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Negotiation Point Effective negotiation is not about conflict It is not about deviance or dishonesty It is not about posturing or bullying or threatening Effective negotiation is about exhaustive preparation utter clarity heartfelt communication and a sincere demonstrated desire to fully understand not just your own needs but the needs of the other party Leigh Stienberg Winning with Integrity Reason Does every thing in life revolve around negotiating Your relationship with family friends significant other school church work does every thing have to be a negotiated I feel the answer is of course Yes I want to feel I get value for what Im spending whether it is time talent or money As the payer I want the price to drop and you as the payee want the price to go up and get as much as you can We both want to have a sense of achievement or movement Reaching a deal reached between us is negotiating Sounds easy doesnt it But the reality is that every negotiation is stressful and takes its toll on us When breaking Negotiating down into parts I came up with six important categories to keep in mind Example The first is to be prepared Do your homework before you start negotiating Have a plan and write it down Have a vision of where when and how to set up for success Dont look at the small picture of how to get an agreement reached for todays issues Look at the big picture Where do I want to be in 1 3 5 years dont give up something today that you might want down the road Identify and Prioritize your goals look for obstacles that are going to come up and be prepared for them dont be blind-sided Commitment is something that came up in my research and I feel is part of being prepared I had not even considered how important
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