Facilitating Negotiations DR142
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Over the past twenty years, Cornell has worked in hundreds of collective bargaining and dispute resolution situations to facilitate the use of interest-based negotiation techniques. At this workshop, you will learn how to apply these facilitation techniques to structure and guide interest-based dispute resolution processes in commercial and employment settings.
- Understanding the interest-based approach to dispute resolution
- Assessing the negotiation climate and the bargaining relationship for the potential of interest-based approaches
- Establishing the facilitator role and your facilitator ethics
- The Facilitator vs. the Mediator -- creating facilitation boundaries
- Getting agreement on a structured negotiation process
- Facilitation techniques for:
-- Conducting an "issue analysis" process
-- Developing a negotiation docket and timeline
-- Using sub-groups to enhance efficiency
-- Uncovering interests and delaying premature offers
-- Introducing information sharing into the process
-- Creating information-based options
-- Structuring offers and writing durable agreements
- Managing the between and within-group dynamics of negotiations to build stronger negotiating relationships
- Assessing your strengths and weaknesses as a facilitator
- Working with difficult negotiators and relationship breakdowns
This course will use a number of case-based simulations and role plays to help you learn the facilitation process for interest-based negotiations and practice facilitating live disputes.
Who Will Benefit
ADR neutrals, attorneys, human resource and labor leaders and other professionals responsible for facilitating disputes