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Carrollton: The Art of Negotiation

Dates: October 26, 2022

Meets: W from 9:00 AM to 12 N

Location: UWG Murphy West CE Computer Lab 1119

Registration Fee: $89.00

There are still openings remaining at this time.

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Professional Skills for the Workplace Certificate
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Course Description
Whether we realize it or not, we engage in negotiations large and small all the time--at home, in the office, and with friends. Strong negotiation skills can result not just in financial rewards, but in improved relationships and enhanced creativity in problem-solving. This class will introduce participants to the art of negotiation and provide the opportunity to practice new skills. Topics covered include:

  • The major types of negotiation
  • Preparing for negotiation and deciding on priorities
  • Reaching agreement
  • Documenting agreement
  • Hardball tactics to watch out for

Notes:

If your company is going to pay the registration fee, please contact UWG CE at 678-839-6615, and we will assist you with the billing process. UWG employees, please call for assistance with an internal transfer if applicable.

If you have any questions, please contact Brooklyn Layton at blayton@westga.edu.

Fee: $89.00
Hours:3.00
CEUs:0.30

UWG Murphy West CE Computer Lab 1119

The Murphy Building is located at 316 West Georgia Drive across the street from the School of Nursing Building. Please enter Murphy West on the right side of the building adjacent to the Greenbelt.

Julia Farmer

Julia Farmer is the Director of Ombuds Services and serves all staff, faculty, and students as the University Ombudsperson. Prior to coming to this role, she was Faculty Ombuds and Professor of Spanish. She completed her M.S. in Conflict Management at Kennesaw State University and her PhD in Romance Languages and Literatures at UC-Berkeley. Her interest in conflict management grew out of her work as chair of Faculty Senate, where she enjoyed working to facilitate agreements and promote collaboration across campus.

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