Negotiation involves the complete cycle of the CQ: Communication Loop™, requiring the utilization of both Expressive and Receptive Intelligences™.

“The Circular Model of Inter-human Communication (Schramm and Osgood)”

Expressive Intelligence™ assumes a fundamental role in negotiation, enabling individuals to effectively articulate their expectations and needs regarding the desired outcome of the negotiation process. Through the use of expressive abilities, negotiators can convey their preferences, goals, and proposals in a clear and coherent manner. By expressing their intentions, negotiators can guide the conversation towards achieving their desired outcomes, facilitating the collaborative exploration of potential solutions.

Receptive Intelligence™ holds equal importance in negotiation, as it pertains to the capacity to comprehend and appreciate the expectations and needs of the other parties involved. The ability to actively listen, empathize, and understand the perspectives of others is essential in negotiation. Receptive intelligence enables negotiators to grasp the underlying motivations, concerns, and interests of the opposing parties. By fostering a receptive mindset, negotiators can foster a climate of open communication, trust, and collaboration, leading to the exploration of mutually beneficial solutions.

Negotiation is a dynamic process that necessitates the continuous exchange of information, ideas, and proposals between parties. The CQ: Communication Loop™ plays a crucial role in enabling effective negotiation by allowing for the seamless flow of communication. Through the systematic progression of encoding, decoding, interpreting, and feedback, negotiators can engage in a productive and meaningful dialogue, enhancing the likelihood of achieving successful negotiation outcomes.

The integration of both expressive and receptive abilities within the negotiation process is paramount for achieving positive results. The effective expression of one's needs and expectations allows for clarity and assertiveness, while receptive intelligence facilitates the understanding of the interests and concerns of all parties involved. By striking a balance between these two facets of communication, negotiators can establish a cooperative environment that encourages collaboration, empathy, and compromise.

The successful application of Expressive Intelligence™ empowers negotiators to effectively communicate their expectations and needs, while Receptive Intelligence™ allows for the understanding of the perspectives and interests of the other parties. By acknowledging the significance of the CQ: Communication Loop™ and integrating these abilities, negotiators can enhance their capacity to navigate complex negotiations, promote effective dialogue, and foster mutually beneficial agreements.