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    with employees. Using these types of forums will allow employees to voice their concerns in a non-threating way and allow free flow of thoughts and ideas. Employees who share their ideas are more committed to change and contribute positively to a corporation. This will allow the company to maintain a competitive advantage over its competitors. The last technique, negotiation, utilizes the process of identifying concerns surrounding the change and addressing each of those concerns in a way that is beneficial for both the company and the employees. Managers look to identify incentives to use as bargaining tools in exchange for participation in the change event. The negotiation technique should be positive and used in a manner that ends in a win-win situation and all parties walk away with an encouraging outlook on the change. Perhaps, if a company makes a change to their health care plans and employees have voiced economic concerns about the cost incurred by the change. In using this technique, negotiation takes place addressing all concerns. The result would be the company would still install the change but the health care cost would not increase. This would help the company keep its operating cost low and in turn, create increases in its market share. For a company to stay competitive, continual change must take place. Yet, with continual change comes with employee resistance to change. Each employee’s reason to resist change can be different and can be different from one…

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    people on a daily basis, whether it is in your professional life or your personal life. The inability to negotiate effectively could debilitate a business just as fast as if the business lost a big customer. Even though we may think that negotiation will come naturally when we are faced with a situation that requires it; however, many of us do not realize that it is not as common as we think. We tend to let our emotions take over. This week, we discussed things that can improve our negotiation…

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    Like using the escapist style, competitive style and cooperative style to manage the conflict. Also, I learnt that managing the conflict well can be beneficial to one another. So that I can achieve the win-win situation which both of us can meet our goals and our relationship can be improved. It will be useful in my life since I will have lots of chances to handle a conflict. If I own different great communication skills, I can avoid the direct conflict and fighting that might be harmful to the…

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    FAR Legal Case Study

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    According to the FAR competitive range identifies proposals that have a reasonable chance of being selected for award of a contract. Competitive range is the qualified range of offers for a competitive procurement. Competitive range is outlined in FAR Part 15 and requires the contracting officer (KO) to determine a competitive range of the most highly rated proposals. A competitive range is determined on the basis of the ratings of each proposal against all evaluation factors. The KO may limit…

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    Hockey Game Win The team has been building strength and speed. We have had a lot of practices, and my team has had a lot of training to get in the best shape possible. At first, we were losing every game because we were learning to find each other on the ice. Now, we know each other better, and we are passing and creating plays. Tonight, we play Brampton. We have not played them yet this year. We know they have won some games, and they are higher than us in the standings. The coach says, “We…

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    As a state department representative (which may well be social worker too), on what ethical grounds can you feel justified in enforcing the law? The state department representative an ethical responsibility to “take adequate measures to discourage, prevent, expose, and correct the unethical conduct of colleagues” (National Association of Social Workers, 2008). The social worker is not acting ethical following the enactment of the new policy as she continues to allow the paraprofessionals to…

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    resolve the disputes, by focusing on both parties’ interests. I asked the opposing party “what would your client need and want in order to be happy and continue production” (Quintin). Brett and Goldberg approaches to resolving disputes demonstrate that by concentrating “on interests provides the opportunity for learning about the parties’ common concerns, priorities, and preferences” (Brett, Goldberg). To propose a resolution between Labrador Entertainment and Raven Reynolds my objective was to…

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    they kidnap Red Chief, it ends up being a mess and he ends up causing much trouble. In the end, the two men end up giving the parents money to take him back. The author, O. Henry, portrays the theme that taking advantages of a situation can lead to its own problems down the road. In the text, the two men take advantage of their situation by thinking that they will just steal the kid and get the money. The initial plan for the men was to take the kid Away from his family so that they…

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    principles of compliance which is consistency in order to persuade him step by step. Therefore, after long conversation, he told me that he maybe can asked his manager for more discount for me. And the final price would be USD $14,900. Eventually, I asked him would he mind giving me some extra accessories? He agreed with me to give me an accessories set such as all-weather floor mats, carpet cargo mat, key finder and so on. Therefore, we made a good deal.  Post-Negotiation As a result, he sold…

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    other side feel bad and easily can get more from the other party. My goal is to learn how to be more comfortable when negotiating with people so I don’t need to struggle when given a situation to negotiate at work in the future. I have strength and weakness that I want to improve to become a better negotiator. I like to learn more negotiation tactics that can help me achieve the outcome, I desire while interacting with people. Negotiating can take up to weeks or months making a decision…

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