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Regarding negotiation and conflict resolution: identify and discuss three hardball tactics, then explain in detail how you would deal with the specific hardball tactics.

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One hardball tactic is the nibble. The negotiator adds a small item to the agreement when both the negotiators have gone through the negotiation and agreement is close. This specific hardball tactic can be dealt with by countering the nibble with nibbles of one's own. Alternately, the negotiator can be asked what else you want till all issues are uncovered and ...

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