We negotiate every day — with employers, coworkers, neighbors, landlords, parents, merchants, service providers, etc. Determining what price we will pay, the amount of our salary and compensation, where to go on vacation, and who will clean the kitchen are all negotiations. Although negotiations are a ubiquitous part of our lives, many know little about the strategy and psychology of negotiating effectively. Why do we sometimes get our way, while other times we walk away feeling frustrated by our inability to achieve our objectives? This course utilizes psychological science to teach you how to negotiate in a way that simultaneously maximizes economic outcomes and strengthens relationships. With multiple opportunities for hands-on practice and abundant real-life illustrations, this course provides concrete techniques that you can apply immediately in your personal and professional life.