Negotiation skills are required to negotiate better deals with the company’s partners and clients.
- Peter has successfully negotiated agreements that resulted in many new projects for our company.
- Helen has a talent for persuasion. Our clients agree with most of the ideas proposed by her.
- Every agreement made by Marta is highly profitable for the company.
- Gloria takes the needs of the company’s stakeholders when negotiating deals.
- James is able to negotiate a compromise with any person.
- Julia never lets emotions cloud her judgment in negotiations.
- Paul does not make agreements that do not meet the company’s interests.
- Samantha always looks at the situation from the other side’s perspective, which makes her a highly successful negotiator.
- Cindy uses reasons rather than emotions in negotiations.
- Susan makes solid business contracts and agreements.
Exceeds Requirements/More than Satisfactory:
- Trevor considers most contingencies when making agreements.
- Alfred is able to determine the best moment to start negotiations.
- Stephen thinks quickly during negotiation sessions.
- George is responsible for many profitable agreements.
- Harry is able to find a creative solution to meet the needs of both parties.
- Our partners are happy with agreements proposed by Ronald.
- Laura highlights how our products stand out from competitors to make good business agreements.
- Most negotiations conducted by James go smoothly.
- Ingrid remains calm and avoids getting emotional in negotiations.
- Monica is always prepared for negotiation sessions.
- Jennifer strictly follows the company’s policies when negotiating.
- Emma can be trusted to negotiate in the interests of our company.
- Arnold knows how to spark the interest of potential partners.
- Samantha listens to other people’s opinion when making agreements.
- Janice always keeps her supervisor in touch with the negotiation process.
- Monica has strong negotiation skills.
- Yvonne uses legal advice during negotiation if needed.
- Edward makes a great first impression on the company’s partners.
- Thomas is good at negotiating workplace conflicts.
- Abigail remains objective even during controversial negotiations.
- Sometimes Elaine comes unprepared for negotiation sessions.
- Michael lacks the confidence to negotiate with important partners of the company.
- Personal issues often distract Albert during negotiations.
- Robert does not make personal connections with people, which makes negotiation sessions less productive.
- Brian is very impatient. He becomes nervous when negotiations drag out.
- Wendy gets emotional during negotiations very frequently.
- Rebecca talks too much during negotiations.
- Sometimes Aaron walks into negotiations without having any background information.
- Nigel fails to demonstrate the value of our company’s products.
- Portia does not make back-up plans for negotiations.
- Ronald does not conduct research or information gathering before negotiations.
- Samantha signs contracts and agreements without reading them first.
- Thomas fails to remain objective during heated negotiations.
- Olivia gets too emotional about negotiations. She needs to start controlling her emotions.
- Hayden makes many paperwork mistakes when preparing contracts.
- Most of the negotiations conducted by Marta result in losses for the company.
- David makes ambitious and unreasonable demands.
- Susan is not able to negotiate a successful deal with anyone.
- Rachel fails to prepare for negotiations. She needs to put more effort into research.
- Donald is a close-minded person who refuses to consider proposals of other people.