Mastery Of Communications
Through Negotiation and Persuasion Skills
(with Colored Brain)

FELCRA participants of this virtual training can access all training resources here

1. Pre-training Assessment

Please complete this pre-training assessment before you start the training program

2. Join the Virtual Training on Microsoft Teams

Click the link below and you will be able to join the virtual meeting on Microsoft Teams 

13/4 – 16/4 | 10.00am – 12.00noon

3. Download the Virtual Training Guide here [PDF]

4. Watch the Erin Brockovich video here to identify the negotiation strategy, style and tactics used.

5. Take the Negotiation Style Quiz

Click the link below and take the quiz to find out the type of negotiator you are

6. Download the Step-By-Step Colored Brain Assessment Guide here – this will help you understand how this assessment works, from beginning to end.

7. NEW! Video : The Psychology of Persuasion

This is a very popular video in the 1940s, that showcase an experiment conducted to prove that social influence is real.

8. NEW! Take the Emotional Drivers Quiz here. – determine your top 3 emotional motivators

9. Training Notes – all notes [PDF] will be available after the daily session

Post Training

10. Negotiation Toolkit For Leaders – this toolkit is a good accompaniment as you plan and prepare for any negotiation

11. Post Training Assessment

Please complete this post-training assessment after completing the training program

12. Training Evaluation Form

Please let us know what you thought about the training programme. We’d love to hear from you

Extra training resources on Negotiation and Persuasion Skills

Video: Mastering Difficult Situations Through Negotiation

An interview with Jared Curhan, Sloan Distinguished Professor of Management and Associate Professor of Organization Studies at the Sloan School of Management

PDF : Negotiations Preparation Checklist

17 questions you can ask yourself before entering into a negotiation

PDF : Top Ten Dont’s When Negotiating

10 things you should not do when negotiating