Negotiation is a communication process used to resolve conflicts. This is the primary conflict resolution device. It is best used when:
- the parties are prepared to cooperate to meet their goals;
- the parties can influence each other to act in ways that will be mutually beneficial; and
- the parties are affected by time constraints.
Negotiation allows for a wide range of solutions.
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