Negotiation Strategies & Why There are No Failed Negotiations

As the NFL demonstrates, a negotiation isn’t a failure if you don’t reach an agreement. A negotiation can be a failure only after you reach an agreement. Plus: What you need to know about the other party to reach a truly successful agreement. When you’re negotiating, it’s tempting to think that if you don’t reach an agreement […]
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Writing to Persuade: Three Kinds of Evidence You Need

You can learn a lot about being persuasive from two sources: The current state of American political parties and commercials for headache remedies. At the start of 2015, the president of the United States faces a difficult problem: He must deal with a legislature controlled by the opposing party. Obviously, since the president can veto […]
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The 5 Steps of Collaborative Bargaining

I am a big fan of collaborative bargaining when it comes to negotiating at work and with family or friends. Maintaining a good relationship with the other party in those negotiations is one of the desired outcomes I strive to achieve. If the other party also wants to preserve our positive work or personal relationship, […]
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