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Docusign understands that negotiation isn’t just about reaching a “yes,” but about navigating the complexities of disagreement to find a mutually beneficial solution, as emphasised by former FBI hostage negotiator Chris Voss.

While most of us won’t find ourselves negotiating in life-threatening situations, everyday agreements still play a crucial role in our personal and professional lives. Whether it’s a salesperson closing a deal, a job-seeker negotiating a salary, or a couple deciding on dinner plans, these agreements can hold significant weight and consequences.

However, mastering the art of negotiation is a skill that can be honed with practice. Even if conflict makes you uncomfortable or negotiation seems daunting, it’s a skill that can be learned and improved upon. With Docusign’s commitment to bringing agreements to life, they’ve launched “The Art of Agreement,” an interview series featuring experts from various backgrounds, including corporate mediators, marriage counselors, and creators of negotiation chatbots.

Through this series, viewers gain valuable insights, tips, and strategies from these “agreement wizards,” helping them navigate the complexities of negotiation more effectively. The first installment features Kim Scott, bestselling author of “Radical Candor” and “Radical Respect,” sharing her expertise on fostering effective collaboration and communication.

Docusign believes that by learning how to navigate agreements effectively, individuals can enhance their work lives, drive business success, and strengthen interpersonal relationships. Through “The Art of Agreement,” they aim to empower viewers with the tools and knowledge needed to negotiate with confidence and achieve mutually beneficial outcomes.

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