Greg Williams

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“How To Deal With Potential Killer Problems In Negotiations” – Negotiation Tip of the Week

“How To Deal With Potential Killer Problems In Negotiations” – Negotiation Tip of the Week 150 150 Greg Williams, MN, CSP

As the screeching train whistle continuously shrilled in the distance, the people that heard it knew it was a warning about a problem. As the train grew closer, one individual that caught the sounds of the howling whistle said to another, this sounds like it might be a killer situation.

In negotiations, the train could be a symbol of a powerful force coming at you. The whistle could be the warning of imminent danger in the negotiation. And both could be signals that alert you to a killer situation looming close by. Do you pay attention to such signs when you’re negotiating? And if you do, do you prepare ahead of time for how you’ll address them? If not, how quick are you to switch to either a defensive position or one that might require you to go to a more potent offense? Those are vital questions that you must either have answers for or be prepared to address. Because, if you’re unable to do either, a killer problem could quickly kill your negotiation.

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