The act of discussing an issue between two or more parties with competing interests with an aim of coming to an agreement.
discussion; bargaining to reach an agreement.
"The process of working out an agreement by direct communication."
Contracting through the use of either competitive or other-than-competitive proposals and discussions. Any contract awarded without using sealed bidding procedures is a negotiated contract.
Discussions among the interested parties in a dispute to seek a resolution.
The act whereby title to, and rights in, a negotiable instrument are transferred from one party to another. Instruments payable to “bearer” or endorsed in blank are negotiated by mere delivery; instruments payable “to order” of a specific party are negotiated by endorsement.
1. Under Article 3 Commercial Paper, this is the transfer of an instrument in such form that the transferee becomes a holder. If the instrument is payable to order, it is negotiated by delivery with any necessary endorsement; if payable to bearer, it is negotiated by delivery; 2. A process in which two or more parties exchange goods or services and attempt to agree upon the exchange rate for them.
A dispute resolution process in which two parties settle their differences by themselves, without the use of a third-party.
Process where parties directly exchange ideas, views, promises, and problems surrounding a dispute. Positional bargaining tends to focus on demands, and counter-demands of disputing parties, sometimes leading to a bargaining process where parties trade concessions and demands. Interest-based negotiations focus on the interests underlying one's position on an issue. The parties explore their needs, concerns, and eventually work on developing mutually acceptable solutions that meet as many of the disputants' interests as possible.
Conferring or discussing by the Buyer to reach an agreement with the vendor.
a form of communication between opposing sides in a conflict in which offers and counteroffers are made and a solution occurs only when it is agreed on by both parties
a bargaining relationship between two or more parties who have a perceived or actual conflict of interest.
The heart of most dispute resolution techniques. Variously defined as communication for the purpose of persuasion; a way of solving problems, or a process for reaching decisions.
A method of resolving legal disputes in which the parties' lawyers prepare and exchange a series of proposals. The proposals may be oral or written.
In dispute settlement, this is discussion designed to reach a mutual agreement.
is a process in which disputants communicate their differences to one another through conference, discussion, and compromise in an attempt to resolve them.
consciously discussing issues of disagreement between people in order to reach a compromise that does not take advantage of either side. For one to carry out effective negotiation, firm ground for one's defence has to be established. The compromise reached does not mean a compromise of one's beliefs, values and principles. It involves being able to cope with potentially threatening or risky situations involving interpersonal relations.
The process in which both sides present their positions to each other, consider those positions, and then reach a compromise based on the original positions.
When two parties discuss what they want in order to reach an agreement.
Negotiation can be considered the fundamental form of dispute resolution. Essentially it involves two or more parties working together to examine their interests and needs, and working out a solution that will give the best possible outcome to both sides. This can be done cooperatively, as it is in principled negotiation, or it can be done in a competitive way as is typical in distributive bargaining.
a discussion intended to produce an agreement; "the buyout negotiation lasted several days"; "they disagreed but kept an open dialogue"; "talks between Israelis and Palestinians"
the activity or business of negotiating an agreement; coming to terms
a bargaining situation in which the hostage taker should not receive anything that he does not bargain for
a discussion that should result in an agreement or business contract
The best way to resolve anything is through negotiation. We understand the perspective of others involved in the construction industry and will contribute effectively to the negotiation process. You can have us "up front" or "waiting in the wings".
To try and reach an agreement or settlement in a dispute.
a formal discussion between parties with the purpose of reaching an agreement.
to confer with another so as to arrive at the settlement of some matter through conference, discussion, and compromise.
means a flexible process that includes the receipt of a proposal from an offeror, and permits bargaining. Bargaining3/4in the sense of discussion, persuasion, alteration of initial assumptions and positions and give and take3/4may apply to price, schedule, technical requirements and other terms of the proposed contract.
This is a process of involving students in decisions about their learning. When teachers negotiate with their students, they share their intentions with them and make it clear what the constraints and non-negotiable elements of the program are. Then they enable the students to make their own contributions to planning the learning program. As in adult negotiations, this does not mean handing over control to one party or the other, but it does mean working towards outcomes that are acceptable to all.
A technological style dominant from 1600 to about 1880. Characterized by flexibility and compromise.
Developing negotiation strategies to resolve conflict
Process of discussing, compromising and bargaining with adversaries in good faith to secure a resolution to a conflict and reconciliation of adversaries. (See six steps of nonviolence below)
the art of satisfying needs by reaching agreement or compromise with other parties.
Conferring, discussing, or bargaining to reach agreement.
Negotiation is bargaining -- it is the process of discussion and give-and-take between two or more disputants, who seek to find a solution to a common problem. Negotiation occurs between people all the time -- between parents and children, between husbands and wives, between workers and employers, between nations. It can be relatively cooperative, as it is when both sides seek a solution that is mutually beneficial (commonly called win-win or cooperative bargaining), or it can be confrontational (commonly called win-lose or adversarial bargaining,) when each side seeks to prevail over the other.
A discussion to enable an agreement or a compromise.
Negotiation is a learnable skill, a process not a event, that can be done only between equal parties before being hired, but only after an offer is made.
Negotiation is a process civilised people use to reach agreement.
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Conferring and discussing to reach an agreement about what will happen in an SM scene regarding likes, dislikes, limits, health issues, roles, etc.
The process of discussing an issue between two parties who are working towards the same goal. Successful negotiation usually leads to a contract and then a sale.
The process of discussion with a view to mutual settlement usually by the means of a conference.
a discussion with the aim of resolving a difference of opinion, or dispute, or to settle the terms of an agreement or transaction.
A discussion so as to reach agreement.
Make an offer and we will attempt to negotiate a concluded contract between the parties.
Discussion, written or otherwise, between two or more parties of different sides, the aim being to reach a common agreement.
The skill of trading off differences to reach a win-win agreement for both parties
A voluntary relationship between two or more parties that educates each another about their needs and interests to try and resolve a perceived or actual conflict. Back Position A disputant's ideal, unilateral solution to a dispute. Back
discussion and give and take leading to an agreement. In respect to Letters of credit is means ¡°buying¡± of a bill of exchange drawn on another party. In situations where letters of credit are settled by negotiation, a negotiating bank may be nominated to check the documents, pay the seller and seek reimbursement from the Issuing bank. Alternatively the credit may be freely negotiable at any bank.
This is the primary method for acquiring property for your project. It involves explaining items such as details of construction, your agency's offer of just compensation and what just compensation is. A property owner must have these details in order to consider your agency's offer. The negotiation process involves listening to the property owner and determining the best way (negotiated settlement/administrative settlement) to reach an agreement for the sale of property. You should contact your LPA coordinator or STD to determine how the administrative settlement (negotiated settlement) approval process works.
Finding solutions that everybody can live with, by expressing your self-interest, discovering others' self-interest, discussing the problem, and debating suggested solutions.
While the common meaning of the term "negotiation" is well known, a Web based system such as Inspire needs to give it a specific technical meaning because there are multiple users conducting multiple negotiations on possibly the same or different sets of issues on the system, via a common set of Web pages which may be visited in a different order each time. To keep things organized, each "negotiation" is uniquely identified by a negotiation name, and defined as the complete sequence of interactions between Inspire and a particular pair of users (beginning with preference elicitation, continuing through offer exchange, reaching agreement, and ending with post-settlement analysis), on a particular set of issues. Thus, the same pair of users may conduct more than one negotiation on the same set of issues, but for each instance the negotiation name will be different.
A process of communication by which parties attempt to resolve a dispute between them.
"Negotiations is a form of decision-making by which two or more parties talk with one another in an effort to resolve their opposing interests" (D.G. Pruitt). Negotiation can be relatively cooperative, as when both sides seek a solution that is mutually beneficial (commonly called principled or interest-based), or it can be confrontational (commonly called win-lose or adversarial) bargaining, when each side seeks to prevail over the other.
A form of dispute resolution where an independent person arranges settlement via discussion or compromise Process where parties discuss potential resolution of issue
The process of bargaining that precedes an agreement. Successful negotiation generally results in a con. tract between the parties.
Mutual discussion or communication of terms and methods in an exchange situation. p. 334
A process which may be formal but involves at least two people who are on different sides of an issue; typically they discuss and give and take in order to reach a resolution that requires compromise on both sides.
The process by which people in a dispute talk to each other in order to arrive at a solution to their problem.
Two or more parties engaged in communication to help them to reach an agreement in which all parties feel their needs are being met.
A process of compromise aimed at resolving a dispute or reaching an agreement.
Negotiation is any form of communication, direct or indirect, whereby parties who have opposing interests discuss, without resort to arbitration or other judicial processes, the form of any joint action which they might take to manage and ultimately resolve the dispute between them.
The process of give and take until an acceptable agreement is achieved.
The transaction of business aimed at reaching a meeting of minds among the parties; bargaining.
Negotiating involves exchanging ideas, information, and opinions with others to formulate policies and programs and arrive jointly at decisions, conclusions, or solutions.
See also Collective Bargaining
The process of searching for agreement between people who have apparently different self-interests.
Negotiation is the process where interested parties resolve disputes, agree upon courses of action, bargain for individual or collective advantage, and/or attempt to craft outcomes which serve their mutual interests. Negotiation is usually regarded as a form of alternative dispute resolution. The first step in negotiation is to determine whether the situation is in fact a negotiation.
Negotiation in BDSM community is a form of communication where participants make arrangements on each others' requirements, responsibilities and limits to find the best possible agreement.