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How to Cool Down a Heated Negotiation

How to Cool Down a Heated Negotiation | NGOs in Human Rights, Peace and Development | Scoop.it

Many people fear that no matter how they prepare, their negotiation will spiral into an unproductive debate or a shouting match. Even if you’re approaching the negotiation with a collaborative, joint problem-solving mindset, it’s possible that things will get heated. You know when it’s happening: Perhaps you feel yourself getting emotional. You sense that your blood pressure is rising, that you’re becoming angry or anxious. Maybe your counterpart is doing the same. The volume might be getting louder, or one or both of you have started to yell.

 


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, February 16, 2016 7:04 PM

Emotions get heated during a negotiation because there are high stakes: people’s jobs, their standing with their bosses, their confidence, the success of a venture, or the future of their business.

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How to Cool Down a Heated Negotiation
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How to Cool Down a Heated Negotiation

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7 ways to teach digital literacy skills – iPads in Education

7 ways to teach digital literacy skills – iPads in Education | NGOs in Human Rights, Peace and Development | Scoop.it

7 ways to teach digital literacy skills Fostering digital literacy skills is one of the most difficult tasks for educators. Evaluating and analyzing online resources for accuracy is something that many adults struggle with – we’ve all been bamboozled before, haven’t we? But digital literacy is more than just determining if something is true or false – it’s intelligently and responsibly navigating online, it’s putting countless pieces together to form a puzzle, it’s determining what’s important and evaluating bias, etc – the list goes on. So, as an educator, how do we reinforce these crucial skills in our classrooms?


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Reinforcing Digital skills in the Classroom.

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