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“Body Language Five Ways To Show Empathy In A Negotiation” – Negotiation Tip of the Week

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“The absence of empathy is the completion of emotional detachment.” -Greg Williams, The Master Negotiator & Body Language Expert (click to Tweet)  Click here to get the book!

“Body Language Five Ways To Show Empathy In A Negotiation”

 

People don’t realize they’re always negotiating.

Don’t tell me you empathize with my position in this negotiation. You’ve not shown any empathy that I’ve discerned. What about the concession I gave you? Didn’t that display my understanding of your plight? No! You did that for your benefit. The compromise you made was not what I was seeking in this negotiation.

That was the exchange that occurred between two people during a negotiation. Does it sound like something you may have encountered in any of your negotiations?

Empathy is a potent tool in a negotiation. Its display, or its withholding, impacts the mind of a negotiator and the overall flow of the negotiation process. Empathy is something that negotiators seek in a negotiation, but few consider its impact on the talks.

The following insights outline how you can display empathy through your body language during a negotiation. It’s also insightful on how you can express empathy in other aspects of your life.

 

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Remember, you’re always negotiating!

 

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