Xcel Energy to Benefit from the Negotiation Training Institute Win-Win Negotiations Training

Xcel Energy, a major domestic energy company which provides the energy that powers millions of homes and businesses across eight Western and Midwestern states, has asked the Negotiation Training Institute to deliver workshops on Win-Win Negotiation skills for the benefit of its staff. Xcel was seeking a responsive, flexible, client-oriented training partner that would work with the company to understand its unique needs and the ability to meet those needs with high-quality training content. The client consulted with NTI representatives to identify the best workshop for its representatives.

A Senior-Level NTI Instructor and Negotiations Expert will meet with Xcel employees to deliver the workshop. This program will provide participants the opportunity to learn practice effective negotiation skills and strategies, such as setting expectations with a prepared Wish, Aspiration, and Bottom Line, helping them appropriately handle any offers or requests for concessions. Participants in this highly interactive negotiations training workshop will also gain training and practice in recognizing and overcoming many of the most common negotiation tactics, enhancing their ability to stay one step ahead throughout the negotiation process.


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 Xcel Energy

Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Xcel Energy Inc.'s operations include the activity of four wholly owned utility subsidiaries that serve electric and natural gas customers in eight states. These utility subsidiaries, referred to as operating companies, are Northern States Power Company-Minnesota, Northern States Power Company-Wisconsin, Public Service Company of Colorado and Southwestern Public Service Company.