[ni-goh-shee-ey-shuh n] [prin-suh-puh l]
The primary decision making authority in a negotiation. Third party agents will often represent the interests or objectives of a principal in a negotiation.
Camp David Third Party Intervener
This Camp David case study shows how a third party intervener can assist two deadlocked negotiating parties to find a resolution.
Third Party Agents
This case study discusses how third party agents can negatively impact our business contracts
Serving Food at a Negotiation Meeting
Yes, usually serving food is a good idea. This is a question that seems to be address only on the best negotiation training workshops. Generally speaking, the more informal and less