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Power Imbalances in Principled Negotiation

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Power Imbalances in Principled Negotiation

John Woodward has over 25 years experience as a commercial litigator, which led to a strong interest in ADR as a means of resolving disputes. John currently works as an ADR practitioner offering mediation and arbitration services.

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This course explores how power imbalances between negotiating parties may impact on the objectives of principled negotiation in practice, and strategies for addressing this.

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This course explores how the exercise of power can impact on principled negotiations in practice. The course discusses:

  • identifying power imbalances in negotiations;
  • the impact of these imbalances on the parties to negotiations; 
  • the extent to which the objectives of principled negotiation may be compromised by power imbalances; and 
  • practical techniques which can redefine the power dynamic in negotiations.

These concepts are explored through real-world case studies on the impact of power imbalances in principled negotiations and other settings

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