Negotiation INNOVATION

It's not about winning or losing. It's about changing your mindset.

Everyone Negotiates

Everyone negotiates. You may think that it’s the realm of the salesperson, or the business executive, or lawyer, but every single person encounters a number of negotiations on a daily basis. Every human interaction has the possibility of some gain if we are willing to look for it. The key to finding success in your interactions is changing your mindset. Because it’s not about winning or losing—it’s about getting what you really want.

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About Meyer Negotiation

Meyer Negotiation provides educational services through podcasting and writing. Additionally, Chris Meyer provides personalized consulting, training, and speaking services. Chris specializes in human interactions in teams and organizations with a focus on negotiation, motivation, and emotions.

Negotiation Innovation Podcast

Listen to Chris’s thoughts on negotiation on the Negotiation Innovation Podcast. Each week, Chris tackles a new topic. Listen to Negotiation Innovation on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, or your podcatcher of choice!

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Season 2 – Ep 5: Your Motive

There is a link between your cognition and your behavior – that is, what you think impacts what you do. If you think that you can control or impact your outcomes in the organization with the work that you do, that will impact your behavior. If you enter every negotiation with the desire to win,

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Season 2 – Ep 4: Preparation: Offers and Concessions

This episode examines the offers and concessions that we prepare before the negotiation and how to strategically use those. This includes answering the question about making first offers, strategically using your reasons for negotiating to open up creative outcomes, and using those reasons appropriately to achieve the best outcome.

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Season 2 – Ep 3: Preparation: Ambiguity

In the continued series on Strategic Negotiation, this episode examines some of the causes of ambiguity in our negotiations. Much of the ambiguity stems from differences in the information that the participants have, as well as differences in the interpretation of that information. I walk through some of the common causes of these differences and

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