Goal Statement #2

Goal Statement #2 - impasse; therefore I feel as if I was...

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Priya Patel Negotiations Goal Statement #2 At the conclusion of this class, I believe I’ve learned a great amount about negotiation. After completing the real world negotiation assignment, I was able to recognize the strategies and tactics used by the seller which I could not do before. When I look back and think about other negotiations I’ve been in, I can now see and understand the tactics they used. Before I had a general understanding of these strategies but did not know how to implement them until now. One of my goals was to learn how to compromise and acknowledge others interest. I’ve reached my goal because as we completed more and more cases, I was able to see how recognizing my opponent’s interests would benefit me as well. Throughout the whole course, I only had one
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Unformatted text preview: impasse; therefore I feel as if I was able to compromise and maximize my benefits. Another goal I had was to be more confident in my decisions and understand why I made them. I learned that confidence was built through preparation. Being prepared to negotiate by researching beforehand really gives you the confidence to negotiate to the best of your ability. Though Ive gained many strengths after this class, I still have a few things to work on. I believe working under a time constraint affects my negotiation because then I begin to focus on getting things done as fast as I can instead of efficiently. In order to be a good negotiator, one should be able to think on their feet....
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Gottlieb during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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