3 edition of Negotiating difference found in the catalog.
Thesis (M.Sc.) - University of Surrey, 1997.
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|Pagination||xvi, 79 p. :|
|Number of Pages||49|
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For instance, a vice president of a U. Black Swan theory tells us that things happen that were previously thought to be impossible, or never thought of at all. " After providing the label, go silent. When we train ourselves to both know and define these interests, we can become effective in appreciating and understanding Negotiating difference full extent of the dispute.
Ask for a freebie and buy in bulk. There are advantages on your side that place you in a strong bargaining position• Michael Harris Bond, a psychology professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, found that Chinese children are better at seeing the big picture, while American children have an easier time focusing on the details. In China, the intermediary—not the negotiator—first brings up the business issue to be discussed.
People getting concessions often feel better about the bargaining process than those who are given a single, firm, "fair" offer. It means the other party is uncomfortable, does not understand, wants to consult someone else, and so on.but you're actually guiding them, and forcing them to see things your way. What are the 7 rules of negotiation? It's about correctly understanding the other person's point of Negotiating difference and situation -Contrary to popular belief you get a better deal when both parties know your deadline -We are all irrational and we are all emotional -Use calibrated questions to collect information that start with what and how never use why which is accusatory -Repeatedly asking calibrated open how questions is a way to say no without making others feel like they've lost control -The objective is not to get others to say "yes" it's to get them to say "that's right" keep asking calibrated questions until they say "that's right" -To understand who all the decision-makers are, ask open Negotiating difference like "how does this affect the rest of the team?
Negotiating difference can never "split the difference"--a euphemism for compromise--because to compromise in a hostage negotiation is to lose a life or many lives.
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The less the other negotiator knows about our interests, the better our position. A confirmation yes is a reflexive response to a black-and-white question, a simple affirmation with no promise of action.
The faster you can label fears, the faster you can stop the swelling of fear, and the quicker you can build feelings of safety, well-being, and trust. It was amazing and I was sooooo proud of myself! Even subtly mimic their physical movements. But as I say in my STOP SHOUTING! Mirroring is an intentional way of behaving in order to have a specific effect —i n this case, taking action to help another Negotiating difference feel more at ease.
If the other side does anchor first, keep your aspirations and BATNA at the forefront of your mind, pausing to revisit them as needed.
I would recommend this book to everyone!!! The author, Chris Voss, is an expert hostage negotiator for the FBI.
Moreover, the Chinese are skilled in using delay as a persuasive tactic.