The MCB is pleased to organise the fifth
Negotiation Skills Course following successful and highly rated previous
programmes. Over 200 participants have now enjoyed developing their negotiation
skills, realised their full potential and are able to confidently contribute to
community welfare and progress, as well as their respective workplaces.
Effective Negotiation Skills (ENS): 29th to 30th June
Advanced Negotiation Skills (ANS): 1st July 2013
negotiation skills and strategies to enable attendees to become more effective
in their respective workplaces and to facilitate the community to enhance its
participation in mainstream society
Provide an environment for
participants to explore ideas
confidence in challenging situations
Assist participants in
identifying different negotiation styles and develop new ways of thinking and
The skills learnt will be applicable in all aspects of
professional and personal life, regardless of ones position in society.
The training will be conducted by Shahzad Bhatti,
founder of the renowned SAB Negotiation Group and former instructor of
negotiation at Harvard Law, Government and Business Schools. The Group provides
the most effective negotiation skills training programme in North America.
Further information about the SAB group is available on
their website www.sabonline.com.
The principles underpinning the programme require
participants to engage fully in learning. The programme will enable
direct and indirect persuasion and group negotiations
their ability to handle complex situations
The training will take place over a
two day residential programme at a prestigious conference venue near London
called Latimer Place.
0844 980 2312
The dates of the ENS course are Saturday 29th and
Sunday 30th June 2013.
from previous ENS programmes and those attending this ENS programme are invited
to advance their skills further at a one day Masterclass on Monday 1st July
The SAB group usually charge £950 per participant
for the two days. Successful applicants will be required to pay £149 to attend
the programme. Accommodation and venue costs are extra and need to be settled
with the venue directly on departure. The cost for 48 hours (ie the full
ENS programme including bedroom and meals) is £117. The day-rate for people
attending the ANS only (you must have been through the ENS programme to do so)
is £99. For anyone attending both programmes an overnight B&B rate for the
Sunday night has been negotiated with the venue of £45.
Examples of serving the
British Muslim community.
A potential strategic
thinker who has creative ideas and wants to shape and influence the future.
A reflective practitioner
who wishes to learn from experience and group work.
programmes are designed to take a maximum of 25 participants. Candidates should
complete the online application form at:
http://mcbnegotiationskills2013.eventbrite.co.uk by Friday 7th of June
The course fee is payable on application. Please remember
you will need to pay the venue directly too.
An advisory panel will make the selection from the
applications received. Refunds will be made to unsuccessful applicants.
The organisers will ensure a mix of individuals of different
ethnicity, gender, age and backgrounds.
If you would like to find out more or have any questions
about the programme, please send an email to:
For more information, view the full programme.