[Ous-lp-rp13] Chapter 3 of Getting Past No - Reframe
jessica.orr at ccsd.us
Sat Oct 27 10:34:51 EDT 2018
Saretta, Ashton, Jessica
To reframe means to shift the “opponent’s” ideas from oppositional to
interest-focused. One must determine the opponent’s interests by asking
open-ended questions to dig deeper. A negotiator should use silence to
his/her advantage so that the opponent has an opportunity to share more
about their interests. S/he should attempt to shift from a “you-versus-me”
mentality to a “we” mentality. Finally, when reframing, a negotiator should
help the other side understand that both parties are collaborative, joint
force rather than adversaries.
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