Negotiating for Healthy Long-Term Relationships with Allina Health

Allina Health, a non-profit healthcare provider, has been a negotiations training partner with the Negotiation Training Institute, via our parent company Baker Communications, for over 10 years. Allina recently contracted with NTI to deliver another Win-Win Negotiations training course to a group of their employees. Allina relies on NTI to deliver in-depth training with highly applicable tools for daily use in order to create lasting behavior change.

A Senior Level NTI Instructor and Negotiations Expert delivered the two-day workshop in Minneapolis, MN. During this highly interactive training program, participants learned the five phases of negotiations and practiced essential negotiation skills, such as recognizing and responding to behavioral styles, listening to understand, and how to prepare in advance to negotiate. They also learned powerful strategies to improve their tactical skills and to neutralize manipulative tactics, helping to ensure that their negotiations conclude with mutually beneficial win-win results.


About the Negotiation Training Institute

Specialists In Monthly Public Negotiating Training, for Sales Meetings, Sales Negotiation Motivation Training, Short In House Training Courses, Contract and Customized Private In House Training Courses.

Our Public Courses and In House Classes are enlightening, educational, measurable and fun. Training Seminars are scheduled for both groups at your offices or through our open enrollment courses: We offer Negotiation Skill training programs to the general public. Click here for cities and dates.


About Allina Health

Allina Health is dedicated to the prevention and treatment of illness and enhancing the greater health of individuals, families and communities throughout Minnesota and western Wisconsin. A not-for-profit health care system, Allina Health cares for patients from beginning to end-of-life through its 61 clinics, 13 hospitals, 15 pharmacies, and specialty medical services, including hospice care, oxygen and home medical equipment and emergency medical transportation. They have more than 26,000 employees, 5,000 associated and employed physicians, and 4,100 volunteers