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    Honesty In Negotiation

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    Assignment Choice 2- Honesty in Negotiations Honesty in bargaining has been a wide spread controversy for business organizations and writers alike. While some writers feel that there are certain practices of deception in negotiation that are acceptable, others questions the appeal and frequency of deception (Provis, 2000). Those who pretend to commit to certain agreements not only inflict more costs, but can increase conflict. Although bargaining involves back and forth dialogue of offers and counter offers, manipulation and dishonesty are felt to be unnecessary and unethical tactics. Deceptive Tactics During Negotiations Deceptive tactics during negotiations can cause many negative consequences. For example, blatant dishonestly can increase…

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    Mastery Negotiation

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    Unit 1 and 2 – Mastery Negotiation 1: Planning for a Negotiation A negotiation is a form of decision making in which two or more parties talk with one another in an effort to resolve opposing interests. The process require give and take on the both sides, and can be very complex. It is necessary to prepare and develop a strategy in order to experience successful outcomes to a negotiation and come to a mutual agreement that benefits all parties. Upcoming Negotiation Recently, Ruth Watkins,…

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    Bias In Negotiations

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    *The potential impact of the impact bias on negotiation is straightforward. If people overall are expected to have trouble determining what they really want because of a tendency to overestimate how to achieve that item will affect their sense of well-being, the other party are also likely to have trouble identifying what they really want in the negotiation for the same reason. In negotiations, some may think that taking advantage of the other party’s mistakes is to your benefit. However, it is…

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    The ability to negotiate effectively is very important in both everyday activities and businesses. However, the most crucial areas that commonly require negotiation skills are licensing, purchasing, and contracting agreements. Negotiation is both a rewarding and challenging process. It is defined as the communication process through which two or more parties with different objectives and viewpoints try to arrive at a mutually-satisfactory result on a common issue. The issue may be a business…

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    The Negotiation Process

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    Introduction. Lower-level staff members seldom practice work place negotiations. Negotiations can create the stigma of negative breeding grounds. However, when executed correctly, positive outcomes can ensue. The following example journeys into a personal experience with negotiation that resulted in a beneficial opportunity for all parties involved. Background & Settings. In my undergraduate years, I experienced working part-time in the retail industry, selling wine, spirits, and beer…

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    The goal of all negotiations is to get in a position more beneficial than before the negotiation took place, for all parties involved. The authors of Getting to the Yes, Roger Fisher and William Ury, give directions on how to embark on a negotiation with the four parts of principled negotiation which are separate the people from the problem, focus on interests, not positions, generate options for mutual gain, and insist on using objective criteria. The authors created these four parts of…

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    Negotiation Reflection

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    and I will help you when I will be done. What we did “negotiation” this is what we do on a daily basis, numerous time we are negotiating and are unaware of the fact that we are negotiating. “Negotiation is a process by which we attempt to influence others to help us achieve our needs while at the same time taking their needs into account”. (Lewicki, Saunders, Minton). How we negotiate is really who we are, how much we prepared, and how well we use the knowledge of negotiations as required by the…

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    Decisions In Negotiation

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    Negotiation checklist 1. I will not fall in love with object (job, car, house, etc.) I am trying to negotiate for, and I will always have my BATNA written down. 2. I will not lose the control of my emotion during a negotiation. I will pause for ten seconds before I speak. 3. I will do research on the subject before each negotiation, especially in the area that I am not familiar with. 4. I will be extra careful when using agent in negotiation by not disclosing my reservation price and always…

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    Cultural Negotiation

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    This case is a study of cultural negotiation and understanding. It is important to understand the role of leadership because of the differences in the Japanese vertical-hierarchical leadership structure verses the western horizontal-egalitarian leadership structure (Lewicki, J.R., Saunders, D., & Barry, B., 2011). Kelly is a Canadian citizen and employed as an Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) by the Japan Exchange and Teaching Program (JET) in Soto, Japan. A conflict occurs between Kelly and…

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    Preparing for Negotiation The key to successful negotiations is preparation. Common steps to this critical task include understanding the issue, evaluating each party’s position, setting goals, objectives and expectations and determining what type of negotiation process will be used (Thompson, J., 2009, March). These are just the most critical factors in preparation and should not be considered an all-inclusive list of items, but rather looked at as the bare minimum. Understanding the Issue:…

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