | Difficult Conversations | Relationship Management
Peter Hiddema teamed up with Welch LLP’s Managing Partner Michael Burch to discuss how to find the win-win in real life.
Expand the pie.
Break through deadlocks.
Tame the nightmare negotiator.
In collaboration with Commanding Presence we are offering this Internationally Acclaimed Two-Day Advanced Presentation and Communication Skills Training.
“Some things are in our control, and others not,” states The Enchiridion – a compilation of the teachings of the Stoic philosopher Epictetus. “Things in our control are opinion, pursuit, desire, aversion, and in a word, whatever are our own…
Among many impacts, one of the most frequently reported effects of the global Covid-19 pandemic is a feeling of powerlessness / lack of control. Right now, and for the foreseeable future, you and I don’t have any control over this…
Prejudice, from the Latin praejudicium or ‘pre-judgment’ (generally in a negative sense) is surely one of humankind’s greatest flaws. I cannot count the number of times I have negatively pre-judged a person or group – only to be proven wrong…
After attending one of your sessions, I started considering what negotiation actually means, and I was amazed at how often I am in negotiations throughout my day. Your approach to it all really struck a chord with me and I walked away from the session with some serious insight as to how I’ve been approaching negotiations and how I can seriously improve my skills. Thank you so much!
Erin Kuttner | Producer, 4stroke
The Common Outlook training was really valuable because it gave our organization the opportunity and the tools to reflect on how to produce the outcomes in a negotiation that we want to have happen. In the nonprofit sector, participating in this kind of training is rare. Given that we negotiate a lot with donors so that our programs can be delivered – in our case – to disadvantaged Canadians, the Common Outlook tools can make a difference to the success of our programs, and therefore to our low-income clients. I strongly recommend the training to others in the voluntary sector.
Heather Billou | Director, Planning & Development, SEDI