Gamesmanship as a tactic is used to cause confusion, intimidate, accelerate or improved leverage or momentum.
Thus it’s a key skill to recognize gamesmanship tactics when they occur so that the skilled negotiator can deal with them.
Almost half (49%) of interviewers said they have intentionally asked difficult questions while interviewing a candidate.
Interestingly, 20% admitted they’d adopted negative body language and 17% said they’d acted disinterested on purpose to throw the candidate.
Here’s an example of intimidation tactics from our collection of negotiation examples.
K&R Negotiations co-founder, Harvey, was representing a client in a negotiation.
Although, 22% say they might get flustered in such an intimidating scenario.
A similar percentage (22%) might stumble over their words, while just 12% say they would avoid eye contact to avoid an uncomfortable interview interaction.
Everyone in the room laughed, except the lead negotiator. In the above scenario from our collection of negotiation examples, the lead negotiator and other members of the other side’s team believed in negotiating through intimidation and arrogance.
They used negotiation tactics to intimidate Harvey into a concession.
Business owners, managers and employees all have a part to play in identifying and combating workplace bullying and intimidation.
Many people seem to think that schoolyard taunts stop after high school. Adults may engage in bullying behavior at work, victimizing subordinates, colleagues and sometimes even superiors.
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