Welcome to part 3 of this 3 part article, Is Fear Sabotaging Your Ability to Negotiate? In part 2, I discussed fears related to how people will treat you and offered research-based tips and tools for more effective collaboration at work. Today, I will discuss two fears related to the feelings that may arise during a negotiation: The fear of experiencing negative emotions and the fear of having to deal with other people’s negative emotions. Fears
Welcome to part 2 of this 3-part article, Is Fear Sabotaging Your Ability to Negotiate? Inpart 1, I discussed fears related to how others will see you and offered research-based tips and tools for more effective collaboration at work. Today, I will discuss two fears related to how people will treat you: The fear of being taken advantage of and the fear of being demeaned. These fears can prevent you from asking for the resources necessary to perform
Fear, negotiation
Is Fear Sabotaging Your Ability to Negotiate? Part I I welcome your thoughts on this 3 part article, which will cover 6 fears that may be sabotaging your negotiations. I will be sharing research-based tips and tools for more effective collaboration at work. You can place your ideas in the comments section or email them to michele@drmichelewilliams.com. Photo by Scorpio Creative on Unsplash Photo by Leon Tan on Unsplash Are you too nice?    Do others often take
Too Nice? I’m excited that you’ve chosen to read my new LinkedIn Series: Navigating Communication and Conflict at Work. I will be sharing research-based tips and tools for more effective collaboration at work. I welcome your thoughts on this article. Click ‘subscribe’ to be a part of this community and be notified about upcoming articles. You can place your ideas in the comments section or email them to michele@drmichelewilliams.com. Does the thought of negotiating hard leave you cold?

Trust and Betrayal

Posted by Dr. Michele Williams on September 5, 2018

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Category: Trust
Do you have a difficult colleague or boss who seems determined to undermine your performance at work? Have your coworkers drawn lines in the sand between the trusted “us” and the distrusted “them”?  Do you find it difficult to get the collaborative effort you need in your workplace to accomplish goals? Drawing on over 15 years of experience researching trust and teaching conflict resolution at top universities, I will discuss research-based strategies for understanding, building

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