In life, we don’t get what we deserve, we get what we negotiate. With more than 100 talks every year Mark T. Hofmann is one of the most booked speakers in his field. Most people rarely or never negotiate because they find it uncomfortable. This is based on the first major misconception in Negotiation Psychology. A good negotiation has nothing to do with ‘haggling’ but with listening, observation and undivided attention. Many negotiations are not about price, but about respect & appreciation. A good negotiation increases sympathy and respect.
There are some interrogation techniques, that are surprisingly effective also outside of interrogations or hostage situations. The basic principles of how to quickly build trust, identify motives, and negotiate better are also useful in everyday business. In his Presentations and Workshops, Profiling-expert Mark T. Hofmann shows what we can learn from interrogation tactics to negotiate better and achieve more.
Keynote Speeches and Workshops on the Psychology of Negotiation are available worldwide and virtually. You will receive an offer within 24 hours on weekdays – feel free to contact us.