Can subtle body language changes lead to better negotiating – and better outcomes – for your company?
“Lawyers negotiate all the time — with other lawyers, partners, staff and clients. Even at home, you’re probably negotiating to get someone in your family to do what you want. One key to successful negotiation is creating a deep feeling of connection with the person you are communicating with. Think about it. Don’t people say yes much more often when they’re already comfortable with you? With some people, you reach that level of comfort and connection automatically, but why leave it to chance? You can get to agreement much more easily when you master a few simple techniques to create ease and flow in your communications.”
Read: Use Body Language When You Negotiate at Attorney at Work