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Negotiating the Past

The Making of Memory in South Africa

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsSarah Nuttall (Editor), Carli Coetzee (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages320
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7395031M
ISBN 100195715039
ISBN 109780195715033

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Many people will reject an agreement rather than lose face. Negotiation Genius by Deepak Malhotra. When considering final decisions, each party may want to take a step back and consider all possible alternatives to the current offer being made. Tell me about what you were both doing in the Waco Siege. This does not mean that once you have taken one step, you have completed it.

Despite your Negotiating the Past book efforts, the other side may still refuse to cooperate, believing they can beat you at the power game. Sign up to subscribe to email alerts and you'll never miss a post. Finger-pointing ensues, which must then be addressed through expensive additions to the contract, costly modifications to processes and technology, and additional burdens on a communication and change effort already laden with baggage from the initial failure. Communication is the main aspect of negotiating, and the authors point out three common problems in communication: Not clearly speaking with the other party, but instead attempting to impress those within one's constituency by taking a side instead of working toward a mutual agreement; Not actively listening to the other party, but instead only listening to rebut the other party's statements; Misunderstanding or misinterpreting what the other party has said. It is all too easy to get drawn into an argument, but you need to resist this temptation.


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Negotiating the Past: The Making of Memory in South Africa

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