Master Negotiators Competition

http://gafccommunity.co.uk/event/gcf-football-coaching-home-education-project/2019-12-19/?ical=1 The Master Negotiators Competition (MNC) is a semester-long challenge during which students compete in teams to complete the most real-life negotiations. The main purpose of the MNC is to provide an incentive to participants to practice their negotiation skills outside the classroom.

Seroquel for sale Once the semester is over, members of the wining team(s) receivethe title of Master Negotiator and extra course credit.

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Competition Rules

The rules below are subject to change throughout the semester to ensure the fairness of the competition.

  1. Participants compete in teams of 3 or 4 members, and negotiate throughout the semester deals in their personal lives involving real money.
  2. Teams compete in two categories: 
    • Number of Negotiations: The average number of negotiations per team member
    • Return on Negotiations: The average amount of money gained and saved via negotiation, capped to 500 CAD per negotiation:
      • As a buyer: the savings incurred.
      • As a seller: the difference between the amount sold for and the average market selling price for the good or service.
  3. Only negotiations involving money can count towards a team’s score.
    • Negotiations are not just purchases or sales; negotiation must be involved.
    • Receiving something for free without proof of negotiation does not count. 
  4. For a negotiation to count towards a team’s score, participants are required to provide documentation to the TA.
    • Proof of negotiation between buyer and seller (e.g. texts, e-mails, contract) 
    • Proof of amount saved or gained (e.g. receipts, bills, credit card statements)
  5. If a negotiation provides a repeated benefit (e.g. increase is monthly salary), the RON will count for 3 months, for a maximum of 500CAD.
  6. Teams’ scores for each category are averaged by the number of members in the team. Tallies are released on a weekly basis. 

Past Results

I have run the MNC is all of my negotiation sections in the BCom and the MBA programs since 2017.

YearCourseEnrollmentNumber of NegotiationsReturn on Negotiations
2017ORGB-325-00145105$9,907
2017ORGB-633-0011534$8,275
2018ORGB-325-0013786$12,399
2018ORGB-325-00243112$11,085
2019ORGB-325-00140181$16,140
2019ORGB-325-0022692$15,480
2020ORGB-325-00120209$30,004
2020ORGB-325-0021653$4,240
2021ORGB-325-00136182$20,151
2021ORGB-325-00234149$17,203
∑ = 312∑ = 1203∑ = $144,884

Hall of Fame

The students below have won the MNC in their section in one or both categories.

Fall 2019 – ORGB-325-001

Return on Negotiations

  • Tina Garabedian
  • Harrison Black
  • Morenike Adewuyi
  • Shira Wachtel

Number of Negotiations

  • Hannah Boshari
  • Caroline Landolt
  • Stephan Thomas-Adams
  • Dolev Shaked

Fall 2019 – ORGB-325-002

Return on Negotiations & Number of Negotiations

  • James Akkaoui
  • Rachel Seo
  • Nina Ni

Fall 2020 – ORGB-325-001

Return on Negotiations

  • Maya Astrologo
  • Younes Mohamad
  • Leila Bakkioui
  • Nicoletta Athanasopoulos

Number of Negotiations

  • Eva Ren
  • Nicholas De Francisco Paul
  • Maxime Lakat
  • Jasmine Saluja

Fall 2020 – ORGB-325-002

Return on Negotiations

  • Alexia Guay
  • Sophie Milway
  • Khadijatou Sarr
  • Ioana Calatrou

Number of Negotiations

  • Ian Chung
  • Melanie Hu
  • James Mulvaney
  • Yin Lai Wang

Fall 2021 – ORGB-325-001

Return on Negotiations & Number of Negotiations

Fall 2021 – ORGB-325-002

Return on Negotiations & Number of Negotiations