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Negotitation(main presentation)
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In day to day activities negotiation happens at every stage of meeting people knowingly and sometimes unknowingly. Our negotiation strategies inherently affect our success. An Example: a child simply …

In day to day activities negotiation happens at every stage of meeting people knowingly and sometimes unknowingly. Our negotiation strategies inherently affect our success. An Example: a child simply weaps to get a chocolates/ice cream through his/her parent especially when guests are present in the home. When guests are there you can not avoid or can not annoy them. It is a child's strategy of negotiation to get the work done. There are many such examples happens in our day to day life and many are being ignored unknowingly. I have put up a small effort to emphasis value of Negotiation in our day to day life Please have look and suggest more information If you can.

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Kishore Surampalli
B.E, PGD (Power Plant Engineering)

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  • 1. NEGOTIATIONByMr. SURAMPALLI KISHORE
  • 2. The critical possible mistakes1.Entering negotiation with preset mindset2.Not Knowing who has final authority3.Not Knowing what power they have and how to use it4.Starting negotiation with only a general and final goal5. Losing control over important factors .6.Ignoring time and location as negotiating factors.7. Not knowing when to close .
  • 3. The Six Step Approach1. Preparing2. Developing a strategy3. Getting started4. Building understanding5. Bargaining6. Closing
  • 4. Step 1: Preparing for negotiation1st Step: PreparationAssessing strengths andweaknessAssessing the other side’caseSettingObjectives
  • 5. Guidelines for Preparation1.Indentify the real issue in dispute2.Determine you walk away positions3. Assessing SWOT of your self and other party
  • 6. Step 2: Developing a StrategyThe 2nd Step of NegotiationHow to ‘Apply’What ‘Tactics’ to useWhat ‘Style’ to adopt
  • 7. Style of Negotiation
  • 8. The 3rd step of negotiationStep 3:Getting StartedSetting the AgendaOpening theNegotiation
  • 9. Step 4: Building UnderstandingThe 4th Step of NegotiationUsing timing and adjournmentsDiscuss for Future ScopeGettingInformation
  • 10. Step 5: BargainingThe 5th Step of NegotiationMovingtowards anagreementsBreakingdeadlocksTradingconcessions
  • 11. Step 6: ClosingThe 6th Step of NegotiationReviewEnsuring ImplementationFormulating an agreement
  • 12. “Lose the gamebut don’t loseThe Lesson”-Dalailama

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