The Unicist Standard for Negotiation Strategies

There are three roles in business relations: people buy, sell or negotiate. The role of a negotiator is the most complex one because it is immersed in the management of conflicts.

The Unicist Negotiation Strategy implies dealing with the nature of negotiation processes using the unicist algorithm to define the different steps to be followed when negotiating.

It requires having made the necessary intelligence work to have the information to understand the counterparts and accepting that a confrontation is unavoidable when a negotiation fails.

It allows saving a lot of energy and time when developing negotiations.

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