1. Financial benefits – Ensuring that commercial contracts and agreements with customers and suppliers offer mutually beneficial terms.
2. Relationship building – Approaching and managing the negotiation process in a co-operative and positive manner means that a negotiated solutions should work for both parties and will help to strengthen goodwill for the future
3. Sustainable agreements – When negotiation has been conducted effectively it will result in an outcome to which both parties are more committed – meaning that it is more likely to endure over time, rather than one of the parties seeking an "out-clause"
4. Self-defence against other parties who attempt to engage in manipulative tactics
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