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Cop26's participating countries have signed up to policies and pledges that will bring challenge to negotiators. What are the key considerations they should take into account when moving forward with environmentally friendly initiatives such as sustainable sourcing?
It may be tempting to simply follow a pre-ordained framework when approaching a negotiation, but the absence of, or limited negotiation – particularly in more complex agreements – can lead to a number of unforeseen and unwelcome consequences.
The behavioral principles that underpin effective negotiation have a far wider application than just deal-making. They can also enrich and improve your confidence, your life, and ultimately your happiness.
Creativity, Planning, Psychology
Tough negotiators who present as assertive, resolute and even, perhaps, aggressive, can be an intimidating counterparty. But a simple three-step process can sway the power balance and leave you well-equipped for a successful outcome.
The fuel crisis in the UK sparks a meditation on what traits make up the perfect negotiator, and how an understanding of humanity in all its diversity is the key to success.
An epic charity bike ride and the intense ups and downs of its preparation have many parallels with the process of planning for and executing a negotiation.
Wellbeing now figures high on the international HR agenda. But what value does negotiating a successful wellbeing program deliver to a company? Tatiana Kozhevnikova of the Wellbeing Academy explains from the perspective of a range of different stakeholders.
The ancient Greek quote that suggests we should talk half as much as we listen is highly pertinent to negotiation. But how to improve your listening skills, particularly in these volatile times? Chris Mercer elaborates.
Successful outcomes are not achieved in the high-pressure moments, but rather in the countless hours of preparation, problem-solving and visualization of the interaction which they are about to undertake.