Getting Ready To Negotiate: The Getting To Yes Workbook by Roger FisherGetting Ready To Negotiate: The Getting To Yes Workbook by Roger Fisher

Getting Ready To Negotiate: The Getting To Yes Workbook

byRoger Fisher, Danny Ertel

Paperback | August 1, 1995

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This companion volume to the negotiation classic Getting to Yes explores the negotiation process in depth and presents case studies, charts, and worksheets for blueprinting and personalized negotiating strategy.
Roger Fisher is the Samuel Williston Professor of Law Emeritus, Director of the Harvard Negotiation Project, and the founder of two consulting organizations devoted to strategic advice and negotiation training.
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Title:Getting Ready To Negotiate: The Getting To Yes WorkbookFormat:PaperbackPublished:August 1, 1995Publisher:Penguin Publishing Group

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0140235310

ISBN - 13:9780140235319

Appropriate for ages: 18 - 18

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Using This Workbook
1. Introduction
2. In a Hurry?:
Sudden Prep
Priority Prep
THE SEVEN ELEMENTS OF NEGOTIATION3. Interests: What Do People Really Want?
Forms: Interests I: Identify the Relevant Parties
Interests 2: Clarify the Interests
Interests 3: Probe for Underlying Interests
4. Options: What Are Possible Agreements or Bits of an Agreement?
Forms: Options 1: Create Options to Meet Interests
Options 2: Find Ways to Maximize Joint Gains
5. Alternatives: What Will I Do If We Do Not Agree?
Forms: Alternatives 1: Think of My Alternatives to a Negotiated Agreement
Alternatives 2: Select and Improve my BATNA
Alternatives 3: Identify Alternatives Open to the Other Side
Alternatives 4: Estimate Their BATNA
6. Legitimacy: What Criteria Will I Use to Persuade Each of Us That We Are Not Being Ripped Off?
Forms: Legitimacy 1: Use External Standards as a Sword and as a Shield
Legitimacy 2: Use the Fairness of the Process to Persuade
Legitimacy 3: Offer Them an Attractive Way to Explain Their Decision
7. Communication: Am I Ready to Listen and Talk Effectively?
Forms: Communication 1: Question My Assumptions and Identify Things to Listen For
Communication 2: Reframe to Help Them Understand
8. Relationship: Am I Ready to Deal with the Relationship?
Forms: Relationship 1: Separate People Issues from Substantive Issues
Relationship 2: Prepare to Build a Good Working Relationship
9. Commitment: What Commitments Should I Seek or Make?
Forms: Commitment 1: Identify the Issues to Be Included in the Agreement
Commitment 2: Plan the Steps to Agreement
MOVING FROM PREPARATION TO NEGOTIATION10. Getting Ready to Agree
Appendix A: Getting Better at Preparation
Appendix B: A Preparation Tool Kit

From Our Editors

Individuals, corporations, governments, and labor unions all over the world have utilized the negotiating principles in Getting to Yes--which has more than two million copies in print in 18 languages. This companion volume incorporates the book's fundamental philosophy and advice into a useful tool to help each reader design the negotiating strategy that best suits his/her situation