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Discover How Relationships Can Help You Negotiate Even the Most Difficult Conversations
When disputes arise in business and personal relationships, it’s easy to avoid conflict to save the relationship. Nonetheless, it is possible to turn tense disputes into productive negotiations and maintain strong relationships.
In this free special report – Working Together Toward Conflict Resolution on the Job and at Home – negotiation experts offer advice on understanding how relationships can help you negotiate even the most difficult conversations. Throughout the report, you will discover how to build rapport, manage conflict in long-term relationships, and negotiate business decisions with colleagues or family members.
This free special report provides strategies on successfully negotiating difficult disputes, preserving relationships, and reaching mutually beneficial agreements.
You will discover how to:
- Foster relationships by building rapport
- Manage conflict in long-term relationships
- Negotiate business decisions with family members
In this valuable report, you’ll uncover proven strategies and techniques for dealing with difficult conversations.
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The approaches outlined in this report highlight the importance of negotiation training, skills, and knowledge.
You will learn how to:
- Build rapport
Shrew negotiators are proactive rapport builders who understand the power of face-to-face discussions, small talk, and active listening. Learn how to employ these techniques for more productive and successful negotiations.
- Manager conflict
Being able to manage difficult conversations is a critical skill for managers who need to change group culture, manage conflict, and give negative feedback. Effective managers understand that ever difficult conversation is made up of three conversations. Being prepared for these negotiations is key to negotiation success.
- Negotiation business with family
Because of the risk posed to relationships outside of the office, many avoid confrontations with family. Yet, working through difficult disputes can preserve both business and family relationships if you understand the four guidelines for negotiating with family members.
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Robert H. Mnookin
Samuel Williston Professor of Law
Faculty Chair, Program on Negotiation
Harvard Law School