Ask yourself these 7 questions when preparing for a negotiation
Once we can find out what the shared interests are, we can find many ways to address certain demands of the negotiating party which may not be a hassle for us.
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The most successful negotiators don't entertain dirty tricks in negotiation but instead strive to reach agreements that are satisfactory to both parties.
But if you find yourself on...
Used on negotiators who travel long distances: to start meetings while the negotiator's concentration is impeded due to jet lag or fatigue. Jet lag seriously impairs judgement.
Tip for the negotiator: Travel early and leave time for recuperation before meeting the other party. Where you suspect your hosts like to be hospitable, keep news of your early arrival quiet.
A dirty trick often used against people visiting other cultures.
The approach of "but we always do it this way over here" can be difficult to counter if you're not prepared for it.
Tip for the negotiator: If you suspect this approach in advance, have with you a local expert who knows the customs.
It involves working to get the best deal possible for yourself while also working to ensure that your counterpart is satisfied.
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Professionals often think of career negotiation as bargaining over an offer package.
Although reaching agreement on pay and benefits is necessary, it is vital to think more broadly ...
Organizations may be very open to shaping negotiations during challenging or fast-changing times,
People often walk blind into a potential negotiation. They lack information on what is negotiable. It is vital to reduce vagueness and ensure that you get a fair opportunity.
Write down all the questions you have.
Find answers from talent professionals, a media search, or contact a professional on LinkedIn who can tell you more about the hiring manager.