The Real Deal eBook

For the last 40 years Scotwork have been examining one method by which we steer our way through inevitable conflicts, the art and skill of negotiation. Negotiation can help oil the wheels of life by recognising our differences and find a path by which we can get more of what we want.

For the last 3 years we have been blogging our musings on the issues of the day, the ones that have captured our imaginations and the ones that we feel could benefit from that art of negotiation. If you like we have taken real situations and thought through the options that may make a deal possible, or even just more likely. We have put these situations under the negotiators microscope.

They are accessible to all, but make more sense to the trained mind. Talk to us if you would like to become more aware of and better at doing this stuff yourself.

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On the Ropes

The car-crash interview of Diane Abbott on LBC Radio was the first of many I expect we will hear during the election process. For as long as politicians are poorly briefed, manifesto promises incorrectly costed with policies not properly thought through they will struggle in the face of good interviewers whose goal is to catch them out on data issues and produce cringe-making sound bites for the entertainment of the public. Laura Kuenssberg’s seven-time question to Jeremy Corbyn about his commitment to take the UK out of the EU whatever the deal achieved at the end of the two year negotiation in her interview with him on Tuesday (the data-answer to which was a simple Yes or No) left Corbyn looking unsure of his own policy, and was the segment of the interview that led the news at the expense of focussing on Labour Party policy announcements...

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