Negotiiation Strategy


Natural Laws of Negotiation: The Unicist Standard in Strategy

The negotiation between two parts depends on their complementariness and the power they can exert.

Peter Belohlavek’s e-book provides the natural laws of business strategy. We strongly recommend downloading and printing this book in order to use it as a bedside book until you manage the natural laws of business strategy. It will shift your business life.

Some of the laws follow as an example:

  1. No negotiation is possible when there is no complementariness. In that case the alternatives are: to dominate or being dominated.
  2. To build complementariness it is necessary to be aware of the other’s needs and of one’s values.
  3. The negotiation power depends on the destruction capacity and not on the construction capacity.
  4. Complementariness is built with the construction capacity. The not used destruction capacity is what supports the negotiation.
  5. …….

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