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Cornell University ILR School Professor Williams REFLECTIVE PAPER: SELF-ASSESSMENT and GOALS Monday, March 31, 2008 by 5pm (5-7 pages, double spaced pages, 1650 word limit.) For this assignment, you will analyze your strengths, weaknesses and style as a negotiator. You should use terminology, frameworks, and concepts from the course, and cite any references to the class readings. A detailed description of this two-part assignment follows. This assignment is due on Monday, March 31, 2008 by 5pm. This assignment must be submitted both in hard copy (Ives East 146E) and electronically—on Blackboard under assignments. Make sure the file name includes your name and the name of the assignment (e.g., marysmith_reflectivepaper.doc). Required Reading for the Assignment: Thompson, L.L. (2004). “Developing a Negotiation Style” in The Heart and Mind of The Negotiator: Chapter 5. (Required book). Kaplan, R.E. “Know your strengths” (Harvard Business Review, a library e-journal) Roberts, L.M. et al. “How to Play to Your Strengths” (Harvard Business Review, a library e- journal) Notes: 1. For part I of the paper, the “Best Self Analysis,” you will need to gather feedback from friends, colleagues, and relatives so contact them early. (See Exhibit 1 (attached) for the detailed Best- self instructions .) 2. You may turn in the required chart/table summarizing your best self by March 27 th for feedback. Suggested Timeline (if you will not be working on your paper over spring break) : March 13-16 th : Email colleagues, friends and family about your best self. March 22 nd -24 th : Send 2 nd email or call colleagues, friends and family who have not yet responded to your request for information about your best self. March 26-28 th : Organize the data on your best self into a chart or table. March 26 th : If needed, attend Prof. Williams’ office hours (11:45am-1pm) for help organizing your data. March 27 th : Submit your best self chart on Blackboard for feedback (optional). March 28 th -30 th : Write main paper (Parts IIA and IIB). March 31 st : Write the executive summary and turn in your paper (146E Ives East and on Blackboard).
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ILROB Negotiation Reflective Paper REFLECTIVE PAPER: DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS Part I: Executive summary Part II, A: Best-Self Analysis and Goals
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