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    transformational leader. However, even the best leaders have areas of improvement. As we progress throughout our careers, we all need to adapt to continuously changing environments, learn how to build upon our strengths, and not be afraid to expose our weaknesses. In three to five years, I will become a Master Sergeant in the Air Force, and as such, I want to be perceived by my supervisors, peers, and subordinates as a team leader that inspires them to reach their highest potential. The first, and largest, area of needed improvement is emotional flexibility. By varying my approach in dealing with my own emotions and those of others, I will become…

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    Introduction Negotiation is a process of dynamic communication in which two or more parties attempt to settle differences and defend interests directly through dialogue in order to achieve a solution or a satisfactory agreement. In this paper I will discuss the important rules in negotiation and what to avoid during a negation. Importance of Negotiations The description of a work often includes negotiation skills as a desirable quality in a charge applicants list, however the ability to trade…

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    Rational Decision Making

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    multi-party negotiations, if all involved act rationally. It is the most precise provided everyone acts rationally. The negatives to this approach are that it is extremely tedious to look at every possible outcome and it relies on everyone acting rational, which is never a guarantee. An alternative to this approach is decision-analytic…

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    Fisher and Ury talk about the Best Alternative To a Negotiated Agreement (BATNA) (2012). The authors explain that "[t]he reason you negotiate is to produce something better than the results you can obtain without negotiation. What are those results? What is that alternative? What is your BATNA -- your Best Alternative To a Negotiated Agreement? That is the standard against which any proposed agreement should be measured" (Fisher & Ury, 2012, p. 102). Using this concept in analyzing Silver 's…

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    The S-TLC system. The S-TLC system is an initialism representing the terms, Stop, Think, Listen, and Communicate (Abigail & Cahn, 2011). As one of the most common and wield used communication tools, each concept is in a specific order with should be followed in a conflict resolution situation to obtain the best result from this specific method (Abigail & Cahn, 2011). Stop. In this context, stop means to stop the interaction and calm down (Abigail & Cahn, 2011). To stop can mean simply counting…

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    1. Give an example of how you separated the character you negotiated against from the problem you were trying to solve with that character (i.e., how you focused on just the problem instead of the other negotiator’s attitude) in either the Artist/Manager or the Partnership Dissolution negotiation. (10 points) The artist in the scenario was flighty and seemed to have had another offer. The “problem” was to make sure that both of our interests were being met. In this scenario, I was very…

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    bring in someone new to the negotiation because she was able to reframe the situation for the negotiating parties. By framing the situation to say both parties had a fault and acknowledging to the other party that she understood and agreed with certain arguments, the emotions between the parties were able to simmer enough to come to an agreement. After Amanda came in to talk with Jim’s representatives the company group did experience some losses due to us acknowledging the fault we had in the…

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    interest and value of both parties. Found out their interest, what do they value, what are your unique skills and work experience, and what do you bring to the table. Step 3 is to know your BATNA, which is the best alternative to a negotiated agreement. Step 4 is practice by negotiating small items, its good to do a little exercise like call your cell phone provider and ask an easy question like “ Am I getting the best possible rate?” Finally step 5 is simply just asking for it and remember you…

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    I will be considering “The Salary Negotiation” exercise for the purpose of this paper. My role was of the candidate and my primary goal was to negotiate the salary to at least match my best alternative. At the end of the negotiation, we agreed upon a salary of $98,000, Moving reimbursement of $6000, start date- June 1, 5% bonus, Matching Stock Options, Salary increment after 3 years- $110,000 and an 8% bonus. I entered this course with a very minimal knowledge on negotiations. I was unaware of…

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    Getting To Yes Analysis

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    the losing side. Fisher, Ury, and Patton shows three ways of negotiating: soft, hard, and principled negotiation. This principled is the common ground of agreeing for the benefit of both sides and agreeing based on the reasoning not the people behind the reason (pg._____). One specific scenario of my family with conflict is my brother and I arguing over our fathers orders. Using Fisher, Ury, and Patton 's book Getting to Yes (2011) there is new ways to negotiate the conversation to get to an…

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