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  • Writer's pictureLorenzo Colombani

Neutral Power: Boost Your Business with Professional Negotiators

Updated: Jul 28, 2023



The Power of Third-Party Negotiation

In business, navigating agreements and disputes is a routine part of growth. A third-party negotiator can be invaluable in these scenarios, offering an impartial viewpoint and the ability to spot opportunities that might be overlooked during intense negotiations.

Consider a scenario where you're negotiating a deal with a supplier. A professional negotiator does more than just discuss costs. They consider every factor - delivery times, quality controls, after-sale service - ensuring the agreement benefits all parties and functions smoothly in real-world operation.


Collaborative Negotiation is No 'Soft Bargaining'





Contrary to what some may think, collaborative negotiation isn't synonymous with "soft bargaining". As a mentor of mine once said: "if you're facing sharks, you need shark repellent", not a shark translator. This means managing tough situations with tact, ensuring your interests are never sidelined.


Relationship Building and Preservation




Another key part of a negotiator's work is building and preserving strong business relationships. If there's a disagreement with a long-time client over a project, they step in to mediate. Their approach encourages positive, productive conversations, preserving the relationship while addressing the issue at hand. How? One day at a time. Remember: you're not staking your life or your business relationship upon 1 negotiation session. He who fights and runs away, lives to fight another day.


Perception Management


What color is this dress? Chances are, not the one you think. Some people say white and gold, others black and blue. Doesn't matter who is right.

Negotiators understand the power of perception. They guide you on how to present your case effectively. For instance, when negotiating with a potential partner, they might advise you on how to understand the other party's perception and work with it. If you don't understand them, they won't want to understand you.


Conflict Resolution

When disputes arise, you can ask your negotiation counsel to advise you, or you can hire a mediator. If there's a conflict between team members, for example, mediators help everyone find a resolution that suits all, saving time, money, and stress. Mediators are neutral third parties who facilitate talks between litigating parties. They guides them towards finding their own settlement agreement.


Boost Your Business Today

So why not give your business the upper hand it deserves? As an experienced negotiator and mediator, I utilize this real-world, effective approach to enhance your business interactions and promote growth. Get in touch with me today, and let's work together to boost your business.

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