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How to reframe negotiation to get what you want in life.
Cindy Watson B.A., LLB, JD
Sensuality and negotiation are not words commonly used together. However, sensuality and sensual confidence are very important in a negotiation.
Women have been negotiating for equality for some time. While progress has undoubtedly been made, the reality is that there is still a significant gap.
Respect is an important element of negotiation. It’s important to give respect and to earn it.
From politics to finance to work (or even schoolyard) dynamics, everyone seems to seek power.
All of life is a negotiation, yet little is taught about it. Unsubscribing from these 10 common myths can make you a better negotiator.
Until relatively recently, negotiation experts and academics rarely talked about the role of emotion in influencing outcomes.
Everyone faces an angry negotiating counterpart at some point. Yet few people have strategies in place to manage dealing with these situations.
“Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely,” cautioned 19th century British historian, Lord Acton.
There was a time when the question of male vs female negotiating styles seemed moot, as women weren’t in the business world in significant numbers. Not now.
Perhaps it’s time to ensure the voices of introverts are given the space they deserve.
What if considering the use of space (otherwise known as proxemics) in negotiations could up-level one’s effectiveness, influence and persuasive abilities?
What if being a better negotiator was as simple as tapping into one’s inner child?
Understanding the simple, avoidable mistakes that sabotage many people from getting what they want.
All of life is a negotiation. Whether it’s negotiating with your intimate partner, your kids, a boss, employee, or co-worker, or for multi-million-dollar mergers and acquisitions.
Cindy Watson, B.A., LLB, JD, is the founder of Women On Purpose and creator of Art of Feminine Negotiation programs. She’s an international speaker, award-winning author, master negotiator, and world-class empowerment coach/consultant.