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When we negotiate, the first thing that needs to be established is whether we have two or more parties that have a common objective, but also differ in ideas when it comes to how they achieve the objective. The principle behind negotiating is to finding the middle ground that is suitable for both parties involved...
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Not all negotiation ends in satisfactory compromise, sometimes negotiations can take a long time to conclude because, there is no common ground, or no one is willing to compromise. When this happens we have what is called a standoff, and this can lead to an argument and in many cases "NO DEAL".
There are two main ways negotiations can be approached, cooperative or competitive...
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