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If employees keep asking for more money or making unrealistic demands, don’t feel you must give a different answer each time. They may try to make you think your last answer was inadequate, so you come up with a “better” one they can poke holes in. Simply repeat what you’ve said before.
From the presidential race and global diplomacy to the sports world, negotiation has been in the news of late. The issues are vastly different, but these negotiations have one thing in common: The parties view each other with distrust and sometimes dislike. How do you "bargain with the devil”?...Click here to find out more.