Negotiation Training Japan
This negotiation training is directed at those, who are regularly confronted with new challenges in meetings with Japanese partners and seek more effectiveness and self-assurance.
The training teaches you how to optimally respond to typical Japanese meeting strategies. You will establish routines and enjoy greater self-assurance.
Structure Negotiation Training Japan
The negotiation training will be customized to fit your needs. Choose between a 1- or 2-day-design. A single coach or a German-Japanese trainer duo will be at your service.
As a matter of course, the training is “hands-on”. It offers a wide choice of different studying techniques, practices and individualized case studies.
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Contents Negotiation Training Japan
Here is a choice of topics for the Negotiation training.
- Japanese communication
- Preparing meetings and negotiations
- At the negotiating table
- Mastering difficult situations
- Successful presentations
- Indirect communication and how it works
- Body language and nonverbal communication
- How to read Japanese partners and get more feedback
-Criticism and denial: Getting difficult messages across
Preparing meetings and negotiations
-It’s all about human relations: Gathering the right partners
- Preparing documents, spreading information
- Quotations and pricing
- Nemawashi: The art of pre-negotiating
At the negotiating table
- Understanding und using Japanese logics
- Skilled argumentation
- How to get own interests across and realize them
-The Japanese negotatioan team: roles and behaviour patterns
- Japanese negotiation strategies
- Duration and progression of meeting
- The role of the translator
- Video- and telephone conferences
Mastering difficult situations
- Early detection of conflicts
- How to avoid escalations
- Communicating delicate messages
- The impact of informal talks
- Creating attractive and plain charts for Japanese audiences
- Attitude and appearance
- Competent transfer of contents
- Feedback: How to trigger response and constructive comments