Founded in 1966, The Negotiation Institute is the leading provider of negotiation skills training and consulting worldwide. Our programs are customized to the specific needs of our clients, and we dedicate ourselves to maintaining the utmost standard of excellence. Our focus on innovative training methods and the utilization of cutting-edge technology enhances our global reach.
We offer on-site training seminars and consulting in the areas of negotiation, leadership, sales, procurement, supply chain management and presentation skills to the largest national and multinational corporations, governments, regulatory agencies, small businesses, educational institutions, associations, institutes, and other organizations worldwide.
What makes us different
Training - whether driving profit or driving costs - ultimately defines the future and sustainability of every organization. In order to optimize your investment in human capital, we’ve mapped out the criteria, or ‘the TNI difference’ that impacts ROI.
Training by experts, not facilitators
TNI Faculty is a diverse team of specialized experts, renowned globally for their impact, expertise and thought leadership in the areas that define success in today’s business environment. In addition to being familiar with the challenges, solutions, nuances, current trends and best practices in your industry,
TNI Faculty bring their programs to life through sharing their ‘war stories’ and developing customized case studies that apply directly to your team and their specific needs. Our clients see real results that they weren’t able to achieve with one-size-fits-all training led by internal or external facilitators.
Almost 50 years of corporate training
The Negotiation Institute was founded in 1966 to provide organizations with skills to help overcome the challenges of leadership and profitability while creating sustainable relationships where “everybody wins”. The relationships we’ve built with our loyal client base have been a testament to the bottom line results we help them achieve.
The key is not just to negotiate, but to negotiate in ways that work best for women.
I wish I had attended a summit like this all those many years ago when I first started, but of course they didn‰Ûªt exist.
Negotiation plays a part in my day from the moment I wake up until the moment I go to sleep.