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From the Publisher's Desk...

John D. Baker

From the Publisher’s Desk...

Welcome to The Negotiator Magazine. We are dedicated to being the finest and most comprehensive resource in the field of negotiations. The online magazine is directed to leaders across the spectrum of business, the professions, unions and associations, non-profit organizations, government, education and suppliers who share an interest in negotiations.

Our subscribers include leaders in every category the magazine is designed to serve and represent six continents and a wide range of nations. Subscribers reside in India, Egypt, South Africa, Israel, Peru, Argentina, Brazil, Columbia, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, United Kingdom, France, Italy, Germany, Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Canada and throughout the United States. To enter your free subscription, please complete the Subscription Form.

What’s new in July...

In this month's edition, David A. Wachtel examines the vital importance of evaluating and improving employee negotiating skills in an article entitled "Improve the Skills of Your Negotiators and Improve Your Bottom Line."

Bill Brooks provides ten tips to improve one of the most critical skills for human interaction in his article entitled "The Power of Active Listening."

Then, Roger Dawson returns to make a case for "one of the cardinal rules of Power Negotiating" in his article entitled "Ask For More Than You Expect To Get."

The July Reader’s Review of current books of importance to negotiators examines an outstanding work entitled The Global Negotiator: Making, Managing, and Mending Deals Around the World in the Twenty-First Century by Jeswald W. Salacuse.

Lastly, the Ask the Negotiator column continues to invite all readers to send in their questions about any aspect of negotiations to be answered in future editions of the magazine.

We continue to seek articles on every aspect of negotiations. Please see our Writer’s Guidelines. Of special interest at this time are articles on crisis negotiations, negotiating ethics, non-profit negotiating, labor negotiations, and new directions and research in the field. Articles from authors with perspectives outside the USA would be most welcome. Please contact me with your comments, suggestions of books for review and article proposals at

John D. Baker
Editor and Publisher