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Mike McCormac presents a simple five step framework to enable successful international negotiations. To see the accompanying video, go to ...

Mike McCormac presents a simple five step framework to enable successful international negotiations. To see the accompanying video, go to http://www.business-survival-skills.com/international-negotiation/

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    International Negotiation Rotoract Limassol International Negotiation Rotoract Limassol Presentation Transcript

    • NEGOTIATION FROMAN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE Mike McCormac Business Growth Consultant
    • WHAT IS THE BIG FACTOR? Two styles of business relationship Transactional Relational“Fulfil the Contract” “I trust you”
    • THE NEGOTIATION MODEL What is the Goal?Analysis Options Action
    • GOALSWhat is YOUR goal? What is THEIR goal? Nothing else matters  What do they want? Are your actions taking you  Can we meet that? towards your goal?  Are there any personal Goals should be SMART motivations or goals to consider?
    • ANALYSISPeople Perceptions and Options interests Who are their  “Make the pie people?  What is a start point bigger” Are they both sides agree?  What has more value empowered?  Where are the gaps to them than us? Any third parties in perceptions?  What has more value who could influence  Any ‘standards’ that to us than them? them? can be applied?  What can be traded What cultural or linked? differences? What is their style?
    • OPTIONSBrainstorm Risks What is a great outcome? The “bigger the pie”,  What are your risks the better and how could you  Are there other ways manage them? of looking at the The more options, the “bigger the pie”  What risks will they same facts? want to avoid?  How can our Crazy options are not always so crazy  How could you help proposition be made them manage their most appealing? risks?
    • ACTIONHow is the Commitment in Keep thingsnegotiation run? baby steps moving along Position peer-to-peer  A small ‘yes’ is easy,  What’s the next a big ‘yes’ is hard step? Be clear who is marking who  Get commitments in  What’s the deadline? the way they make (You’re NEVER in a Try and have an commitments hurry!) observer to watch body language  Are you sure they’re  Who is going to do committed? what? Listen more than you speak Keep things moving
    • SUMMARYPreparation is everything The international dimension Aim for no surprises Try to get them to prepare as  Be sensitive to different cultural much as you do factors  Think harder about their perceptions and try to test your thinking  Use as much as you can of their approach and standards
    • THANK YOUKeep in touch!• Mike McCormac  LinkedIn  Twitter @mikemccormac  Email mike@business-survival-skills.com