I. My relation to power and privilege according to my sexual orientation, ability level and race is obvious.
Negotiation and Conflict Application Paper I immigrated to the United States 15 years ago in pursuit of higher education and a successful career. I discovered that I had to significantly readjust the habits engrained in me from childhood through interacting with new people and dealing with conflicts. My traditional and conservative upbringing in India provided a sheltered environment and programmed me into listening and obeying elders and avoiding conflict at all costs. It was my belief that any conflict big or small with the close ones would cause a strain in the relationships. Thus, I often avoided conflicts and accommodated the wishes of others at the cost of my own. I considered this
Negotiation occurs on a regular basis in a daily life and individuals negotiate in business occasions or outside of the workplace. Having superior negotiation skills is conductive to the success in personal life and career development. This essay will indicate that my natural preferences for different influencing tactics, comparisons between theory and practice, and a personal action plan to improve negotiation skills based on the role-play activity in my class.
For the Texoil negotiation, I was in the role of the Service Station Owner. As such, my main objective was to sell the station and get the best possible agreement. My BATNA was $400,000, which represented an offer from British Petroleum and my resistance point was $413,000 after tax, which represented the cost of my trip. My target was $488,000, which included an additional $75,000 to help tie me over until I found a job upon my return. This resistance point represents a purely financial alternative. However, there were several other criteria or interests other than strictly financial which could have been satisfied through non-financial means. My underlying interest or reason for selling the station was
b. A time when I changed the way I worked was doing education with a young person, reading through questions and explaining and help solve the problems and questions. It made a big difference to me as this helps to build a relationship with the young person, it gave me satisfaction as I could see I was making a positive difference to the young person. The young person feels more confident and is building trust in me. The young person is gaining more knowledge and is not missing out on education.
Please give examples that indicate your ability to function effectively, as a productive member of a team working towards a common objective. Discuss your role and contribution to those teams.
A: I love the people I work with and love being a part of this great program. I enjoy the people I am around and I enjoy working with numbers. The only downside is the amount of hours you have to work. There are times where I have to work long hours and put in a lot of extra time.
In this negotiation exercise, I was assigned as the Seaborne Governor’s negotiator as part of a six member party meeting to negotiate a deal with Harborco to build and operate a deepwater port off the coast of Seaborne. The Governor on the whole was very interested in seeing this deepwater port built in Seaborne as she believes that the size of the project would provide the stimulus for a dramatic recovery in the state.
In any negotiation, preparation is crucial; and having a set, outlined process to follow when preparing helps mitigate a potential oversight of any significant issues within the negotiation. Following a set process also helps one stay on task and in-line with what the important issues and factors are in a negotiation. In Bargaining for Advantage, G. Richard Shell provides a well-structured framework to follow in planning for a negotiation. For this reason, I used Shell’s negotiation preparation framework to plan for the negotiation between Rapid Printing Company (Rapid) and Scott Computers, Inc (Scott).
Negotiation is the process of making amicable decisions between individuals or groups. In this assignment, I will discuss a negotiation that did not result in the best possible solution for all parties. This negotiation was related to my work experience where I was a realtor who was representing a buyer in negotiation of the property’s price, mortgage loan rate and terms. I am a real estate licensee and also a member of National Association of Realtors. I have been practicing my license for seven years now. Seven years of experiences in real estate industry
Last fall, my wife and I put our home up for sale. Our motivation was simple, with the money we would get from the sale of our home we could pay off all our debt and have plenty of money left over to invest, eventually saving enough to buy a bigger home. Emboldened by the allure of liquidity I listed our home for sale and waited for the offers. Indeed the offers did come in, in fact over the next few months we were in and out of escrow three times.
The Negotiation Checklist is a list that helps to prepare you for negotiation. The list consists of four parts: you (the negotiator), the other party (them), the situation or environment, and the relationship between the parties. According to Tripp, “The well prepared negotiator knows the playing field and the players, is seldom surprised, and can promptly capitalize on opportunities.”
There is a steady growth rate in gaming revenues taking effect in the casino industy around the United States. A number of factors are tied into the increase including new entrants to the casino industry and rival casino expansions. Through aspects of Porter’s Five Forces Model of Industry Competion: Rivalry among existing firms, the threat of new entrants, and the threat of substitues, this case analysis addresses key problems the casio industry is facing and implements stratiges they may use to tackles thoses issues. In addition, SWOT analysis (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunites, and Threats) will be used to facilitate the discussion.