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For example, it is quite possible to hold people in deep regard, to like them, to respect their worth, their feelings, values and beliefs, and yet to disagree with the particular point they are making.
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Many times, the parties are unaware of their range of choices. This is a negotiation.
In real life, people deal with conflict emotionally as much if not more than they do intellectually. The intractable budget debates in Congress in 2012-13 are example of lose-lose situations. There are often a number of ways of satisfying interests, whereas positions tend to focus on only one solution. As I will explain, win-win is dangerously simplistic.
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If no resolution can be reached, it may be possible to find some other, independent party whom both sides will trust to make a fair decision. In this solution each sister wins without the other sister having to lose. In a famous story used in many negotiation and conflict resolution trainings, two sisters are fighting over the one remaining orange.
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In the world where large corporate cultures and small teams are supposed to express shared values, win-win conflict resolution strategies are frequently applied. The third assumption is that the range of choices is limited to two possibilities.