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Emotional Consideration

Emotional Consideration

Take emotions into consideration. Negotiators used to assume that eliminating emotion from the process would create the most logical (i.e., best) outcome. But what we understand now through neurological research is that there is no way to cut people’s feelings out of the process. Nor is it desirable to do so. In reality, suppressing emotions—specifically negative emotions—will hurt the process.

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Clinical Operations Manager overseeing the daily operations of Menara Clinics, ensuring all doctors & staffs perform their jobs effectively & the patients receive quality care in a clean, safe environment & provided the best healthcare options.

Negotiation is key element not just in leadership but also in team management. As a Clinic Manager it is very important to equip oneself with negotiating tools to deal with doctors, patients and staffs.

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