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Do you use the same #strategies to negotiate in a #crisis #negotiation versus a non-crisis? If you do, you shouldn’t. And if you don’t know why you shouldn’t, you should. Read this article. After doing so, you’ll be able to instantly tell the difference between the two (it may not be as easy as you think), and the best way to #negotiate in one situation versus the other.
Remember, you’re always negotiating!
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