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The Book

Prepare yourself for True negotiating success

In Authentic Negotiating, Corey Kupfer teaches:

  • The three keys to true negotiating success
  • Common myths and mistakes surrounding negotiations.
  • The top 6 reasons why negotiations fail.
  • The 5 steps to being a great negotiator.
  • How to handle inauthentic negotiating tactics.
  • CPR – A negotiating saving framework.

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The Authentic Negotiating Success Quiz

Discover if you’re an authentic negotiator, or if you need to do some tough inner-work to make a real impact on your success.

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The Expert

Meet Authenticity and negotiating guru, Corey Kupfer!

Corey Kupfer is an expert strategist, dealmaker and business consultant with more than 30 years of professional negotiating experience as a successful entrepreneur and attorney.

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How to Negotiate Across Cultures

How to Negotiate Across Cultures

Cultural barriers shouldn’t cause negotiations to stall out. Karen was assigned to a team that had to negotiate a sizable deal with a Japanese company. As a young associate, she was eager to help her firm, achieve their objectives, and hopefully sustain a lasting...

How You Can Build Better Business Relationships

How You Can Build Better Business Relationships

What’s the one thing your company can do to strengthen its relationships? Business relationships are hard, right? There’s so much background noise and posturing and it makes being our true selves nearly impossible. It’s not what you know, it’s who you know. Part...

What Your Tells Really Say

What Your Tells Really Say

What are your tells in a negotiation really saying? In my experience, true tells indicate that you’re letting fear, scarcity, or ego dictate your emotions and behaviors. You’re afraid of losing the deal, you’re afraid that you won’t “win” enough for your client, or...