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Negotiation and Dispute Resolution

Postgraduate | GRF-EHR713 | 2024

Talk through the essentials of workplace negotiation processes and dispute resolutions.Highlight negotiation tactics and strategies. Learn how to handle issues of emotion and perception during a dispute. Strengthen your own negotiation skills.

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Enrol by
7 July 2024
Entry requirements
No ATAR needed,
No prior study
13 weeks
Start dates
15 July 2024

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Negotiation and Dispute Resolution

About this subject

  • At the completion of this subject students should:

    1. Understand a set of generic concepts and skills which are internationally applicable to issues in negotiation, including distributive and integrative bargaining, strategies, tactics and best practice negotiation
    2. Identify and explain elements of the negotiation process, including phases of negotiation as well as concepts of trust, power, communication, influence, perception, cognition, emotion and ethics
    3. Understand and critically appreciate third party interventions in dispute resolution, including conciliation, mediation, arbitration and litigation
    4. Apply and critically evaluate models of negotiation behaviour
    5. Understand and apply generic skills in research, analysis, critical evaluation, written communication and group work.

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No entry requirements

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0.125 EFTSL
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