What you’ll learn
Reinforcement of the ENSI tools, techniques and frameworks
Overcome negotiation difficulties
Understand what you can do differently
Plan and strategise negotiations effectively
ENS International at DDLS
DDLS is proud to have partnered with ENS International, for the delivery of virtual and face-to-face negotiation advice, support and training. In the past four decades and across over 70 countries, ENSI has established a reputation as a trusted negotiation partner for some of the world’s largest organisations, including PwC, Johnson & Johnson, Adidas, and Woolworths. ENSI courses explore negotiation strategies by analysing real-word situations and using interpersonal persuasion techniques. Participants walk away empowered to direct change, resolve conflicts, reinvent their businesses and accelerate growth.
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Quality instructors and content
Expert instructors with real world experience and the latest vendor- approved in-depth course content.
Chosen and awarded by the world’s leading vendors as preferred training partner.
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Who is the course for?
Anyone who needs to refresh and reinforce the ENS International frameworks and core concepts.
We can also deliver and customise this training course for larger groups – saving your organisation time, money and resources. For more information, please contact us on 1800 853 276.
Customise the course content to address your individual needs
Provide in-depth understanding of the ENS International model and practical learnings
Embed the skills gained to deliver long-term benefits to participants
Pre-courseRe-read your ENSI reference manual/workbook and complete a questionnaire designed to inform what concepts and learnings you have retained from previous courses. Prepare a current or near future negotiation case for review during the course. Audit two past negotiations (one good, one not so good) and identify key contributing or inhibiting process challenges for class review.
During the courseThis course will refresh and reinforce the ENS International frameworks and core concepts. You’ll be involved in a review of your negotiating and influencing experience since your last training course. The Practitioner will then provide individual skill development and coaching to overcome the difficulties encountered and give you options on what to do differently or do better.
Post-courseYou’ll develop a personal action plan to lock-in major learnings. The end of this course isn’t the end of your learning experience; the knowledge and skills you’ve gained are integrated into your daily life through a series of reinforcement emails developed from the interactions of your training group. Our training partner ENSI provides an e-newsletter which analyses negotiation practises currently happening around the world and offers insights and useful tips so you can apply them to your own scenarios. Your Practitioner will also be available to you after the course to answer any questions or run through scenarios you’re currently facing. This integrated learning approach ensures you get the most of your experience to get more of what you want.
As a minimum you need to have completed either the Professional Negotiation and Influencing course or two days of an ENS International in-house program.
Industry Association Recognition
Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
All ENSI Negotiation and Influencing Courses are independently accredited by the CPD Standards Office. The CPD Standards accreditation operates internationally and meets the CPD requirements and expectations for all professional bodies, regulators and membership organisations across the globe.
THIRD PARTY REGISTRATION
This course is delivered by ENS International and promoted by DDLS. This arrangement requires DDLS to provide your details to ENS International for course registration purposes.
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