Examples of accomadating negotiation style
The competitor may be too aggressive and cause the avoider to be even more avoidant. The challenge for the avoider is to be less defensive and more engaged and assertive.
It is certainly reasonable to use this strategy when the issue at hand is something of little importance to you.
If you are trying to pick a movie to watch, and you really don't care, it's fine to say 'Whatever you want is ok with me'.
Avoiding When preparing for your next negotiation, there are four important points of consideration related to negotiating styles. Do you lean towards Competing, Accommodating, Avoiding, Compromising, or Collaborating?
Second, consider the other side’s negotiating style.
The challenge for the competitor is not to prejudice settlement by appearing to exploit the goodwill of the accommodator and thereby seeming to act in bad faith.
Competitor – Avoider The avoider frustrates the competitor's need to control.
" As with much management theory there is no single 'best' or 'right' approach.
All five profiles of dealing with stressful and high pressure negotiations are useful in different situations.
Use this strategy carefully.) Two other times when an accommodating strategy can be appropriate: (1) if you are a manager and want your subordinates to take on responsibility and learn from their own mistakes, and (2) when you are hopelessly outmatched in power and the other side is using a competing strategy and you are going to lose anyway. If you feel that your concerns are never acknowledged and your opinions are ignored, you may be too accommodating.