Negotiation Strategies and Styles

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  • Topic 1. Dual Strategy
    • Welcome to Topic 1 of the course Negotiation Strategies and Styles: Dual Strategy: Negotiation Styles. In this section, you’ll learn about the dual matrix structure, which has two relevant variables for every negotiation: the results of the agreement and the relationships between the negotiating parties. This has the purpose of identifying different negotiation styles or profiles and their inherent behaviors. 
  • Topic 2. The Implementation Strategy
    • Welcome to the topic of The Implementation Strategy. In this section, you’ll learn about the importance of preparation for negotiation and the need to go beyond the agreement and into implementation. At the end of this topic, you’ll be able to conceive of a plan and develop a negotiation agenda, while you learn the necessary principles for changing your mentality by seeing the agreement as a means not an end. Then, what follows is to adopt the discipline of implementation for the agreements you have reached.
  • Topic 3. The Internationalization Strategy
    • Welcome to the third topic of the course on Negotiation Strategies and Styles: The Internationalization Strategy. In this section, we’ll study the relevance of culture in international negotiations. We will return to the importance of preparation from the perspective of cultural diversity and the recognition of differences as an element of dialogue. We will try to overcome the ostracism of stereotypes to incorporate the advances in social anthropology as related to cultural prototypes. 
  • Topic 4. The Strategy of Context
    • Congratulations for having arrived here! I can assure you that you won’t regret it; we’ve prepared a closing that is going to leave a pleasing taste of learning and you’re going to want to put this knowledge into your professional practice from now on. The key word in this section is “context,” which is why we’ve called this the Strategy of Context. Context is understood as “the situation within which something exists or happens, and that can help explain it.” (Cambridge Dictionary). From the perspective of negotiation, this refers to the negotiation types according to their content.