Impasse & deadlock

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Impasse & deadlock

  1. 1. Impasses and Deadlocks Presented by- Ankur Luthra (IMB2010023) Arnima Srivastava (IMB2010041)
  2. 2. What is an Impasse? The word impasse may refer to any situation in which no progress can be made. • A bargaining impasse occurs when the two sides negotiating an agreement are unable to reach an agreement and become deadlocked.
  3. 3. Effect of an impasse- • almost invariably mutually harmful – either as a result of direct action – or simply due to the resulting delay in negotiating a mutually beneficial agreement.
  4. 4. Resiliency (A tool for breaking impasse)- “The human capacity to face, overcome and be strengthened by experiences of extreme adversity” In the international negotiation context it can be a critical factor facilitating the emergence of success in the face of failure
  5. 5. Negotiation resilience – The capacity of negotiating parties to recover from actual or anticipated setbacks, stalemates and deadlocks experienced in the negotiation process by finding ways to restart the process. It can help negotiators in achieving negotiated outcomes when they face real or potential failures.
  6. 6. Thank You

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