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In Kissinger’s book, Ending the Vietnam War : A History of America’s Involvement in and Extrication from the Vietnam War, he recounts the following observation. The American delegation made arrangements to occupy 3 floors in a prominent hotel in Paris. … Continue reading
Salary negotiations are a bit of an enigma. They have all of the elements of a Hard Bargaining situation: Limited variables Price is the main focal point (Salary) There are usually multiple applicants vying for the same position Yet a salary … Continue reading
You can’t have a collaboration over price. Price is always win-lose. What you gain the other party loses (or pays) and vice versa. There is no way to grow the proverbial pie when it comes to price. Unfortunately as luck … Continue reading
The Wheel of Negotiation is a visual representation demonstrating the relationship of the different negotiating styles across many different characteristics. The right-hand side of the Wheel captures the distributive negotiations while the left-hand side illustrates the integrative or collaborative … Continue reading
The single most influential determinant in any type of negotiation is YOU! Your behavior (and that of the other party) determines the style of negotiation. The law of reciprocity dictates as you become aggressive the other party is more likely … Continue reading