Archive for October 26, 2008

5 Useful And Proven Ways To Start The Next Round Of Your Negotiations Excellently

October 26, 2008

After a few days of heavily packed seminar sessions, I’m updating this blog again. However, the next round of super intensive training is just about to come up soon. Nonetheless, I know that my life is just about to get even more exciting and the ride has just become more sensational. *Wink 😉

I was pleased that the participants remembered what I taught them a week ago. This particular run of “Effective Negotiation Skills” training was slightly different from the usual in the sense that it had a one week break. Both sessions were conducted on Saturdays, full day. Hence, with the one week break, participants were requested to review and practice their skills. I glad they had displayed how to apply the negotiation skills and strategies taught in my training.

And since negotiation can, from time to time, take more than one meeting; it becomes imperative that we understand how to restart the negotiation talks effectively and excellently.

Here are some proven ways you can begin your next round impressively:

1. Rebuild the rapport.

2. Review the previous agreement with tact and diplomacy.

3. Attribute credits to your counterparts when credits are due.

4. Start the session with sincerity.

5. Promote the sharing of long term views for mutual benefits.

(Source: wekie.com)