What is Face Negotiation Theory? Face-Negotiation Theory was conceived by Stella Ting-Toomey in 1985, to understand how people from different cultures manage negotiations. According to Ting-Toomey if someone feels that their image is being attacked, that person will shut down and try to save face, regardless of their cultural background...Read more »
How would you like to give the other person a concession without giving away anything of tangible value? It’s easy. Just listen to him or her...
Success in negotiation starts with understanding what kind of negotiation you are dealing with. Fundamentally, every negotiation is fundamentally about finding and distributing value...Read more »
Use this article as a guide to help you think in new ways to renegotiate for better contracts and stronger partnerships, whether in business or in life. Never be afraid of sitting down at the table to set new terms...Read more »
Happy Holidays to you and yours! Chances are very good that you had to negotiate with at least a few people to figure out what your holiday plans would be this holiday season, and chances are good that it didn’t all go perfectly smoothly. If you are all still on speaking terms, that’s probably because you utilized some of your best conflict resolution tools...Read more »
Learn how to make the most of techniques like Both-Win®, guiding principles and more referenced below by contacting KARRASS: 1. Learning Both-Win® Strategy: Practice Bartering in a Market We are conditioned to believe that when a price is printed on a tag, it’s no longer up for negotiation...Read more »
When people hear the term “negotiation,” one of the first thoughts they have is of a sales rep who never seems to lose. It may be effective to boost numbers and commissions, but it's not often the most powerful when it comes to conflict resolution or building long-term relationships...Read more »
Negotiating is a very tricky task, especially when you have something crucial at stake. You can find yourself struggling when the negotiation starts to favor the other side...Read more »