Conflic Negotiation

Assignment Two 1

Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
Assignment Number: One

Wayne Mitchell

Professor: John Smith

American University

Assignment Two 2

The identified steps to a negotiation that incorporate several stages can be represented by the following milestones often encountered in traditional negotiation cycles: Identification for necessity, creation of an attentive platform for each party, completion of agreement (reconciliation process), and finally the follow up process (evaluation and validation of successful implementation). Many times during the revelation that a negotiation must occur, the identification of a problem and possible resolution must be visualized. Each party will have to forge a relationship with its counterpart and ultimately orchestrate a partnership that can hopefully work together in order to resolve the dispute amicably.   The identification of a problem and the formation of supporters to champion the implementation of the proposed solution for the dispute is the genius for the negotiation process.   Once the item or items have been identified, it is the onus of the originating party to seek and interface with the opposing party in such a manner to wield and ultimately persuade the counter point holders to concede or assist with equitably negotiation attempts.   The mature phase of the negotiation process is usually achieved by reframing the approach to the negotiation efforts many times and hammering out a resolution that involves a settlement or meeting of the minds.   The terminal end of the negotiation process is referred to as the follow up or review mode of the operation. It is here that the final blessing or re-negotiations process must commence.   The mere agreement of a settlement is not enough to afford both parties the benefits of conflict closure…it is the test of the agreed upon agenda that must be reviewed for success.   The process of resolution might have gone through on limited information that once truly...