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Negotiation 360

Harvard Business School Professor and award-winning author Michael Wheeler created Negotiation 360™ to enhance your ability to reach agreement and resolve disputes

Harvard Business School Professor and award-winning author Michael Wheeler created Negotiation 360™ to enhance your ability to reach agreement and resolve disputes

Negotiation 360

by Michael WHEELER
Negotiation 360
Negotiation 360

What is it about?

Harvard Business School Professor and award-winning author Michael Wheeler created Negotiation 360™ to enhance your ability to reach agreement and resolve disputes. Its interactive features are based on cutting edge theory and proven best practices.

App Details

Version
1.4
Rating
(16)
Size
20Mb
Genre
Business Education
Last updated
November 23, 2016
Release date
January 3, 2015
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App Store Description

Harvard Business School Professor and award-winning author Michael Wheeler created Negotiation 360™ to enhance your ability to reach agreement and resolve disputes. Its interactive features are based on cutting edge theory and proven best practices.

FEATURES
* N360 generates a personalized PROFILE of your relational and problem-solving skills, highlighting strengths you can build on and other areas where you can improve.
* Its SCORECARD feature prompts you to rate your performance in all your negotiations, large and small, enabling you to learn the right lessons from your own experience.
* MY BEST PRACTICES helps you prepare for upcoming negotiations. The more you use it, the more powerful it becomes.
* TRAINING ROOM includes four separate stations to help you enhance your problem-solving and interpersonal effectiveness: Coach, Exercise, Bookshelf and Research


If there’s one person at the bargaining table with Negotiation 360™, that person should be you.