Haggling with culturally-different individuals is one of the most frustrating experiences faced by mainstream American and Canadian business people.
The USA’s culture and Canada’s culture are “buying cultures” whereas most culturally-different individuals come from countries which have a strong “haggling culture”. They are culturally programmed to believe they must haggle to make sure they do not pay too high a price for something.
Bill’s commitment is to provide the highest level of intercultural understanding, insights, and information to clients.
Mainstream Americans and Canadians have little knowledge, if any, about how to be as successful as possible haggling. Indeed, sales people often feel like “haggling victims” when trying to sell to culturally-different prospects.
I have researched the countries around the world that are haggling cultures in order to learn their secrets of how to haggle successfully.
This research shows that there are 50 “Do’s” and “Don’ts” secrets of how to haggle” successfully. We now offer information-rich training on the secrets of haggling. Interested?
We enhance the value of this seminar by incorporating in the seminar the highly regarded Cultural Comparison Tool that has been used by 75% of the Fortune 500 companies. This intercultural tool enables clients to see where they will have significant cultural gaps with individuals from one/more specific countries and recommends the adaptive behaviours they should use.
Complimentary Post-Training Support
For our clients who have asked us for a customized seminar, we provide complimentary post-training support to make sure they achieve the highest possible ROI from their investment in cross-cultural training from our company. Specifically: Implementation Coaching; Monthly Cultural Events Report; and Cultural Profiles.F
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