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Negotiation is a method by which people settle differences.It is a process by which compromise or agreement is reached while avoiding argument and dispute.

In any disagreement, individuals understandably aim to achieve the best possible outcome for their position (or perhaps an organisation they represent).However, the principles of fairness, seeking mutual benefit and maintaining a relationship are the keys to a successful outcome.

Specific forms of negotiation are used in many situations: international affairs, the legal system, government, industrial disputes or domestic relationships as examples. However, general negotiation skills can be learned and applied in a wide range of activities. Negotiation skills can be of great benefit in resolving any differences that arise between you and others.

Stages of Negotiation

In order to achieve a desirable outcome, it may be useful to follow a structured approach to negotiation. For example, in a work situation a meeting may need to be arranged in which all parties involved can come together.

The process of negotiation includes the following stages:

Before any negotiation takes place, a decision needs to be taken as to when and where a meeting will take place to discuss the problem and who will attend. Setting a limited time-scale can also be helpful to prevent the disagreement continuing.

This stage involves ensuring all the pertinent facts of the situation are known in order to clarify your own position. In the work example above, this would include knowing the ‘rules’ of your organisation, to whom help is given, when help is not felt appropriate and the grounds for such refusals. Your organisation may well have policies to which you can refer in preparation for the negotiation.

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One of the most difficult feelings to rid oneself of is the emotional turmoil associated with being marginalized by a person or group in the position of power. Feelings of anger and confusion are often followed with those of inferiority. The internal struggle is exacerbated when it seems obvious that the perpetrator had no ill intent in conveying the denigrating message, particularly when patronizing. Society is replete with these microaggressions that more often than not go unnoticed but have a lasting impact on the recipient.

In “ Perceptions of Racial Microaggressions Among African American Males in Higher Education: A Heuristic Inquiry ,” Solórzano, Ceja, and Yosso define microaggressions as brief, everyday exchanges that send denigrating messages to certain individuals because of their group membership (people of color, women, the LGBT community). The term was first coined by Chester M. Pierce in 1970 in his work with African-Americans where he defined it as “subtle, stunning, often automatic, and nonverbal exchanges which are ‘put-downs’.” They have also been described as “subtle insults (verbal, nonverbal, and/or visual) directed toward people of color, often automatically or unconsciously.”

Derald Wing Sue’s research related to the psychology of microaggressions indicates that white individuals are often unaware of the cumulative harm that people of color experience from being routinely subjected to various racial microaggressions. According to Sue, these are microinvalidations characterized by communications or environmental cues that exclude, negate, or nullify the psychological thoughts, feelings, or experiential reality of certain groups, such as people of color, women, and the LGBT community. In many ways, microinvalidations may potentially represent the most damaging form of microaggressions because they directly and insidiously deny the racial, gender, or sexual-orientation reality of these groups.

According to Sue, the power to impose reality on marginalized groups represents the ultimate form of oppression. Examples of microinvalidations can be heard in everyday statements such as “Low man on the totem pole,” and in everyday actions such as over-validation, a form of patronization.

Eduardo Bonilla-Silva defined subtle forms of racial bias, referred to as color-blind racism, which refers to the conception among white individuals that considerations of race are presently no longer relevant in people’s lives in the United States. Contemporary color-blind racism is expressed in everyday beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors that are considered acceptable, and even commendable, by white individuals who use them. Accordingly, such attitudes are so deeply embedded in societal values and practices that they lie outside the consciousness of many well-intentioned white people who may genuinely consider themselves to be non-racist.

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Meet Jane. Jane was a normal girl growing up.Starting in elementary school, she was asked what she want to be when she grow up. She decided early on that she wanted to be a teacher and felt that she might as well be working towards something! Then through junior high and high school, hours of school and homework are piled on to prepare for that eventual career.

Then four gruelingyears are spent studying sun up to sun down in college for that next step. Upon completion of college, after 16+ years of schooling…this is it…it’s time for Jane to start her career! She graduates college, gets a teaching job, and settles into life. Until one day she meets Mr. Right, they fall madly in love, wedding bells chime, and J ane suddenly finds herself as the manager of her home…without any training!

ane suddenly finds herself as the manager of her home…without any training!

Jane is now the primary cook, finance manager , grocery shopper, cleaner, organizer, baker, and so much more. Jane suddenly has too many hats to wear and no training to handle it!

Jane spent years preparing for her career and only minutes thinking about managing her home . Jane’s story is a familiar one to many. Jane’s story is my story!

Jane’s story is my story!

What I didn’t understand {and so many don’t realize} is that being a homemaker is a career. My full time job is as a wife and a mother managing my home for God’s Glory! I wear 50 hats and have to be proficient {if not excellent} in many very different areas!

My full time job is as a wife and a mother managing my home for God’s Glory!

I came into marriage knowing very little about how to run a household. I knew how to make very basic meals and knew little to nothing about real nutrition and healthy living . I had a steep learning curve ahead of me and I am still daily learning what it means to be a Biblical homemaker.

The Excellent Wife of the Proverbs is a wonderful example to us:

An excellent wife who can find?She is far more precious thanjewels…She seeks wool and flax,and works with willing hands…She rises while it is yet nightand provides food for her householdand portions for her maidens.She considers a field and buys it; with the fruit of her hands she plants a vineyard. She dresses herself with strengthand makes her arms strong. She perceives that her merchandise is profitable. Her lamp does not go out at night. She puts her hands to the distaff,and her hands hold the spindle. She opens her hand tothe poor and reaches out her hands tothe needy. ~ Proverbs 31:10-20

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MFA Film, New York University, Tisch School of the Arts. Has worked in the film industry as a cinematographer, an editor, and a writer/director. First short film was an Official Sundance Selection in 1996 and has won awards at festivals worldwide. First feature, , was released by TLA Releasing in 2001. Taught for over five years as a Professor of Film at Long Island University. Originally from Vermont.

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MFA Film, Columbia University. Served as Senior Producer for Manning Productions and as Director/Writer/Editor for Sagebrush Productions. Award Winning Director: Regional Finalist for the Student Academy Awards, Princess Grace Honorarium, two-time Columbia College Chicago Big Screen Finalist, and winner of two Telly awards. Her debut feature film, , was an Official Selection of Outfest 2017. She is originally from Hot Springs, Arkansas, and remains active in the film industry there. [ jengerber.com ]

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BFA Film, New York University, Tisch School of the Arts. LA based writer, director, editor and cinematographer. His short film, “Curtis,” received an honorable mention at the 2004 Sundance Film Festival. Shot and co-produced the feature documentary, , which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and was nominated for a 2011 Emmy Award. He has worked as a freelance film editor with credits for PBS and many emerging filmmakers. Most recently, he has produced several episodes for the TV series and , and the two short films and . [ AgeeMi Shoes Women Open Toe Chunky Heels Ankle Strap Suede Sandals with Buckle Black VAJeFjQ

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MFA Film, Columbia University. Awarded with a Fulbright scholarship to pursue his MFA in Film Directing and Screenwriting at Columbia University. His award-winning short films have been screened in more than 150 Film Festivals and Contemporary Art Museums including Telluride Film Festival, Montreal World Film Festival and Pompidou Centre in Paris. Originally from Madrid, Spain. [ Unisa Women’s Kun18ks Closed Toe Heels Black Black Black aoU7xH

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BFA with Honors Film, New York University, Tisch School of the Arts. His first feature film, , premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and screened at festivals around the world, including Karlovy Vary, Munich, Zurich and Istanbul Film Festivals. The film follows an adult beginner’s swim class and stars Paget Brewster and Jess Weixler. received a runner-up Audience Award for Best Director from the Seattle International Film Festival and won best American Independent from the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival among others. Ishai’s latest feature film, , stars Laura Prepon, Bryan Greenberg, Dreama Walker and Amber Stevens. That film opened in theaters in LA in March, 2013, and was released in the US by Monterey Media. Ishai won a Vimeo Filmmaker Grant for and the film is currently airing internationally on The Sundance Channel. Ishai was selected as a member of the 2014-2016 ABC/Disney DGA Directing Fellowship. In addition to directing, Ishai also works as an editor. He edited the feature documentary , which was directed by Jared Leto. He also worked as an editor on the TV shows and .[ ishaisetton.com ]

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Originally from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Miguel Silveira lives and works in NYC. After wrapping his first feature-length documentary (Official selection - Woodstock Film Festival, Thessaloniki Documentary Film Festival, Athens Film + Video Festival) Miguel completed his thesis film at Columbia University, a political thriller titled . The film was selected by Columbia University's festival jury as one of the seven best films to come out of the program in 2014. The film also received the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation production grant, the Caucus Foundation award for excellence in filmmaking, the DGA awards for best film in its category and it was selected as a semi-finalist at the Student Academy Awards competition. Miguel developed and directed the Venezuelan chapter of MTV's documentary series , executive produced by Shepard Fairey, which aired worldwide in 2015. Miguel has taught in institutions such as Columbia College Chicago, EICTV in San Antonio de Los Banos, Cuba as well as Columbia University. He is also a proud sponsor of the Telluride Film Festival City Lights Program. After receiving his MFA from Columbia University, Miguel co-founded NoPort Films and is currently in production for the feature film and in development for , a political-thriller to be shot in Detroit in 2017.[ miguelsilveira.com ]

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Christoph Rainer is an Austrian filmmaker who graduated from The Filmacademy Vienna with a concentration in directing. He then received a Fulbright scholarship to pursue his MFA at Columbia University in New York, where he graduated with honors. His short films have been invited to over 250 film festivals worldwide, screened at museums such as the Tabakelera in San Sebastian and the MoMA in New York and have won numerous awards such as the TIFF Emerging Filmmaker Award at the Toronto Film Festival.

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Erlingur Thoroddsen is an award winning writer and director born and raised in Reykjavík, Iceland. He is a graduate from Columbia University's MFA Film Directing Program.

Erlingur’s first feature, CHILD EATER, based on his short film, premiered as the Closing Night film of the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival in 2016. His films have screened at various international festivals such as South By Southwest, Stockholm International Film Festival, Puchon International Film Festival andScreamfest.

His second feature, the psychological thriller RÖKKUR (e. RIFT) will premiere as the Closing Film of the 40th Göteborg International Festival in February 2017. [ erlingurthoroddsen.com ]

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Levi Abrino is a writer and director based in Los Angeles, CA. Most recently, he wrote for Amazon Prime's award-winning kids series And, he helped produce and script the feature-length romantic comedy , starring Cristin Milioti (, ), currently in festivals. Levi is a graduate of New York University's prestigious Film Directing MFA program, and his short films , , and have screened and won awards at numerous film festivals in the US and abroad. He is also an accomplished editor, notably cutting the Oscar-winning short film and the feature film , starring Matt LeBlanc.

Levi grew up with three siblings on a dairy farm in rural Western Pennsylvania. He has degrees in Geography and Filmmaking from Penn State University, which, after graduating, he was able to parlay into a job on the teller line of a small town bank. Here, his duties included cashing checks, taking deposits, and playing the crook in Friday-morning bank robbery drills. [ leviabrino.com ]

Core and Advanced Filmmaking, Los Angeles and New York City

MFA Film, New York University, Tisch School of the Arts. Craig's thesis project, , was released in 2009 as his first feature film. He has since written and directed a second feature, , released in 2014 and recently directed , starring Woody Harrelson, Judy Greer and Laura Dern, due for release in 2016. Craig is originally from Bellingham, Washington where he studied theatre at the University of Washington and worked for several years in theatre and sketch comedy. He currently lives and works as a screenwriter and director in Los Angeles, California.

Core and Advanced Filmmaking, Los Angeles and New York City

MFA Film, New York University, Tisch School of the Arts. Luke's thesis film, , which Luke wrote, directed and starred in, won the Oscar for Best Live Action Short Film in 2011. Luke continues to work as a writer, director, and producer of film and television. Luke's first feature co-writing credit, was released in 2014. He has since directed the feature film , starring Matt LeBlanc, and the TV series' .

Screenwriting, New York City

Lisa received her B.A. in Creative Writing from the University of Pennsylvania and her MFA in film from Columbia University. She is currently in pre-production for a new Netflix original series, . She is also adapting the best-selling novel by Gayle Forman for New Line Cinema, and has been tapped to adapt the novel by Jessica Tom for DreamWorks Studios.

Screenwriting, New York City

MFA Film, Columbia University. Andrew received a Sloan Foundation Treatment Fellowship for his feature-length screenplay , and the screenplay for his short film won the Katharina Otto-Bernstein Development Grant. Andrew’s experience teaching and working with teens ranges from helping to create the “Young Artist Film Lab,” working as an inaugural instructor for “Project FOCUS (Filmmakers Of Color United in Spirit),” and working as a Screenwriting Preceptor for a 15-week screenwriting course at Columbia University.

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