Thorsten Hofmann, head of the Institute for Crisis, Change and Conflict Communication C4, tells us in his latest blog entry what the World Cup can teach us on teams excelling in negotiations.
Learn how to negotiate – New Book by Thorsten Hofmann
Using techniques of the intelligence services as well as the latest insights in neuropsychology, the author presents a succinct and highly effective guide on how to prepare, strategically plan, and successfully complete negotiations.
• Indispensable know-how for everyday life, from dealing with customers and negotiating a raise to buying a house
• How to see through people, interpret facial expressions and gestures and correctly analyse patterns of behaviour
Thorsten Hofmann studied psychology, criminology, and economics. He worked for the German Federal Police for many years, where he was trained in various negotiation concepts and strategies. He is presently a negotiator in extortion and hostage cases for an international insurance firm. He is the director of the Centre for Negotiation at the Quadriga Technical College in Berlin, conducts seminars and trainings on strategic negotiation management, and advises organisations on complex negotiation processes.
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Portugal already won an inofficial World Cup: According to ECCO research their team has got the most social media followers among the 32 participants of FIFA worldcup 2018 in Russia.
Thorsten Hofmann, head of the Institute for Crisis, Change and Conflict Communication C4, presents in his latest blog entry four strategies that will help you succeed in any negotiation.