Should you act dominantly or deferentially when you negotiate? Negotiators generally believe that dominance will give them an edge - and for good reason. Some past studies have shown that when negotiators act dominantly by raising their voices, expanding their body postures to appear larger, and moving themselves to physical positions associated with power they can often claim more of the value available in a negotiation.
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