Ensure a successful negotiation outcome with these 10 key behaviours and strategies.
Research by Huthwaite spanning four decades reveals that most people, in most places, negotiate badly, most of the time.
There are two basic ways to challenge – you either push your alternative ideas at another person, or you ask them questions to challenge their thinking.
To create a feeling of collaboration you need to show Support for the other person. This means finding the areas of common ground on which you can both agree. Sometimes, when we hear a proposal or an opinion put forward with which we don’t agree, or we think we have a ‘better’ idea or opinion it is human nature to jump in with giving our own idea or opinion straightaway.
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Today procurement departments are dealing with all manner of tangible and intangible products. How can they adopt behaviours more appropriate for the needs of contemporary negotiation? We find out.
In part 2 of this report Ian Newall examines a group of behaviours that we at Huthwaite have termed ‘Low Reacting’. Our research has demonstrated that sellers are usually rattled when facing a Low Reactor.
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