Michael Wheeler’s book, “The Art of Negotiation: How to Improvise Agreement in a Chaotic World,” dives into improvisation in negotiation—something we rarely focus on. We always emphasize in-depth preparation before entering a negotiation. But sometimes, despite your best efforts, you have to improvise. Learn more about how to master the art of improvisation in this special throwback episode.
There’s no beating around the bush—intellectual property clauses are complicated. They’re even more complex to negotiate. How do you decide who owns what when hiring someone to create something for you? How contract professionals should approach negotiating intellectual property clauses is a tough conversation that Jeanette Nyden and Lawrence Kane happily tackle in this episode of Negotiations Ninja. If you’re ready for a deep dive into the nuances of IP clauses, give this episode a listen.
DISCLAIMER: Always be sure to seek qualified legal counsel. This episode is purely for informational purposes.
Remember the tariffs that the US leveraged against China in 2018, launching the “Trade War?” The trade negotiations with China were a clash of world powers and a clash of cultures. As we’ve seen the results play out over the last few years, it’s intriguing to look back and see how Allan Tsang thought this situation would play out. Listen to this throwback for an interesting glimpse into the past!
How do you ask for more money the right way? What phrases should you avoid in salary negotiations? How do you prove you’re “worth” what you’re asking for? How do you overcome imposter syndrome and act with confidence and decisiveness? Fotini Iconomopoulos breaks down the answers to these questions and simplifies the process so that anyone can negotiate their salary with ease. Don’t miss what she says in this episode of Negotiations Ninja!
Everyone strives to be unbiased, right? But the truth is that we all carry inherent biases. Those biases influence everything from our body language to the questions that we ask. While we can unlearn or completely remove those inherent biases, we can learn how to overcome the impact they make on our negotiations. In this throwback episode, Dan Lappin shares the most common biases people have to overcome—and how to do it. Check it out!