I enjoyed the different negotiation situations because I wouldn’t be in those everyday but it is good to practice some difficult negotiations. I like the simulated real life situations. I could easily find myself in any of the examples.

Justo Fuentes, Student, Foothill Ranch, CA, U.S.A.

[What I liked most about the course was] learning patience and sticking to your guns even when it is tempting to give in.

Linda Hurshman, Arizona State University (student), San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.

I found it easy to concentrate when there was no time line, especially after a day at work.

Robert File, Ontario Ministry of Labour, Canada

The module summary notes are excellent, and the real life exercises are very relevant.

Mark-Denis McGrath, Nalcor Energy, St. John’s, NL, Canada

It was enjoyable to take the course on-line and harder than I thought!! [What I liked most about the course was] the ease to be able to do it one module at a time when I was free.

Jane Fader, William Osler Health System, Brampton, ON, Canada

I surprised myself when I realized I had sat for 5 1/2 hours and completed the course in one sitting — that more or less proves how engaging it was. Fabulous! Certainly informative and very educational, while easy and fun to use.

Lynn Catzman, Educator and former teacher, Toronto, ON, Canada

The scenarios really helped me understand the principles of negotiation. The interactive feature of the course really not only helped me learn how to apply the negotiation techniques, but also made it super fun to study.

Renata Haley, Ryerson LPP – Law Practice Program, Toronto, ON, Canada

I liked the variety of scenarios and lessons therein! I liked that they were challenging and offered guidance to the correct answer. The lesson about not being competitive was well demonstrated!

Lori Floer, Arizona State University (student), Phoenix, AZ, U.S.A.

Opened up avenues for negotiating I hadn’t considered before. [What I liked most about the course was] the different options and results of those options and the ability to redo – something you don’t get to do in real life!

Manpreet Athwal, Ryerson LPP – Law Practice Program, Innisfil, ON, Canada

This is a brilliant course. I liked the simulated modules. It helped me to get more involved with the situations.

S.M. Ahraful Karim