Negotiation Excellence Intensive Seminar
The Grand Circus, 1570 Woodward Ave, Detroit, 48226 MI, United States
What will the attendees learn?
- How to assess the power position in negotiations
- How to influence the buying center
- How to sell value
- How to handle objections
- How to avoid negotiation pitfalls
Who is the seminar for?
The seminar is geared towards sales managers, sales representatives, and key account managers from Automotive Suppliers.
What you will get out of this training?
- Insights into best practices
- Tools to prepare negotiations
- Case studies to train your negotiation skills
- Personal roadmap - where to further improve your skills to negotiate more more successfully
What is the objective of the seminar?
9 out of 10 companies use an unstructured and unsystematic approach when responding to Requests for Proposals (RFPs) and the pricing of Big Deals. Furthermore, when negotiating prices with customers, 85% of all companies underestimate their own power position. This frequently leads to situations where money or deals are left on the table.
It is a myth that every deal is unique. In reality the basic power mechanics are always similar. Therefore, leading Automotive Suppliers have started to adopt systems that assist the sales force in understanding and managing the own power position, set big deal prices and efficiently prepare for negotiations. These companies have improved their profitability by up to 5% and their hit-rate by up to 25%.
Simon-Kucher has consulted over 100 automotive suppliers. This negotiation excellence intensive seminar will train you in best-practice negotiation systems that we have shaped together with these suppliers, and enhance your individual negotiation strength.
Trainer: Peter Harms, Senior Director, Simon-Kucher & Partners
Guest Speaker: Richard Pesserl, Sales Manager at Robert Bosch, will give a one-hour presentation on his Five Lessons Learned from >25 years of negotiating with Automotive OEMs
Food and drinks during seminar and networking dinner are complimentary. There are a limited number participants to maximize the effectiveness of the training and places tend to fill up quickly, so please register early. After we review your submission we will send you a separate link to pay the $2,400 investment fee.
*There is currently one spot remaining, any registrants after that will unfortunately have to be moved to the waitlist.
Cancellation Policy: If for any reason you are not able to attend, you may send someone in your place. If that does not work for you, we will refund your payment if you cancel up to 4 weeks prior to the training (any time before March 29, 2017). If for some reason the training is cancelled, you will receive a 100% refund of your payment.
All participants will receive a detailed hard-copy guide to best practices in negotiation management. You will be supplied with best-practice tools to prepare negotiations, and will employ these tools in many interactive exercises which will be geared towards a current negotiation of yours. This procedure assures that the seminar can be applied immediately, and you can spread the best practices after the seminar in your organization.
We know from experience that this seminar is extremely valuable to the participants and their companies. If after attending the workshop you feel that our ideas and tools will not help you to win negotiations, we will refund your investment of $2,400.
To register please find our registration button at the top of this page.
If you should have any questions please contact EventUS@simon-kucher.com