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  • Dealing with Emotions - Peacebuilding
    brainstorming session invite participants to respond and report their ideas on the flip chart discuss III Introduce the following Roger Fisher and Daniel Shapiro suggest that dealing directly with emotions in most cases won t work They identify three main ways people usually deal with emotions They try to stop having them pretending to be just rational cold blooded But emotions usually fail to stop they can t just decide to stop feeling They try to ignore them but usually they fail as emotions affect their body thinking and behaviour They try to deal directly with them both theirs and the others but it is extremely difficult to deal with every emotions that comes up during a negotiation even for a talented psychologist Thus instead of dealing with emotions Fisher and Shapiro suggest addressing the core concerns that generate them A concern is something that is important to someone something you worry about and that you have a desire to protect Concerns are often implicit even experienced negotiators can be unaware of the concerns that motivate them and their decisions IV Divide the plenary in sub groups of 3 7 individuals distribute flip chart pages and markers and assign them this task What are the core concerns that stimulate emotions arising in negotiation Discuss and respond report your findings on a flip chart page and prepare to present them to the plenary V Invite each sub group to present their findings to the rest of the plenary take note on a flip chart page to summarise all core concerns identified Note You can separate this activity in two parts and play these at different times during the workshop The first part of the activity includes steps I to II of the process the second part includes steps III to V

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  • Dealing with Emotions - Peacebuilding
    prevent negative emotions to damage our negotiations and use positive emotions to enhance them II Facilitate a brainstorming session invite participants to respond and report their ideas on the flip chart discuss III Introduce the following Roger Fisher and Daniel Shapiro suggest that dealing directly with emotions in most cases won t work They identify three main ways people usually deal with emotions They try to stop having them pretending to be just rational cold blooded But emotions usually fail to stop they can t just decide to stop feeling They try to ignore them but usually they fail as emotions affect their body thinking and behaviour They try to deal directly with them both theirs and the others but it is extremely difficult to deal with every emotions that comes up during a negotiation even for a talented psychologist Thus instead of dealing with emotions Fisher and Shapiro suggest addressing the core concerns that generate them A concern is something that is important to someone something you worry about and that you have a desire to protect Concerns are often implicit even experienced negotiators can be unaware of the concerns that motivate them and their decisions IV Divide the plenary in sub groups of 3 7 individuals distribute flip chart pages and markers and assign them this task What are the core concerns that stimulate emotions arising in negotiation Discuss and respond report your findings on a flip chart page and prepare to present them to the plenary V Invite each sub group to present their findings to the rest of the plenary take note on a flip chart page to summarise all core concerns identified Note You can separate this activity in two parts and play these at different times during the workshop The first part of the

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  • View source - Peacebuilding
    that s it But with brown cards you just lose your card without receiving anything Blue Can be exchanged with yellow red and brown cards Yellow Can be exchanged with red and brown cards Red Can be exchanged with brown and blue cards Brown Cannot be exchanged with other cards However with orange cards a brown card takes the other person s card without giving anything back Scoring system Each orange card is worth 1 point Each blue yellow and red card is worth 2 points Each brown card is worth 3 points Write the above characteristics and scoring system on a flip chart or overhead slide or PowerPoint slide so that all participants can read them III Give an additional instruction participants should conduct their negotiations in secret so that the other participants cannot see the colour of their cards A negotiation takes place when two players meet One asks Shall we negotiate and the other agrees When two people meet to negotiate they shouldn t know what colour cards the other person has If the person accepts each one takes a card and shows it to the other person if according to the characteristics of the respective colour they can exchange they do so If not they look for another person and carry on negotiating IV To start the game say Ready Three two one Negotiate V After 3 5 minutes stop the game and ask How do you feel How s it going VI Then restart the game for another 3 5 minutes VII After the game ask the participants to form a circle Ask each person to show the cards he she has and to announce his her score You can decide to congratulate the winner here VIII Remaining in a circle debrief Debriefing Questions you

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  • Revision history of "Shall We Negotiate" - Peacebuilding
    09 43 20 January 2009 Deepmike Talk contribs 3 891 bytes New page Activity Shall We Negotiate Aim To reflect on negotiation as a fundamental issue in everyday life Time 45 minutes Participants At least five partici Latest Earliest View newer 50 older 50 20 50 100 250 500 Retrieved from http peacebuilding caritas org index php Shall We Negotiate Views Page Discussion View source History Personal tools 91 105

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  • Pages that link to "Shall We Negotiate" - Peacebuilding
    link to Shall We Negotiate View previous 50 next 50 20 50 100 250 500 1st Module Cooperation and Competition Conflict Styles and Outcomes 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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  • Shall We Negotiate - Peacebuilding
    But with brown cards you just lose your card without receiving anything Blue Can be exchanged with yellow red and brown cards Yellow Can be exchanged with red and brown cards Red Can be exchanged with brown and blue cards Brown Cannot be exchanged with other cards However with orange cards a brown card takes the other person s card without giving anything back Scoring system Each orange card is worth 1 point Each blue yellow and red card is worth 2 points Each brown card is worth 3 points Write the above characteristics and scoring system on a flip chart or overhead slide or PowerPoint slide so that all participants can read them III Give an additional instruction participants should conduct their negotiations in secret so that the other participants cannot see the colour of their cards A negotiation takes place when two players meet One asks Shall we negotiate and the other agrees When two people meet to negotiate they shouldn t know what colour cards the other person has If the person accepts each one takes a card and shows it to the other person if according to the characteristics of the respective colour they can exchange they do so If not they look for another person and carry on negotiating IV To start the game say Ready Three two one Negotiate V After 3 5 minutes stop the game and ask How do you feel How s it going VI Then restart the game for another 3 5 minutes VII After the game ask the participants to form a circle Ask each person to show the cards he she has and to announce his her score You can decide to congratulate the winner here VIII Remaining in a circle debrief Debriefing Questions you might use include

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  • Shall We Negotiate - Peacebuilding
    So when you show an orange card you take the other person s card and that s it But with brown cards you just lose your card without receiving anything Blue Can be exchanged with yellow red and brown cards Yellow Can be exchanged with red and brown cards Red Can be exchanged with brown and blue cards Brown Cannot be exchanged with other cards However with orange cards a brown card takes the other person s card without giving anything back Scoring system Each orange card is worth 1 point Each blue yellow and red card is worth 2 points Each brown card is worth 3 points Write the above characteristics and scoring system on a flip chart or overhead slide or PowerPoint slide so that all participants can read them III Give an additional instruction participants should conduct their negotiations in secret so that the other participants cannot see the colour of their cards A negotiation takes place when two players meet One asks Shall we negotiate and the other agrees When two people meet to negotiate they shouldn t know what colour cards the other person has If the person accepts each one takes a card and shows it to the other person if according to the characteristics of the respective colour they can exchange they do so If not they look for another person and carry on negotiating IV To start the game say Ready Three two one Negotiate V After 3 5 minutes stop the game and ask How do you feel How s it going VI Then restart the game for another 3 5 minutes VII After the game ask the participants to form a circle Ask each person to show the cards he she has and to announce his her score You can

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  • Permission error - Peacebuilding
    in the group Sysops Retrieved from http peacebuilding caritas org index php Talk Too Many People To Deal With Views Page Discussion Personal tools 91 105 69 17 Talk for this IP Log in create account Navigation Homepage Contents Help pages Random page About this site Search CARITAS French version Spanish version Contact us Caritas website Donate online My collection Show collection 115 pages Collections help User collections The category

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