Lafarge Canada, a division of Lafarge Inc. and the largest diversified supplier of construction materials in North America, has requested Win-Win Negotiations Training for its commercial sales representatives and managers. Lafarge was seeking a training partner, and company representatives were impressed by NTIs Win-Win Negotiations training content as well as by their global reach, multilingual training capability, and post-workshop reinforcement offerings. They selected NTI training to ensure that their employees would receive the highest level of interactive negotiations training available.
A Win-Win Negotiations Training Expert and Senior Level Instructor with NTI will travel to Montreal in Quebec, Canada to deliver the workshop. Participants in this highly interactive negotiations training workshop will cover key negotiation concepts, such as strategies for each of the five phases of negotiation. Attendees will also learn how to set negotiation expectations and parameters in advance by preparing a Wish, Aspiration, and Bottom Line. Establishing such boundaries will help them appropriately handle any offers or requests for concessions. The seminar will also cover many common negotiation tactics and how to effectively handle them, helping trainees stay one step ahead throughout their negotiations.
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 Lafarge Canada
Lafarge Canada is part of Lafarge North America, which includes approximately 900 locations in one of the world's largest and most diverse markets. As the largest diversified supplier of construction materials in the United States and Canada, Lafarge products are used in residential, commercial, and public works constructions projects.
In 1956, Paris-based Lafarge expanded its worldwide operations to North America by opening the Richmond Cement Plant in British Columbia. Today, Lafarge North America is part of one of the largest and most diverse markets in the world. Lafarge North America began by offering customers high-quality Portland cement with excellent customer service. Since that time, Lafarge North America has expanded its role in cement as well as developed operations in gypsum, aggregates, concrete, and asphalt. Now, Lafarge North America's goals include maintaining that same level of customer service by offering innovative products to meet clients' business and architectural needs. Ductal®, Agilia®, Rapid Deco® Level 5, and Artevia® are just a few of the innovative products offered throughout North America.
Lafarge is committed to providing products using sustainable manufacturing practices and improving the environment in and around its plants. Through myriad projects at locations around North America, Lafarge has worked to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, restore wetlands for native plants and animals, and identify waste materials that can be recycled and used at Lafarge plants.