Held on January 28th, 2020
Webinar: The Top 3 Negotiation Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
Learn to address the key mistakes we make in every negotiation
Can you tell me why I’m not achieving outstanding negotiation results on a regular basis even though I’m following most of the steps you’re teaching me? Is there anything I’m missing?
Hearing this question over an over is the reason for this webinar. Doing only what is right does not always guarantee outstanding results. It’s also equally important to not do what is wrong, i.e. you can score as many goals as you want but if you concede more than you score then obviously you will lose the game.
As Bobby Moore said: “If you never concede a goal, you’re going to win more games than you lose”. This is absolutely true in negotiation too, the less mistakes you make the better your chances are in getting what you want.
In our webinar, we will …
Focus on the three main negotiation mistakes most people make - You’ll find out why you are most likely at a serious disadvantage when negotiating and the hurdles that keep you from getting what you want. You’ll learn how to keep as many clean sheets as possible.
Show you how to avoid these mistakes and the best way to fix them – Even if you don’t make these mistakes, you’ll discover a powerful way to change the negotiation game in your favour and keep scoring as many goals as possible.
In just 60 minutes you’ll get a crash course in becoming a better negotiator. You’ll also get an opportunity to ask questions during the session. By the end of the webinar, you’ll
have a clear answer to why most people are leaving money on the table and how you can do much better in your next negotiation.
Of course, this webinar is absolutely free, however, we have only a limited number of seats. Don’t miss out on this opportunity, please sign up using the link below now:
Who are we? TWS Partners is the only company globally which is exclusively and successfully using Nobel Prize-winning research results in the field of game theory to improve business performance.