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Negotiations Ninja Podcast is the number one negotiation podcast in the world. We develop and deliver the most engaging negotiation content on the planet. We explore negotiation strategy, negotiation tactics, stories of negotiation failure and negotiation success. We host negotiation experts, business people, and entrepreneurs from all walks of life and discuss which negotiation tactics work, which negotiations tactics don't work and how we can improve our negotiation skills.
 
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I Want to Be in Sales When I Grow Up! Is the title of the book John Barrows wrote to teach kids that sales is a legitimate profession—and one to be proud of. I read my boys this book, and they finally understand what I do. It forged a new connection that we’ve never had before. Not only does it serve an amazing educational purpose—but John’s book g…
 
In this special Throwback Thursday episode of Negotiations Ninja, you’ll get a refresher on how to pitch anything. Oren Klaff—the Director of Capital Markets at Intersection Capital—digs deep into the concept of building power and leverage. If you want to be a more effective and efficient negotiator—operating at THE highest level—give it a listen!…
 
Tim David started his career as a magician. He was traveling and doing up to 350 shows a year. But being a traveling magician and parenting a child wasn’t a great mix. So he sought a career change that could bring about some life balance. But he’d never had a real job—so how could he help people in their real jobs? He realized that the lessons that…
 
In this Throwback Thursday episode of the Negotiations Ninja podcast, we return to episode 131 with Banachek—a famed magician and mentalist. Banachek talks about keeping promises, building connection and trust, and what you can learn from TV Evangelists. Banachek thinks outside the box—listen to learn how you can too.…
 
How do you develop the ability to close deals? According to Cody Lowry, it’s by developing good “schmooze” techniques. It isn’t about your creative strategy. It isn’t about how you can save someone millions of dollars. It all comes down to your ability to do THREE things. What are they? Find out in this episode of Negotiation Ninja! Cody Lowry AKA …
 
In this throwback edition of the Negotiations Ninja podcast, we jump back in time to episode #144 with Tim Kintz. We talk all things sales negotiation, including why car salesmen get a bad rap. We talk about negotiating from a place of inspiration—not desperation. Tim also shares how to avoid letting your emotions cloud the process, why you should …
 
What are "garbage questions" and why are they so bad? How do you ask questions that deserve an answer? How do you keep your emotions in check when a negotiation escalates? Dan Oblinger answers all of these questions and so much more in this throwback of the Negotiations Ninja podcast. HINT: Curiosity is at the heart of good questions. Learn what it…
 
In this special throwback edition of Negotiations Ninja, we take a look back at episode #109 with David Meltzer. In this episode, we covered David's '"Guide to Negotiation", covering his secrets to successful negotiation. David touches on his abundance mindset, how to serve others and remove your ego from the equation, and the 5 things David seeks …
 
How do you develop authentic listening skills? Why has listening become a lost art? What is the difference between hearing and truly listening? Dan Oblinger answers all of these questions and more in this Throwback Thursday episode of the Negotiations Ninja podcast. He shares a few of his active listening skills to master and how to build an organi…
 
Sean is the Chief Visionary Officer + Co-Founder at UNBLINDED, a company focused on influence, process, and self-mastery. He is a successful attorney, speaker, entrepreneur, business coach, and the owner and President of Callagy Law. In this episode of Negotiations Ninja, he shares his four-step results formula to master the power of influence and …
 
In this Thursday Throwback we jump to episode #108 with the amazing Dr. David Matsumoto. We talk about his astounding career and research. We take a deep-dive into micro-expressions and how to detect deception in someone's face. It's astounding that your face can give away everything someone needs to know. Dr. David Matsumoto shares how you can imp…
 
Michael van Keulen (MVK) was born and raised in Amsterdam. He was at Foot Locker 15 years ago when they embraced e-sourcing with Iasta. He started in financing but fell in love with procurement. He set up the procurement function in Europe at VF Corp which caught the eye of corporate. So they asked him to lead their global transformation. He then j…
 
It’s become fairly evident that emotions play a large part in negotiations. Being able to manage your emotions is one of the most important parts of a negotiation. When things go sideways, frustration builds, and tempers flare, what do you do? How do you keep your emotions from spinning out of control? Svitlana Kalitsun realized through her career …
 
How do you negotiate like an entrepreneur? Marty Park—my business coach and entrepreneur extraordinaire—has built 14 companies over two decades. You don't build that many businesses from the ground up without being an expert negotiator. So in this special Throwback Thursday episode, we take a look back at episode #117. Marty shares what he thinks i…
 
What is happening between Israel and the United Arab Emirates? Is the U.S. part of the negotiations? What has led to the trade deals that are being formalized? This is a massive and historically relevant deal that’s been overshadowed by the coronavirus. Dr. Shira Mor shares a boots on the ground perspective of what’s happening in Tel Aviv. Get the …
 
In this Throwback Thursday episode of Negotiations Ninja, we take a look back at episode #120 with Cal Chrustie. Cal was with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police for 34 years, served as a Negotiations Mediator for the United Nations, and has been involved in high-stakes negotiations around the world. In this episode, Cal shares the story of a failed …
 
What is the difference between influence and manipulation? Many people define them the same way—but that’s a mistake. They are fundamentally different. Bog Burg explains why in this episode of Negotiations Ninja. Bob Burg got his start as a radio broadcaster, had a stint on tv, and then dove into sales. He is the co-author of The Go-Giver series, w…
 
In this special Throwback Thursday episode of the Negotiations Ninja podcast, we take a look back at episode 124 with Kim Orlesky. Kim is the President of KO Advantage Group and is a master of B2B sales. In this episode she shares insight into the negotiation process from a sales standpoint. We cover everything from emotional intelligence to consul…
 
What can you do to improve your attractiveness, candidacy, and relevance in the market? How do you hold strong on the value you offer when the job availability in your region just isn’t there? The procurement industry is growing into a global force and procurement professionals need to adapt to their changing world. Martin Smith—the Managing Direct…
 
In this special throwback episode of the Negotiations Ninja podcast, we jump back to episode 141 with Alexandra Carter. She is the Director of the Columbia Law School’s Mediation Clinic, the author of Ask for More: 10 Questions to Negotiate Anything, and a world-renowned negotiation trainer for the United Nations. She covers important negotiation s…
 
The use of data has been the biggest source of growth in companies and has become the biggest source of risk. When our data is compromised and held hostage, how do we get that data back? Are the negotiations similar to a “typical” hostage negotiation? After 33 years with the Canadian Federal Police in the area of kidnaps and extortions, Cal Chrusti…
 
In this special Throwback Thursday episode, we return to episode #87 with Chris Voss. In this episode, Chris challenges the concept of win-win negotiations. What should we aim for instead of a win-win negotiation? What would be a better outcome? Chris drives his point home with real-life examples from his lengthy career. Check it out!…
 
How do you identify good candidates and secure them in a way that makes everyone happy? How should hiring managers and candidates approach the salary negotiation conversation? Does hiring leverage still exist? Mark Holyoake from Holyoake Search joins me to have a conversation about the state of procurement recruiting. Mark specializes in procuremen…
 
In this special Throwback Thursday episode of Negotiations Ninja, we jump back to when procurement professional Josh King joins me to share how he strategizes and plans for a negotiation. He also shares how you can manage your emotions when things get heated and what to do when things go horribly wrong. Lastly, he shares 3 solid tips that can help …
 
Divorces are different from every other negotiation humans can experience because of the emotion, the history, and the baggage that is inherently part of the process. Rebecca Zung is a divorce attorney that helps people prepare for this difficult and emotional negotiation process. In this episode of Negotiations Ninja, Rebbeca shares some practical…
 
In this Throwback episode of the Negotiations Ninja podcast, we dive back to episode 119 with Dan Oblinger. Dan is a seasoned crisis negotiator and author. He shares a story about talking a young woman down from a bridge. Doing so successfully took active listening to understand the situation. It took connecting with the person he was trying to sav…
 
How to raise money for a startup is a frequent topic of conversation. But there’s a lot of information lost on the back end of the conversation: how to exit. Do you have an exit strategy for your business? How do you plan an exit? Erik Kostelnik is the founder and CEO of Postal.io. He knows how to negotiate a great exit. Surprisingly, it starts bef…
 
In this Throwback Thursday episode of Negotiations Ninja, we jump back to episode #104 with long-time listener and fan: Shane Ray Martin. In this episode, we talk about how Shane has applied what he’s learned to his sales job—and his volunteer work with a suicide hotline. We also dive into a discussion of Robert Cialdini's work on influence. This e…
 
What does it take to negotiate a great deal virtually? Whether by email, text, or web-based video conversation—whatever it might be—how do you get to a great deal? How do you decide what mode of communication to use? In this episode of Negotiations Ninja, Giuseppe Conti explains the benefits of each mode of communication and which to choose for opt…
 
In this Throwback Thursday episode, we jump back to episode #89 with Cal Chrustie. Cal covers the three S's: strategy, structure, and self. He talks about how to properly strategize for a negotiation, what a negotiation's structure should look like, and how the concept of self plays a role throughout this process. Don't miss this engaging episode w…
 
Where are you spending money in error? Is a supplier charging you unfounded fees? Are they nickel and diming you? Fine Tune specializes in contract negotiations and dispute resolution. Saving YOU money is their bread and butter. It’s all about investigative research and digging into the details. They find the truth and present the data to their cli…
 
In this Throwback Thursday episode we return to episode 113 with Marty Latz, the CEO of Latz Negotiation. Marty shares some priceless negotiation wisdom. Marty emphasizes the necessity of deeply listening to the other party—that negotiation is more about listening than persuading. He delves into the importance of asking the right questions. What ar…
 
How can AI make your negotiations more efficient? How can it improve outcomes for your organization? What will the ongoing role of AI be moving forward? These are some of the questions Martin Rand—Founder and CEO of Pactum AI—answers in this episode of Negotiations Ninja. While AI is still considered a new frontier to some, it is quickly becoming m…
 
In this special Throwback Thursday episode of the Negotiations Ninja podcast we jump back to episode #43 with Chris Voss. Chris Voss is a HUGE name in the field of negotiations. In this episode we take a deep-dive into the nuances of his book: Never Split the Difference. It’s full of tactical tips + strategies that every negotiator needs to hear. D…
 
Why are people reluctant to change? What are the barriers to change? How do you overcome them? According to Jonah Berger, you have to find the catalyst that’s needed to create the change to overcome those barriers. In this episode of Negotiations Ninja, Jonah talks about the 5 most common barriers and how to overcome them to create lasting change. …
 
This week's Throwback Thursday is a reboot of episode #118 with the one and only Gary Noesner. Gary was the lead negotiator at the Waco Siege. In this episode, he shares what contributed to the regrettable outcome, how to deal with negotiation standoffs, and the similarities between business and hostage negotiations. The negotiation lessons you’ll …
 
How do you overcome bias in a negotiation to get better results? How do you walk into a conversation without an end in mind that influences the outcome? We all have an inherent bias that influences every question we ask and how we interact with others. In this episode of Negotiations Ninja, Dan Lappin—the CEO of Lappin 180—shares some insight from …
 
This Throwback Thursday episode takes us back to episode #100 with Robert Greene. This episode is a discussion around negotiating power and why the motives behind power moves aren't always bad. Robert also touches on the topics of misdirection, masked intentions, predictability, action vs. planning in negotiation, and much more. Don't miss this thr…
 
Josh Weiss believes very deeply in the power of story. When you tell a story, there isn’t debate because they’re real things that really happened—not just theory. When people are skeptical of negotiation, its value, or its applicability it's often based more on myth than fact. So Josh set out to show people what negotiation looks like in real-life …
 
Many people are struggling in the midst of the Coronavirus crisis. Some have lost their jobs and were the only source of income for their family. Others have become ill or know someone who has passed away. Many people feel lonely and isolated from loved ones and are struggling with thoughts of suicide. What do you do if a friend or family member is…
 
What is a Group Purchasing Organization? How can it benefit procurement in numerous businesses? How does a Group Purchasing Organization fit into your overall procurement strategy? In this episode of Negotiations Ninja, Anthony Clervi joins us to answer these questions and convey the usefulness of a partnership with your business. Anthony Clervi is…
 
If you want a glimpse into the conversations experienced negotiators have on a daily basis—a sort of “scotch talk”—tune in to this episode of Negotiations Ninja! Dan Oblinger and Allan Tsang join me for a Q&A session where we dispel some common myths about negotiation. We chat about changing your mindset and viewing negotiation as a craft—not a gim…
 
How do you apply an Eastern mindset in negotiation? What are some of the core principles that Eastern cultures base their negotiations on? How can an American embrace some of these principles to create long-term and successful relationships? Mala Subramaniam joins me in this episode of Negotiations Ninja to educate us on Indian and East-Asian negot…
 
Are you a car salesman or sales negotiator? Do you understand what the car sales process should look like? Even if you aren’t a car salesman, this episode of Negotiations Ninja is packed with some amazing insight on sales negotiation. Tim Kintz—the President of the Kintz Group—shares how to make the sales process more effective from a different per…
 
Dr. Elouise Epstein is a digital futurist and dot-connector in the world of procurement. She believes if you’re going to bring a new procurement operating model into this new world—and operate in the 21st century—it’s all got to start with digital. Dr. Elouise focuses specifically on digital excellence in procurement and supply chain. She’s a propo…
 
Do you avoid resolving conflict in negotiations? Do you avoid any and all conflict in general? This is a common tendency and human nature for most, but not what you want to embrace to be a successful negotiator. In this episode of Negotiations Ninja, Dr. Jennifer Goldman-Wetzler shares some of her conflict resolution strategies that you can use to …
 
The negotiation strategies and tactics that you utilize can make a powerful difference in the outcome of your negotiation. How do you handle objections? What is the focus of your negotiation? Do you ask open-ended questions? Every step of the process is helped by the right negotiation strategies. In this episode of Negotiations Ninja, Alexandra Car…
 
Do you have a blunt negotiation style? Or are you more diplomatic in your approach? While negotiation styles can vary greatly, Anthony Sarandrea is an advocate for cutting the crap and getting down to business. What does that look like? How does his blunt negotiation style move the negotiation forward? Listen to this episode of Negotiations Ninja t…
 
A problem-centric sales sales approach—versus product-centric—is about learning the desired outcome each side wants to achieve in the negotiation process. The author of the book Gap Selling: Getting the Customer to Yes is the special guest on this episode of Negotiations Ninja. Listen to this episode as we talk about the ins and outs of his gap sel…
 
Most lawyers are not properly trained in legal negotiations. In many law schools, negotiation classes are offered—but not mandatory. So how does a lawyer cultivate the necessary skills and learn to negotiate effectively? Dr. Claudia Winkler joins me today to open the discussion about legal negotiation. We talk about the perception of lawyers’ abili…
 
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