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Negotiations 1

Updated 08/06/2017
 ne·go·ti·a·tion
  nəˌɡōSHēˈāSH(ə)n/
  noun
  1. discussion aimed at reaching an agreement.
    "a worldwide ban is currently under negotiation"
    synonyms:discussion(s), talks, deliberations; 
    conferencedebatedialogueconsultation
    mediationarbitrationconciliation
    "the negotiations resume next week"
    arrangement, brokering;
    settlementconclusioncompletiontransaction
    "the negotiation of the deal"
    • the action or process of transferring ownership of a document.






     6 Things You Need To Figure Out Before You Negotiate Salary  |  Forbes, The Muse  08/07/2017
     First of all, you know that salary negotiation is a no-brainer. I can think of
     very few instances in which you can skip it and not regret it later.      
     But, knowing you need to negotiate and knowing what you should before you
     actually put that into practice is another thing. This list will ensure that you
     don’t miss a thing that could help get you the money you deserve:
     [Video, Text, Related Articles]


    11 Words and Phrases to Use in
    Salary Negotiations if You Want to Succeed  |  Glassdoor.com, Emily Moore                                 08/09/2017
     Wouldn’t it be great if there were a magic word you could say in order to get people to
     agree with you? If, for example, a simple utterance of “abracadabra” could instantly
     convince your employer to see things your way, salary negotiations would be a whole
     lot easier.
     Unfortunately, we live in the real world, and those magic words that guarantee instant
     success don’t quite exist — but the good news is, we’ve got the next best thing. The
     following words and phrases are expert-level ways to demonstrate the confidence,
     congeniality, and knowledge necessary to secure a higher salary.
     Use these in your next negotiation, and you might just see a bump in your paycheck
     sooner than you can say “alakazam.”


     A Former FBI Kidnapping Negotiator Shares The
    7 Most Important Words In a Negotiation  |  Inc., Thomas Koulopoulos
     I love to negotiate, sometimes a bit too much.
     
A deep negotiation has to be one of life's most exhilarating experiences. Few
     things will force you to dig deeper into your creativity, to become so fully aware
     of your strengths and weaknesses, and will test your mettle as fully as a
     negotiation on something you really want.
     Where we most often get negotiation wrong is in the attempt to try to win by
     standing our ground far too early in a negotiation, before we have a chance to
     find out what the immutable constraints are for each side.
 

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