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Successful Negotiation Skills

Successful Negotiation Skills

Have you ever heard these words, “That’s it! Take it or leave it!” or “Don’t tell me to do this again! I will not!” or have you said these words yourself: “I am wasting my time with you! Negotiating with you is a completely useless activity!” or “I will meet you in the courthouse soon. […]

Negotiating Styles For Men And Women

Negotiating Styles For Men And Women

Why is a negotiation style important? Although you may profess to be an expert with people, and think that you know how to interact with different types of people, do you actually know the importance of a negotiating style? Do you know how advantageous it can be if you were to know all about your […]

Brush Up Your Negotiation Skills With These Effective Ways!

Brush Up Your Negotiation Skills With These Effective Ways!

Do you really struggle to get your essential resources from others? If so, you may need to refresh your negotiation skills in turn to achieve the necessary resources from others successfully. Effective negotiation can help you significantly to resolve any kind of complicated situations and to find an efficient solution that will satisfy both parties. […]

Two Types of Contact in Managing Conflicts

Two Types of Contact in Managing Conflicts

when communicating by means of a conflict of sorts, many styles of contacts are there that people can have with one another. Below we will demonstrate you two styles particularly. They are “Collaboration” and “Obliging.” An individual with knowledge of these styles can select the style most apt for a specific conflict. During conflict, once […]

The Anatomy of Your Posture in Communication

The Anatomy of Your Posture in Communication

Since body language often speaks louder then words, a “posture of involvement” is particularly important in listening. Each region of the body can be oriented in such a way that it invites, facilitates, or holds an interpersonal relation.Or it can be oriented so as to break off, discourage, or avoid involvement. Communication tends to be […]

The Significance of Body Language in Negotiations

The Significance of Body Language in Negotiations

While body language has been a source of interpersonal understanding from the very beginning of the human race, only in the past few decades has behavioral scientists started producing methodical observations of nonverbal meanings. They have developed complex notational systems, layered people interacting for slow-motion frame-by-frame analysis, and performed thousands of other experiments. The scientific […]

Negotiable or Nonnegotiable - Checking the Veracity

Negotiable or Nonnegotiable – Checking the Veracity

An important part of negotiating is understanding: what is negotiable? Or to turn the question around, what is not negotiable? Think about it for a moment. Is there anything that is not negotiable? Argument on Death is Nonnegotiable Some people might argue that death is nonnegotiable. There is an old bromide: “Nothing is sure but […]

How to Make Use of the Leverage?

The strength of each party’s position is leverage and it is the key strategic element in any negotiation. When you observe the leverage in a negotiation, you should ask who has it and who doesn’t? Who has the better bargaining position and why? How can I use my leverage to my greatest advantage ? As […]