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negotiation

(ne-go?she-a'shun) [L. negotium, business]
A form of conflict resolution in which two or more parties discuss their differences in the hope of reaching a mutually acceptable conclusion. See: alternative dispute resolution; conflict resolution
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The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) held an internal workshop, in collaboration with KPMG, at its headquarters in Seef area on Negotiation during the month of September.
27 (BNA): The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) has held an internal workshop on Negotiation Skills, in collaboration with KPMG,.
Mehrad Nazari skillfully demonstrates how negotiation can be principled and collaborative, rather than adversarial, in the elucidating Enlightened Negotiation.
She highlights a number of unique features that make this Negotiations Training so highly effective for all professionals but especially those in fields such as Transportation and Shipping.
19) In recent years, the focus was on the descriptive and procedural analysis of European negotiations, such as the intergovernmental conferences and treaties (20) or on the power aspects and leadership in European negotiations.
Most business negotiations occur at managerial level (Baron, 2003) and with more women mangers in organizations, the issue of gender differences in negotiation outcomes is the focus of this research.
The reasons for a specific negotiations course for managers are three fold; the negotiations training program strengthens a critical skill, ensures a solid ROI, and gets positive reviews from managers.
Presenting an overview of business negotiations and business risks
The 3-Day Women Negotiation Skills Training is destined to become an effective tool that women can use in all of their future negotiations.
It is also the time for conclusions and summarizing the lessons learned that negotiators make use of during the future negotiations.
Such reflective time is good for the planning process, but unrealistic for the actual negotiation as most negotiations occur face to face.
Paragraph 5 of the negotiation framework says that "in the case of serious and persistent breach in Turkey of the principles of liberty, democracy, respect of human rights and fundamental freedoms and the rule of law on which the Union is founded, the Commission will, on its own initiative or on the request of one third of the member states, recommend the suspension of negotiations and propose the conditions for eventual resumption".