Advanced Negotiations & Problem Solving
This program is part of the Certificate in Complex Project & Procurement Leadership and may be taken as part of the certificate program or on a stand-alone basis. Please visit the main page for the Certificate in Complex Project & Procurement Leadership for more information.
Negotiation and problem resolution skills are essential for leaders to deal effectively with multi-party decision making and conflict in all aspects of complex project management. Participants will learn the requisite knowledge, skills and reflective abilities to identify potential sources of conflict and design dispute resolution systems that will lead to successful collaborations. The module will cover negotiating for results (with a particular focus on the interest-based approach to negotiations), effective management of emotions in negotiations, and influence skills in group environments with multiple approval layers.
Cohort 7: March 25-27, 2019
Cohort 8: April 1-3, 2019
$2,400 + HST
3 consecutive days, 8:00am – 5:00pm
How to Register
Priority registration is given to participants completing the Certificate in Complex Project & Procurement Leadership in a 2018-2019 Cohort. Registration for this module will open in the Fall of 2018 after registration for those completing the Certificate in Complex Project & Procurement Leadership in a 2018-2019 cohort has closed.
Our payment & cancellation policy can be found HERE.
Who Should Attend
The program is designed for:
• program and project managers
• procurement managers
• supply chain managers
• military project directors
• portfolio managers
• key advisors in both government and
This program is relevant for Canadian public sector employees and for the employees of industry suppliers and partners that work with public sector departments and agencies.
What You Will Learn
• The Interest-Based approach to negotiation
• Project Stakeholder Mapping
• Strategies of Conflict Management
• How to effectively strategize and carry out the negotiation of elements associated with complex projects in a way that builds and maintains important professional relationships
• How to identify and influence the broad range of stakeholders associated with complex project implementation
• How to use a broad range of conflict management approaches to ensure that complex projects effectively move forward in keeping with declared performance criteria
For more information
Telfer School of Management
Centre for Executive Leadership
99 Bank Street, Suite 200
Ottawa ON K1P 6B9