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How to Win an Argument, According to Science (Infographic)

How to Win an Argument, According to Science (Infographic)

With a few simple tricks, you can consistently be on the winning side.

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Excuses anyone? 

Everytime I visit a factory that is not busy, I get the same answer, without even asking the question.”This is our quiet period. In a month, we’ll be full.” 116 more words


Just Go With It: Negotiation Scene

Maggie (Bailee Madison) negotiates a deal with Danny (Adam Sandler) when he asks her to act like his daughter. This scene does a great job opening a discussion for consumer/producer surplus in a principles class (or economic rent in a labor class).


4 negotiating tricks to win a highly-competitive deal, according to Steve Ballmer — who beat out Oprah and Larry Ellison to buy the LA Clippers

(Source: www.businessinsider.com)

Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer always wanted to own a sports team. Ultimately, he bought the LA Clippers for $2 billion, out-bidding numerous other groups that wanted the NBA team, including Oprah and Oracle’s Larry Ellison. 1,418 more words


How To Negotiate the Best TIA for Commercial Space

Negotiating the best tenant improvement allowance – or TIA – is a huge part of any lease negotiations for commercial real estate space.

When Negotiating At Work, This May Matter More Than Salary

(Source: www.forbes.com)

We’re taught to prioritize salary negotiations, but often overlook negotiating aspects of our work that will have a greater impact day-to-day. While salary is important, after you reach a certain point in your income, another couple thousand dollars per year amounts to a pretty small increase on each paycheck. 322 more words

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Include yourself

When are we taught business skills that equip us for the world of work? Like how to negotiate pay rises, deal with people we clash with in the office, and make sure our voices are heard in what can often be intimidating environments. 1,320 more words