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Choose one of the sides and be empathetic to your significant other, while finding a solution that you would be very happy with. Assume that COVID is over and you can actually feel comfortable again going to a restaurant. Research actual restaurants in the area, and present real options that can satisfy both of your interests.

In a 2-3 page paper (double-spaced and typed with college level grammar and spelling) including all the components previously mentioned

It is Friday night and you and your significant other both had a long busy week with work and school, and you must decide what you want to do for dinner.


Person 1:

You had a rough week and all you thought about all day was getting home and relaxing in your sweat pants. The last thing you want to do is go out to a busy restaurant with a lot of noise. You also are limited with your selection of menu options as you are vegan. You would love to just chill and have a glass or two of wine.


Person 2:

Your friends at work have been raving about the food at this new restaurant all week. You cannot wait to try this place. You have also had a busy week and are looking forward to having a few beers to celebrate the beginning of the weekend. Because this new restaurant is so popular, there are no ?Happy Hour? specials and their beers are very pricey. You have your rent and car payment due next week, so money is a little tight.

Role play the scenario, keeping in mind your BATNA, as well as the BATNA of the other party and remember the 4 Principles of Negotiation:

1. Separate people from the problem

1. Focus on interests, not positions

1. Create options for mutual gain: Expand the Pie

1. Use Objective Criteria

Choose one of the sides and be empathetic to your significant other, while finding a solution

that you would be very happy with. Assume that COVID is over and you can actually feel

comfortable again going to a restaurant. Research actual restaurants in the

area, and present

real options that can satisfy both of your interests.

In

a 2

3 page paper (double

spaced and typed with college level grammar and spelling)

including all the components previously mentioned

It is Friday night and you and your sign

ificant other both had a long busy week with work and

school, and you must decide what you want to do for dinner.

Person 1:

You had a rough week and all you thought about all day was getting home and relaxing in your

sweat pants. The last thing you want t

o do is go out to a busy restaurant with a lot of noise. You

also are limited with your selection of menu options as you are vegan. You would love to just

chill and have a glass or two of wine.

Person 2:

Your friends at work have been raving about the foo

d at this new restaurant all week. You cannot

wait to try this place. You have also had a busy week and are looking forward to having a few

beers to celebrate the beginning of the weekend. Because this new restaurant is so popular, there

are no ?Happy Hour

? specials and their beers are very pricey. You have your rent and car

payment due next week, so money is a little tight.

Role play the scenario, keeping in mind your BATNA, as well as the BATNA of the other party

and remember the 4 Principles of Negoti

ation:

1.

Separate people from the problem

2.

Focus on interests, not positions

3.

Create options for mutual gain: Expand the Pie

4.

Use Objective Criteria

Choose one of the sides and be empathetic to your significant other, while finding a solution

that you would be very happy with. Assume that COVID is over and you can actually feel

comfortable again going to a restaurant. Research actual restaurants in the area, and present

real options that can satisfy both of your interests.

In a 2-3 page paper (double-spaced and typed with college level grammar and spelling)

including all the components previously mentioned

It is Friday night and you and your significant other both had a long busy week with work and

school, and you must decide what you want to do for dinner.

Person 1:

You had a rough week and all you thought about all day was getting home and relaxing in your

sweat pants. The last thing you want to do is go out to a busy restaurant with a lot of noise. You

also are limited with your selection of menu options as you are vegan. You would love to just

chill and have a glass or two of wine.

Person 2:

Your friends at work have been raving about the food at this new restaurant all week. You cannot

wait to try this place. You have also had a busy week and are looking forward to having a few

beers to celebrate the beginning of the weekend. Because this new restaurant is so popular, there

are no ?Happy Hour? specials and their beers are very pricey. You have your rent and car

payment due next week, so money is a little tight.

Role play the scenario, keeping in mind your BATNA, as well as the BATNA of the other party

and remember the 4 Principles of Negotiation:

1. Separate people from the problem

2. Focus on interests, not positions

3. Create options for mutual gain: Expand the Pie

4. Use Objective Criteria

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