How To Increase Your Power In A Negotiation: Keep Very Good Records

If we ran the world, and we don’t (yet), then every time that we started a negotiation we’d be in control of how it was going to go. We’d be able to control what issues the other side would object to and which ones they’d be willing to go along with. When an objection came … Read moreHow To Increase Your Power In A Negotiation: Keep Very Good Records

Two Tips For Making Negotiating On The Phone Work For You

Ah, the phone negotiation. This type of negotiation is just like negotiating face-to-face with all of the same negotiation styles and negotiating techniques, right? Umm, actually no, it isn’t. There are a lot of things that you and I know that we need to do when we are negotiating face-to-face that it can be all … Read moreTwo Tips For Making Negotiating On The Phone Work For You

How To Take Control Of A Negotiation

I’m sure that you’ve been involved in a negotiation in the past in which after you made it though all of the negotiation styles and negotiating techniques that were being used, the thought of “who’s actually in control of this negotiation” ran through your head at some point in time. I know that this has … Read moreHow To Take Control Of A Negotiation

Why Every Negotiator Should Have A “Deal Book”

Let’s face it: negotiating is a complicated process even before you start thinking about all of the negotiation styles and negotiating techniques that are involved. There may a number of different people involved, you may be discussing many different issues, and don’t even get me started on all of the dates and places that can … Read moreWhy Every Negotiator Should Have A “Deal Book”

How To Not Be A Pushover In Your Next Negotiation

In order to reach a deal with the other side of the table, you are going to have to be flexible. However, this brings up the interesting question: just exactly how flexible are you going to have to be? The one thing that you don’t want to allow to happen is for the other side … Read moreHow To Not Be A Pushover In Your Next Negotiation