Chapter 3: A different mindset and approach
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This chapter looks at the importance of the negotiator's frame and tries to answer these questions: how does one develop an agile problem solving mindset? How can one influence the mindsets of others, including one's client, one's counterpart and their client when attempting to resolve a dispute through negotiation? Some characteristics of the prototype problem solving lawyer are also proposed.

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