Online Course on Negotiation Skills for Accountants
As a professional in the accounting and finance industry, being an effective negotiator is an important skill to acquire when dealing with both colleagues and clients. This course will help you to learn some practical negotiation techniques and strategies, and to plan your negotiations to give you the greatest chance of success.
Covering the principles, the preparation and the practice of negotiating skills the course combines theory with practical activities and scenarios that are set in the finance world, that will help you put what you learn into practice.
|Rating:||100% of learners thought this course met their cpd needs|
|“Helped me to realise where I need to improve when in negotiations.”|
“It was relevant to my work life and indeed useful for interactions in life in general.”
“The course gave me a good summary of negotiation skills and a lot of points to think about in future negotiations.”
“I felt the course material was appropriately targeted to its intended audience. I felt it was achievable within the 4 hours given for the CPD activity.”
“Good grounding in negotiation skills that I will use shortly to negotiate my personal situation.”
“It contained all the necessary key points, and provided useful hands-on examples.”
|You can review this course using the questionnaire in the course completion area.|
Learning outcomes of Negotiation Skills for Accountants
Techniques and strategies
Planning to negotiate
Target audience for Negotiation Skills for Accountants
Accounting and finance professionals in practice and in industry
Learners take their own route through the topics covered in the course. They will learn at their own pace through a variety of activities designed to accommodate a range of learning styles.
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