Presentation on theme: "Create a roadmap for successful negotiations. Stephen Boyle Programme Director UCD Smurfit School Phillip Matthews Director, Executive Education UCD Smurfit."— Presentation transcript:
Create a roadmap for successful negotiations. Stephen Boyle Programme Director UCD Smurfit School Phillip Matthews Director, Executive Education UCD Smurfit School
Create a roadmap for successful negotiations. Presenter: Stephen Boyle Moderator:Phillip Matthews
AGENDA The key to success: preparation Competitive negotiation skills: Tips for claiming value in negotiations Collaborative negotiation skills: Tips for creating value in negotiations 25 minutes Questions and Answers 15 minutes
96% of managers fail to reach “win-win” outcomes 50% fail to spot when they are in perfect agreement How good are most negotiators?
Barriers to improvement: Some negotiation myths “Great negotiation skills are learned from experience” “The purpose of negotiation is to reach agreement” “Negotiating is a natural ability: you either have it or you don’t”
Preparation Do you have a plan? Have you sized up the other party? What are the rules of the game?
The negotiation game More conflict Less conflict
The win-lose fallacy… 80% of negotiators operate under a win- lose or “fixed-pie” assumption about all negotiations
Which type of negotiation? Competitive approach: Negotiating over a single issue Once-off negotiations No ongoing relationship Collaborative approach: Negotiating over many issues Repeat negotiations Relationship matters
Effective negotiation requires two skills: Creating value Claiming value Your sliceTheir slice
Competitive negotiation skills: Tips for claiming value
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