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Negotiation Tips No. 91 Value and Relationships The first words that I ask delegates on training programmes to learn are: Value and Relationships. I believe that any fool can obtain value in a negotiation if they are prepared to sacrifice the relationship that they have with the other party. Conversely anybody can be perceived to be a great relationship builder when they are never demanding and give up all of the value whenever times get tough. An effective negotiator understands the balance between obtaining great short term value and at the same time building powerful long term relationships that will create even more value over months to come. Most negotiators meet their counterparts regularly. You should ensure that when you meet your opponents again it will be within the context of a good long term arrangement with positive feelings on both sides. © Tom Beasor 2001 firstname.lastname@example.org
Sales Tips No. 72 Selling up the Supply Chain You obviously know your clients. You know your competitors. How well do you know the other people who supply your clients? It may well be that your expertise in a particular market sector might be very appropriate to other suppliers to your clients. It shouldnt be very hard to find out what else your clients buy and from whom. This could be a very good source of leads as it will go without saying that youll have experience in the same market sector. A very good example is financial services. If you know your clients needs well then youll understand the market sector well and you should be able to put together a winning pitch for a whole variety of people who operate in the same market place. Even a humble commodity like stationery might benefit from some sector focus and telling clients that you specialise in financial services, or manufacturing or whatever adds real value to your message. You can then provide your existing client as a reference. © Tom Beasor 2001 tom_beasor@CompuServe.com
Management Tips No 20 Its Meeting Time If you were to refuse to go to any meeting that failed to send you an agenda in advance youd free up untold amounts of time. First of all youd ensure that the agenda really was important and that you really needed to be there. Secondly youd be able to see what items on the agenda needed your personal attention and which ones you could skip. There is absolutely no reason why everyone needs to be at the whole meeting. Its not a tough issue to group the agenda items so that people can come in for their sections and then leave. Obviously this would make for shorter and better focussed meetings which for some staff may create some serious holes in their days but with a little help and guidance they should be able to find something more productive to do. © Tom Beasor 2001 email@example.com
Negotiation Tips No. 112 Third party influence I generally keep well away from political negotiations. I much prefer the smell of money when Im negotiating.
Management Tips No. 32 Leaders and Managers There are many definitions about managing and leading. I particularly like the ideas of John Kotter and he.
Negotiation Tips No. 95 Offers and Counter Offers At some stage in a negotiation an offer is put on the table. At that moment the receiving party has to.
Negotiation Tips No. 76 Radius of Credibility The use of markers always represents a difficult issue in a negotiation. On a starter course we teach not.
Negotiation Tips No. 72 Acquisition Effective negotiators are by definition acquisitive people. They collect things during a negotiation and hopefully.
Negotiation Tips No. 75 Building Blocks
Management Tips ©Tom Beasor Talent I was reading a Tom Peters book called Talent and he is very keen to tell people that there.
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