On Saturday 11 June 2022, the Dutch Negotiation Network is organising live negotiation seminars at the University of Twente, in cooperation with PIN's training branch POINT (Program on International Negotiation Training). The seminars are for professionals and students enthusiastic about negotiation. During these seminars a variety of practical workshops and presentations are offered, covering essential topics for negotiators in this day and age.
The workshops are led by POINT’s negotiation experts: Aldis Sigurdardottir, Paul Meerts, Frans Schram, Ida Manton, Rob Boudewijn, Sami Faltas, Peter Kesting, Hans van der Berg, Stefan Szepesi, Lena Salame, as well as business specialists George van Houtem and Arjen Verhoeff.
Come and learn how culture, the virtual environment, artificial intelligence, gender, and our personalities affect negotiations. Discover what role power, trust, and perceptions play, how you can plan and prepare for the process and which strategies you can employ in negotiation. View the programme below and pick your favorite lectures.
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The workshops are led by the following internationally renowned negotiation experts:
The Program on International Negotiation Training (POINT) was founded in 2017, as a branch of The Processes of International Negotiation (PIN, founded in 1988). It is a network of coaches in international negotiation processes. As a group, they work to share knowledge about negotiation with around 4,000 practitioners and scholars around the world through publications and events.
Only twice a year POINT conducts workshops devoted to the analysis and improvement of the practice of negotiation. Its network cuts across European and American training institutions, being associated with the PIN network, which is linked to the German institute of global and area studies GIGA (Hamburg, Germany).
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