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Just like you shouldn’t build your home with an questionably skilled Carpenter, you shouldn't negotiate your aspirations with a questionably skilled Negotiator? Understanding the nuances between interest based and position based negotiation techniques and how each is used effectively, is critical to finding a winning outcome. We have negotiated some of the most influential bi-partite and tri-partite agreements in the country, using many proven and innovative techniques. Our success is primarily the result of having unique and balanced insight to what drives aboriginal, industrial and governmental interests, coupled with years of negotiations training and experience.
 
Whether we are negotiating long term opportunities and assisting our clients in developing the businesses to turn the opportunities into reality, or whether we are negotiating workable win / win relationships, we design our approach according to each of our client's unique needs.

"If you are aboriginal you clearly understand that there is a distinct difference between good intentions and real opportunities.  If you are a government or industrial organization, you understand that there is a distinct difference between unstable wishful thinking and the stability of planned, workable accomplishments".
- Peter Politis, Senior Consultant


 
  • Long term negotiated opportunities;

  • Leading edge interest based negotiation techniques designed for success;

  • Maximized opportunity agreements:
    • based on creating and architecting value for the parties;
    • as opposed to agreements based compromise and the bare minimum;

  • Workable and effective agreements with aboriginal communities, industry and government bodies:
    • reflecting what those involved desire, while balancing the interests of their new partners.


 
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