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The Four Phases of The Negotiation Process
'Let us never negotiate out of fear. But let us never fear to negotiate.' John F. Kennedy If you sit down and analyse your negotiation preparation,certain patterns should begin to appear. It's like putting a jigsaw puzzle together. Without
Camp David Third Party Intervener
There are occasions when negotiating parties cannot see the forest for the trees. They are unable to see past their own goals and interests which prevent them from arriving at a successful negotiated multiparty agreement. These are the instances
Your concession strategy is a plan of the goals / positions and sometimes the underlying interests that you will be trading with the other party. Before you enter the negotiations, at the very least you should have clarity on your and the other
IMF World Bank Debt Governance and Corruption
I read with a knowing smile your words: 'say... they have committed mischief'. For those who invest the time to make themselves knowledgeable by reading about the IMF's corruption and debt governance, particularly from trusted reputable
Understanding the Five Negotiation Styles People often ask, "which is the best negotiation style?" As with much management theory, there is no single "best" approach. All five profiles of dealing with stressful and high-pressure negotiations
Gates of Heaven
Many negotiation training courses make use of negotiation games in order to teach their delegates useful principles of negotiation, psychology or influence in a fun and interactive environment. Some games are played between pairs, whilst
Influencing Decisions in Risk Averse Organisations
Welcome to negotiating internally within the constraints of most risk or loss averse corporate hierarchies. Telling you that you're not alone doesn't go very far to helping you make progress. So here are a few hot spot areas to focus your attention
Do You Know When They're Lying?
Is lying just a part of negotiation? Recent studies about lying revealed that complete strangers lie to one another at least three times within the first couple of minutes of meeting one another. Additional research declares that you will
The Cost of Death on Chinese Roads
Overview Mark Rogers is an English expatriate in Beijing, where he is the finance director of the branch of a U.S. multinational. He has been in China for seven years, during most of which he has held a Chinese driving license and driven on Chinese
Principled Negotiation is an interest-based approach to negotiation that focusses primarily on conflict management and conflict resolution. Principled negotiation uses an integrative approach to finding a mutually shared outcome.
Negotiation Contract Bidding Process: Defending your Business
Very often we deal with the problem at hand, never noticing that we've completely missed the 'real' issue. So I suggest that you step back from the contract bidding process or tender negotiation and ask yourself a few negotiation questions.
What's the Difference Between Contract RFT RFQ RFP RFI?
Contract negotiation training graduates often ask us to explain four key terms: RFI, RFQ, RFT, and RFP. These processes have grown in popularity in procurement and purchasing. This is especially so in larger buying organizations. Only the
The Panama Canal Negotiations
The successful construction of the Panama Canal was one of the world's great engineering feats. The negotiations to complete and build this vital connector between two oceans spans decades. The cost in human lives, suffering, and capital
A formal agreed upon list of goals to be achieved or items to be discussed in a particular order during a meeting or negotiation. Agendas can be formal and obvious, or informal and subtle in negotiations. A negotiation agenda can be used to control
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 people present, the more collaborative your meeting will
Sales Negotiation Training
Close more deals at higher Revenue & Margins. Tool-sets to keep control.
"Excellent content. New and immediate tools. Informality, flexibility and ideas for further exploration - all good. I liked the fast pace and, in particular, the session on Sales Negotiation Success factors - very good practice. I also enjoyed the session on Persuasion - excellent. Excellent trainer. Very good framework and systematic training. The tools