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    pages link to Observing Role Players View previous 50 next 50 20 50 100 250 500 4th Module Turning confrontation into cooperation links Category ACTIVITY links Category NEGOTIATION links Contents links View previous 50 next 50 20 50 100 250 500 Retrieved from http peacebuilding caritas org index php Special WhatLinksHere Views Special Personal tools 91 105 69 17 Talk for this IP Log in create account Navigation Homepage Contents

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  • Observing Role-Players - Peacebuilding
    mine is mine what s yours is negotiable Why should they cooperate with you when they can get what they want by using their power Adapted from Ury William Getting Past No Negotiating Your Way from Confrontation to Cooperation New York Bantam 1993 1991 pp 5 9 Handout 2 Sample Role Play Scenarios You can use any of the following simple scenarios for role plays taken from the activity Role Sketches You can also refer to the activity Negotiation Role Play for a more detailed scenario Alternatively you can refer to the activity Writing Short Plays for creating crispy scenarios together with participants during the workshop Scenario 1 Husband and Wife Dinner Time Role 1 husband You are Ilyas 37 year old agricultural worker adapt the names to suit the local context let participants choose It is 7 00 pm and you have just finished your shift at the farm where you work It has been a hard day the farm is harvesting and you and other workers are on a 10 hour a day shift since weeks You have just returned back home to find that your wife hasn t yet prepared dinner She s just back with your two kids they too will have to eat You are damn hungry and it seems like it will take a couple of hours before you will eat This seems to have become routine in your house your wife doesn t seem to understand that you need to eat at 7 00 pm Role 2 wife You are Selma 34 year old housewife with a husband and two kids It is 7 00 pm you have just rushed home with your two kids the day has been hot and hard Your day started at 6 00 am when you woke up to prepare breakfast for all the family and prepare the kids to go to school You woke them up dress up walked them to school From there on you have been running all day to provide the necessities for you family and house As usual in the afternoon you walked the kids to visit their grandmother She is old and sick you prepared dinner for her and on the way back home you stopped for a while at the park in order to let the kids meet their friends and play Now you rushed home to find your husband nervous and quarrelling over you because it s late and dinner is not ready This seems to have become a routine he just doesn t seem to understand that you ve run the whole day Scenario 2 Boss and employee deadlines and holidays Role 1 Boss You are Yoshi 36 year old single You are managing director of a communication and graphics firm Your firm is composed of a small team of three creative thinkers and designers plus one administrative and one PR staff You are working 12 hour a day in a row and are engaged 24 7 You do

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  • Observing Role-Players - Peacebuilding
    situation thus they are determined to beat you They might be guided by the precept what s mine is mine what s yours is negotiable Why should they cooperate with you when they can get what they want by using their power Adapted from Ury William Getting Past No Negotiating Your Way from Confrontation to Cooperation New York Bantam 1993 1991 pp 5 9 Handout 2 Sample Role Play Scenarios You can use any of the following simple scenarios for role plays taken from the activity Role Sketches You can also refer to the activity Negotiation Role Play for a more detailed scenario Alternatively you can refer to the activity Writing Short Plays for creating crispy scenarios together with participants during the workshop Scenario 1 Husband and Wife Dinner Time Role 1 husband You are Ilyas 37 year old agricultural worker adapt the names to suit the local context let participants choose It is 7 00 pm and you have just finished your shift at the farm where you work It has been a hard day the farm is harvesting and you and other workers are on a 10 hour a day shift since weeks You have just returned back home to find that your wife hasn t yet prepared dinner She s just back with your two kids they too will have to eat You are damn hungry and it seems like it will take a couple of hours before you will eat This seems to have become routine in your house your wife doesn t seem to understand that you need to eat at 7 00 pm Role 2 wife You are Selma 34 year old housewife with a husband and two kids It is 7 00 pm you have just rushed home with your two kids the day has been hot and hard Your day started at 6 00 am when you woke up to prepare breakfast for all the family and prepare the kids to go to school You woke them up dress up walked them to school From there on you have been running all day to provide the necessities for you family and house As usual in the afternoon you walked the kids to visit their grandmother She is old and sick you prepared dinner for her and on the way back home you stopped for a while at the park in order to let the kids meet their friends and play Now you rushed home to find your husband nervous and quarrelling over you because it s late and dinner is not ready This seems to have become a routine he just doesn t seem to understand that you ve run the whole day Scenario 2 Boss and employee deadlines and holidays Role 1 Boss You are Yoshi 36 year old single You are managing director of a communication and graphics firm Your firm is composed of a small team of three creative thinkers and designers plus one administrative and one PR staff

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    solving look like thin air when compared with the stresses strains temptations and tempests of life You might come to the table armed with all your good principles but very easily end up in a face to face confrontation instead of solving the problem jointly You might dig into rigid positions attack the other side ferociously or let them take advantage of you Sounds familiar William Ury has identified a number of real world barriers that get in the way to cooperation Let s see the five most common of these Adapted from Ury William Getting Past No Negotiating Your Way from Confrontation to Cooperation New York Bantam 1993 1991 pp 5 8 II Ask the plenary to divide in sub groups of 3 7 individuals ideally you should form 5 sub groups one for each barrier to cooperation III Distribute the handouts making sure that each group receives a different one and announce the groups task After reading your task is twofold 1 Generate examples possibly taken from real life where your reaction has been an actual barrier to cooperation or their reaction their position their dissatisfaction their power depending on which barrier the group is working on 2 Devise strategies to break through the barrier of your reaction and transform confrontation to cooperation or their reaction their position their dissatisfaction their power depending on which barrier the group is working on IV Distribute papers pencils flip chart papers and markers to each group to take note of their discussions and prepare visual aids for presenting their findings to the plenary V Start group work and assign sufficient time Assist if needed VI After group work ask all groups to return to the plenary and invite them to present their findings starting from introducing to the actual barrier to cooperation they have worked on VII Boost and facilitate discussion Source The activity has inspired by Ury William Getting Past No Negotiating Your Way from Confrontation to Cooperation New York Bantam 1993 1991 pp 5 9 The handouts have been adapted from pp 8 9 Handout 1 Your Reaction The first barrier to cooperation is inside of us Most of us are reaction machines we feel like answering in kind when we are under stress we encounter a no or we feel we are under attack Frequently when we strike back we invite the other side to re do the same ending up with an action reaction cycle that leaves both sides losers Or under pressure we might just give in to end the negotiation and preserve the relationship Thus we lose and we expose ourselves to further exploitation from others as we have demonstrated our weakness Handout 2 Their Emotion A strong barrier to cooperation is the other side s negative emotions When they attack you they might be angry and hostile If their position is rigid that might be because of their fear and distrust When they are convinced that they are right and you are wrong they

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    6 244 bytes New page Purpose To explore real world barriers that get in the way to cooperation To develop examples illustrating barriers to cooperation To devise strategies to break through barr Latest Earliest View newer 50 older 50 20 50 100 250 500 Retrieved from http peacebuilding caritas org index php Five Barriers to Cooperation Views Page Discussion View source History Personal tools 91 105 69 17 Talk for

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  • Pages that link to "Five Barriers to Cooperation" - Peacebuilding
    following pages link to Five Barriers to Cooperation View previous 50 next 50 20 50 100 250 500 4th Module Turning confrontation into cooperation links Category ACTIVITY links Category NEGOTIATION links Contents links View previous 50 next 50 20 50 100 250 500 Retrieved from http peacebuilding caritas org index php Special WhatLinksHere Views Special Personal tools 91 105 69 17 Talk for this IP Log in create account Navigation

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  • Five Barriers to Cooperation - Peacebuilding
    principles of joint problem solving look like thin air when compared with the stresses strains temptations and tempests of life You might come to the table armed with all your good principles but very easily end up in a face to face confrontation instead of solving the problem jointly You might dig into rigid positions attack the other side ferociously or let them take advantage of you Sounds familiar William Ury has identified a number of real world barriers that get in the way to cooperation Let s see the five most common of these Adapted from Ury William Getting Past No Negotiating Your Way from Confrontation to Cooperation New York Bantam 1993 1991 pp 5 8 II Ask the plenary to divide in sub groups of 3 7 individuals ideally you should form 5 sub groups one for each barrier to cooperation III Distribute the handouts making sure that each group receives a different one and announce the groups task After reading your task is twofold 1 Generate examples possibly taken from real life where your reaction has been an actual barrier to cooperation or their reaction their position their dissatisfaction their power depending on which barrier the group is working on 2 Devise strategies to break through the barrier of your reaction and transform confrontation to cooperation or their reaction their position their dissatisfaction their power depending on which barrier the group is working on IV Distribute papers pencils flip chart papers and markers to each group to take note of their discussions and prepare visual aids for presenting their findings to the plenary V Start group work and assign sufficient time Assist if needed VI After group work ask all groups to return to the plenary and invite them to present their findings starting from introducing to the actual barrier to cooperation they have worked on VII Boost and facilitate discussion Source The activity has inspired by Ury William Getting Past No Negotiating Your Way from Confrontation to Cooperation New York Bantam 1993 1991 pp 5 9 The handouts have been adapted from pp 8 9 Handout 1 Your Reaction The first barrier to cooperation is inside of us Most of us are reaction machines we feel like answering in kind when we are under stress we encounter a no or we feel we are under attack Frequently when we strike back we invite the other side to re do the same ending up with an action reaction cycle that leaves both sides losers Or under pressure we might just give in to end the negotiation and preserve the relationship Thus we lose and we expose ourselves to further exploitation from others as we have demonstrated our weakness Handout 2 Their Emotion A strong barrier to cooperation is the other side s negative emotions When they attack you they might be angry and hostile If their position is rigid that might be because of their fear and distrust When they are convinced that they are right and

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    their relationship But you might say this is easy to say but hard to do The beautiful principles of joint problem solving look like thin air when compared with the stresses strains temptations and tempests of life You might come to the table armed with all your good principles but very easily end up in a face to face confrontation instead of solving the problem jointly You might dig into rigid positions attack the other side ferociously or let them take advantage of you Sounds familiar William Ury has identified a number of real world barriers that get in the way to cooperation Let s see the five most common of these Adapted from Ury William Getting Past No Negotiating Your Way from Confrontation to Cooperation New York Bantam 1993 1991 pp 5 8 II Ask the plenary to divide in sub groups of 3 7 individuals ideally you should form 5 sub groups one for each barrier to cooperation III Distribute the handouts making sure that each group receives a different one and announce the groups task After reading your task is twofold 1 Generate examples possibly taken from real life where your reaction has been an actual barrier to cooperation or their reaction their position their dissatisfaction their power depending on which barrier the group is working on 2 Devise strategies to break through the barrier of your reaction and transform confrontation to cooperation or their reaction their position their dissatisfaction their power depending on which barrier the group is working on IV Distribute papers pencils flip chart papers and markers to each group to take note of their discussions and prepare visual aids for presenting their findings to the plenary V Start group work and assign sufficient time Assist if needed VI After group work ask all groups to return to the plenary and invite them to present their findings starting from introducing to the actual barrier to cooperation they have worked on VII Boost and facilitate discussion Source The activity has inspired by Ury William Getting Past No Negotiating Your Way from Confrontation to Cooperation New York Bantam 1993 1991 pp 5 9 The handouts have been adapted from pp 8 9 Handout 1 Your Reaction The first barrier to cooperation is inside of us Most of us are reaction machines we feel like answering in kind when we are under stress we encounter a no or we feel we are under attack Frequently when we strike back we invite the other side to re do the same ending up with an action reaction cycle that leaves both sides losers Or under pressure we might just give in to end the negotiation and preserve the relationship Thus we lose and we expose ourselves to further exploitation from others as we have demonstrated our weakness Handout 2 Their Emotion A strong barrier to cooperation is the other side s negative emotions When they attack you they might be angry and hostile If their position is rigid that

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