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Author McCarthy, Alan, 1956- author

Title Advanced negotiation techniques / Alan McCarthy, Steve Hay
Published [California] : Apress, 2015
New York, NY : Distributed to the Book trade worldwide by Springer
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Contents Introduction; Chapter 1: Our Philosophy of Negotiation; A Definition of Negotiation; A Little Bit of Theory; Chapter 2: Strategies for Resolving Conflict; Negotiating Is Not Haggling; Chapter 3: Our Four Negotiation Mantras; Mantra 1: Negotiation Is Perceptual, Not Factual; Mantra 2: Clear Yourself of Emotion and Be Pragmatic; Mantra 3: Negotiation Is Cooperative, Not Competitive; Mantra 4: Rapport First, Understanding Second; Chapter 4: Overview of the Five Phases of Negotiation; Phase 1: Plan; What's the Alternative?; Competitor Analysis; Due Diligence; Information; The Agenda
10: Never Disclose Your Bottom LineSummary of the Ten Golden Rules; Chapter 6: Negotiation Planning in Practice; Chapter 7: The RDC Ten-Point Plan; Plan Point 1: What Is the Reason for the Conflict?; Plan Point 2: What Are the Interests Around These Issues?; Plan Point 3: Analysis of Wants and Needs; Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs; Plan Point 4: Recognition of Common Ground; Plan Point 5: Who Has More Power?; Plan Point 6: Questions to Ask; Plan Point 7: Corral the Information You Have; Plan Point 8: Negotiation Team Roles; Four Team Roles; Leader; Summarizer; Observer; Supporter
Different Types of NegotiationSimilarities and Lessons to Learn; Kidnap for Money; Conclusions on the Hostage Perspective; Chapter 13: Diplomatic Negotiation Perspective; Chapter 14: The Physical Arrangements; Chapter 15: Strategic Framework for Negotiation; Reflective Practice and Coaching in Negotiation; A Common Vocabulary; The Virtual Coach; Chapter 16: Summary and Conclusion; Appendix A: Negotiating Styles; Appendix B: Negotiation Influence Behaviors; Index; About the Authors; Other Apress Business Titles You Will Find Useful
Phase 2: DiscussPhase 3: Propose; This Is Not the Same as a Sales Proposal; What Is Meant by Propose in a Negotiation; Phase 4: Trade; Phase 5: Agree and Confirm; Commitment and Documentation; Chapter 5: Ten Golden Rules for Successful Negotiation; 1: Don't Negotiate Unless You Need To; 2: Never Negotiate with Yourself; 3: Never Accept the First Offer; 4: Never Make the First Offer If You Can Help It; 5: Listen More and Talk Less; 6: There are no Free Gifts; 7: Always Isolate Cost, Price, and Value; 8: Watch Out for the Salami Effect; 9: Never Make a Quick Deal
Summary Advanced Negotiation Techniques provides a wealth of material in a winning combination of practical experience and good research to give you a series of tools, techniques, and real-life examples to help you achieve your negotiation objectives. For 25 years and across 40 countries, the Resource Development Centre (RDC), run by negotiation experts Alan McCarthy and Steve Hay, has helped thousands of people to conduct successful negotiations of every type. Many RDC clients have been business professionals who have learned how to sell more successfully. Others have improved their buying skills. A few clients have applied the RDC techniques outside the business environment altogetherℓ́ℓfor instance, in such areas as international diplomatic services, including hostage and kidnap situations. As youℓ́ℓll discover, the RDC philosophy is centered on business ethics and a principled approach to negotiation that maximizes the value of the outcomes for both parties. It can even create additional value that neither party could find in isolation. In this book, you will learn: The ten golden rules for successful negotiations How to handle conflicts with your negotiating partners What hostage and kidnapping negotiations can teach managers negotiating in business settings How to ensure both sides perceive any agreement as a "win" Achieve higher-profit deals in difficult circumstances In the business world, negotiating with other companies, government officials, and even your colleagues is a fact of life. Advanced Negotiation Techniques takes you through a system for planning and conducting negotiations that will enable you and your team to achieve your negotiation objectives. This is an internationally tried and tested process, with many current Blue Chip organizations applying it daily for a simple reason: the techniques are easy to implement and they work. That makes this book essential reading for those who want to achieve their goals in any area of life
Notes Includes index
English
Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed February 24, 2015)
Subject Negotiation in business.
Form Electronic book
Author Hay, Steve, author
ISBN 1484208501 (electronic bk.)
148420851X (print)
9781484208502 (electronic bk.)
9781484208519 (print)