STRATEGIC TIPS FOR NEGOTIATING IN UNCERTAIN TIMES


Over the last 12 months we have endured unprecedented disruption: updates to banking regulation as a result of the Royal Commission into Misconduct, digital transformation and pressures relating to cybersecurity and data privacy, climate change made real by the 2019/2020 bush fires season, the resurgence of Putin’s Russia as a dominant player in the Middle East, and now the sweeping and apparently unstoppable force of the coronavirus and the COVID-19 illness it causes.

This sequence of so many catastrophic events has taken us beyond the usual cycle of uncertainty and into a new age of hyperuncertainty, a frozen state of mind that prevents or hinders normative behaviour. How then should negotiators deal with this new and threatening status quo?

This eBook analyses the issue of negotiating uncertainty and offers some ideas for best practice.

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Negotiation Preparation Tips

Debbie Spurgeon - Senior Consultant at Scotwork

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