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This Month's Training Tip: Planning for Negotiations
Identifying The Issues
There is no trick to identifying issues in most of our managerial and personal activities. However, in the give-and-take of the marketplace and in our relations
with those above, below, and equal to us in our company's organizational structure, the identification of issues takes on a new dimension.
Specifically, if we are preparing for negotiations, both sides must see the issue in the same light if a mutually acceptable agreement is to be reached.
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