Blog Posts - Negotiation



What’s the Difference Between Selling Your House at an Auction vs. Selling It on the Market?

Article from MoneyAhoy.comAre you thinking about downsizing you home? Looking to move to another neighborhood? Or have you just outgrown your current home? Whatever the reason, the decision to sell your home is a big step forward, but there is one mo...
by MoneyAhoy on Aug 17, 2016

Fighting

In the highly-charged atmosphere of our current political season, is more fighting really what we need? Senator Elizabeth Warren evidently thinks so. Here is a portion of Senator Warren's comments on the Rachel Maddow show last night, when Warren exp...
by Mediation's Place on Jun 12, 2016

Pre-litigation dispute resolution

More evidence that the practice of law has changed in fundamental ways: At a panel presentation this week at the SCMA Employment Mediation Institute, Ann Kotlarski, who represents employers and Curt Surls, who represents employees, both agreed that t...
by Mediation's Place on May 23, 2016

Supreme Court poker

Here is how one high stakes negotiation is currently playing out: First a recap. On February 13, 2016, Justice Scalia's unexpected death created a vacancy on the Supreme Court.Within less than a day, leading Senate Republicans made a pre-emptive open...
by Mediation's Place on Mar 17, 2016

"Never Trump" and the Prisoners' Dilemma

A variation of the Prisoners' Dilemma problem may be playing out in the Republican primary campaign. Those elements in the party who are still seeking to prevent Trump from becoming the nominee have apparently abandoned their original tactic of attem...
by Mediation's Place on Mar 17, 2016

What You Need to Know Before You Agree to a Structured Settlement

Article from MoneyAhoy.com Often, in order to avoid going to court and wasting money on costly court fees, liability cases will be settled among the two parties and their lawyers. The defendant agrees to pay money for damages to the plaintiff, and th...
by MoneyAhoy on Mar 14, 2016

Neutrality

Neutrality is a cherished concept in mediation, but the term is interpreted differently by different mediators. Some take it to mean being strictly impartial and fair toward both sides in a dispute, in the way that a judge should not let his or her b...
by Mediation's Place on Mar 13, 2016

Materi Pelatihan Lengkap Teknik Negosiasi

Dalam bisnis hampir semua orang bisa melakukan negosiasi, bisnis dan negosiasi menjadi satu kesatuan. Sebagian besar masalah dalam bisnis terutama di lapangan sering disebabkan oleh kurangnya pengetahuan tentang bagaimana cara untuk bernegosiasi deng...
by Pelatihan SDM Karyawan on Mar 10, 2016

Protect Your Inheritance – Hire a Lawyer to Contest a Will

Article from MoneyAhoy.com Getting a house or a property through a last will and testament of a deceased family member is great because you get to own a property and that can be an investment for your future. However not all wills are easily ruled to...
by MoneyAhoy on Feb 24, 2016

Money Lessons You Can Learn From Donald Trump

Donald Trump has obviously been in the spotlight more often in recent months. Of course, he is known for his success in the business world, his show “The Apprentice,” and more recently his unorthodox presidential campaign. While he has a...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Jan 27, 2016

8 Ways to Tell if You Need A Raise

Article from MoneyAhoy.com Do you feel as though you’re properly compensated for your efforts at work? If not, when’s the last time you asked for a raise? Typically, many workers receive salary increases once a year following their annual review.
by MoneyAhoy on Jan 22, 2016

The Hateful Eight

Are there negotiating lessons one can learn from the world of Quentin Tarantino? Mediators tend to believe that if we encourage parties in conflict to continue talking even when resolution seems unlikely, they will eventually reach a level of common...
by Mediation's Place on Jan 15, 2016

Is January the Best Time to Negotiate Rent?

Article from MoneyAhoy.com Negotiations tend to be a tricky business, especially if you’re dealing with someone that you don’t know well or feel comfortable around. Landlords usually fit that bill. However, there are plenty of ways to get around...
by MoneyAhoy on Jan 15, 2016

Leaders Need To Master Negotiation...Take A Negotiation Class For Free

Successful Negotiation: Essential Strategies and Skills — University of MichiganMiguel Villagran/GettyRoss School of Business professor George Siedel has taught negotiation classes around the world and says his research-based class i...

Bridge of Spies

The new Cold War thriller Bridge of Spies, based on the true story of the prisoner exchange for captured U2 pilot Francis Gary Powers, shows an attorney living up to the highest standards of advocacy as well as negotiating ability. The movie's lawyer...
by Mediation's Place on Nov 19, 2015

Informasi Terlengkap tentang Pelatihan Negosiasi atau Negotiation Skills

Sebagai seorang pekerja tentu saja kita dituntut untuk bisa memiliki kemampuan komunikasi dan negosiasi yang baik untuk mempermudah pekerjaan dan juga agar bisa membangun relasi dengan baik sesama karyawan, atasan dan bawahan atau konsumen yang ada d...
by Pelatihan SDM Karyawan on Sep 6, 2015

7 Keys to Mastering Negotiation

Original Article by TechSling Weblog:  At the thought of going into a negotiation process, many people cringe. Negotiation is often looked at as an incredibly intimidating business strategy where one party comes out as the loser. In actuality, n...
by TechSling on Sep 3, 2015

Straight Outta Compton

Who would have thought that the new movie, Straight Outta Compton, in addition to its great story and great music, would also contain some great lessons about negotiation? The main lesson being about the dangers of creating a partnership deal that is...
by Mediation's Place on Aug 31, 2015

Openings, part 2

When we meet someone for the first time, we immediately start forming impressions of them. It takes a lot to change that perception, even if they turn out to be quite different from the way we initially perceived them. Similarly with conflict. The wa...
by Mediation's Place on Aug 27, 2015

Openings

In a prior post, I suggested that in the absence of a thorough re-vamping of the rules of civil procedure, parties and practitioners should try to invent new ways to resolve disputes outside the court system, How exactly would that work?Let's start b...
by Mediation's Place on Jul 27, 2015


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