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Orange_2_Presentacion_V2

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  1. 1. ORANGE 2 Harvard Negotiation Styles CRITERIA The 6 principles of Harvard Negotiation Metholodogy PRESENTATION VIDEO 2 Guadalupe de la Mata 1www.innovationforsocialchange.org
  2. 2. INTERESTS: OPTIONS ALTERNATIVES CRITERIA RELATIONSHIP COMMITMENTS 4. Criteria When interests are directly opposed, the parties should use objective criteria to resolve their differences. . Allowing such differences to spark a battle of wills will destroy relationships, is inefficient, and is not likely to produce wise agreements. Decisions based on reasonable standards makes it easier for the parties to agree and preserve their good relationship Guadalupe de la Mata 2 www.innovationforsocialchange.org
  3. 3. INTERESTS: OPTIONS ALTERNATIVES CRITERIA RELATIONSHIP COMMITMENTS 4. Criteria• Ex. You are negotiating your rent with the landlord and cannot reach an agreement. You are trying to apply a win-win solution but: • You want a low price • The landword wants a high price• Bargaining is not the answer• Proposal: negotiate on the basis of objective criteria, independent fron the parties will Guadalupe de la Mata 3 www.innovationforsocialchange.org
  4. 4. INTERESTS: OPTIONS ALTERNATIVES CRITERIA RELATIONSHIP COMMITMENTS 4. Criteria• What are the standards to convince each other that what we propose is fair?• To resolve conflicting interest use independent standards: (Scientific findings, professional standards, or legal precedent,market value, precedent or industry practice)• Is an argument based on objective criteria, independent of the parties will.• Standars should be relevant and widely accepted• The parties must agree which criteria is best for their situation. Criteria should be both legitimate and practical• There are more than one objective criteria for an agreement Guadalupe de la Mata 4 www.innovationforsocialchange.org
  5. 5. INTERESTS: OPTIONS ALTERNATIVES CRITERIA RELATIONSHIP COMMITMENTS 4. Criteria: 3 key points to keep in mind First each issue should be each party must keep an Don´t give in to pressure, approached as a shared open mind. threats, or bribes.search for objective criteria.• Ask for the reasoning • They must be reasonable, • When the other party behind the other partys and be willing to stubbornly refuses to be suggestions. reconsider their positions reasonable, the first party• Using the other parties when there is reason to. may shift the discussion reasoning to support your from a search for own position can be a substantive criteria to a powerful way to negotiate. search for procedural criteria. Guadalupe de la Mata 5 www.innovationforsocialchange.org
  6. 6. INTERESTS: OPTIONS ALTERNATIVES CRITERIA RELATIONSHIP COMMITMENTS4. Criteria: things to keep in mind •How will they explain the agrement to other parties? •Prepare to help them expain the result •Think of impartial processes to find an objective criteria (obtaining an expert opinion, arbitration…) Guadalupe de la Mata 6 www.innovationforsocialchange.org
  7. 7. INTERESTS: OPTIONS ALTERNATIVES CRITERIA RELATIONSHIP COMMITMENTS4. Criteria Preparation (summary) Frame each issue as a joint search for objective criteria Ask “What’s your theory?” Reason and be open to reason Never yield to pressure Guadalupe de la Mata 7 www.innovationforsocialchange.org

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