Introduction to Negotiation
A Strategic Playbook for Becoming a Principled and Persuasive Negotiator

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Offered by Yale University. This course will help you be a better negotiator. Unlike many negotiation courses, we develop a framework for ... Enroll for free.

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Taught by
Barry Nalebuff
Milton Steinbach Professor
and 10 more instructors

Offered by
Yale University

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0 posts • 8 mentions • top 5 shown below

r/AusFinance • comment
47 points • 10gem_elprimo

This is a pretty famous one from Yale.

If vids aren't your thing Harvard PON has lots of documents that cover the basics such as BATNA, distributive vs integrative etc

r/IWantToLearn • comment
8 points • EduGuy33

There is a pretty popular Yale course that you can take via Coursera for free (in the audit track): Its like a business school course so be prepared for lots of in depth case studies that you should really do to get something from the course. Good if you have at least some basic understanding of negotiations before you take the course.

Another course is this: It gives a step by step explanation and might be better suited if youre a complete beginner.

r/PersonalFinanceCanada • comment
1 points • RoboticTree

Yes, you can negotiate for sure. Though you did already tell them you were looking for a salary between 45 - 50, so if they offered 45 you should take it.

This Coursera course on negotiation was excellent:

r/SandersForPresident • comment
1 points • 4now5now6now

Here are free online courses from COUSERA from great professor from around the world

how about this free course

r/Entrepreneur • comment
1 points • yearning_more

If you like that concept and have enough free time, here's a fantastic free online course from the Yale business school explaining in detail how to have fact based negotiations: