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Published: Feb 16 , 2021
Author: Keith Stacey
The ABC news reported that hotel guests under Covid quarantine were being charged $1400 for access to fresh air during their compulsory 14 day stay. Many of you would be aware that this was in addition to paying for their accommodation organised by the state government. The balconies in question were certainly not spacious; they had barely enough room for two people to stand. On this basis they represent some of the most expensive real estate ever given the daily charge of $100...
Published: Feb 09 , 2021
Author: Ben Byth
If you ask me what the number 1 mistake is when it comes to negotiation - I would tell you that it is not squeaking loud enough or often enough! Let me tell you why…
Published: Feb 02 , 2021
Author: Natasha Barton
I’ve found recently that many of my informal discussions with clients, colleagues, family and friends have had a common theme to them – cultural differences. It got me thinking about why this may be. If you’re negotiating with people from different cultures, being aware of the nuances associated with each can help you to achieve better outcomes with your negotiations. But how do we do this?