Improve Your Negotiation Skills By Discerning Tactics – Part 2 in a 3 Part Series

Uncovering a Tactic

 

If you suspect that a tactic is being used against you, the best strategy is to ask questions. It’s usually that simple in negotiations. You probe. You discuss. Let’s say the other party in your negotiation sets a deadline.  How can you determine if it’s a tactic or not? Test the deadline. Ask questions about it. Who set it? Why that time and date? What happens if the deadline is not met? In any negotiation it’s important to get conversational. Use objective criteria – the facts.  Alternatively if they say this is the last item for sale, ask about replacement items, possible shipping dates for new inventory.  Bottom line – determine if they were using scarcity as a tactic to pressure you during the negotiation.  Find out more at http://www.negotiationstraininginstitute.com

 

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About The Author Jim Hornickel

Jim Hornickel is the Director of Training at Negotiations Training Institute and CEO of Bold New Directions,  https://www.boldnewdirections.com ,  a transformational learning organization that offers corporate  learning programs including negotiations training, communications training, and presentation training.   Bold New Directions faculty work with Fortune 500 companies, mid-sized firms and educational institutions to grow people and performance. Find out more about Jim Hornickel and Bold New Directions at https://www.boldnewdirections.com or visit our specialized negotiations training site via http://www.negotiationstraininginstitute.com