Date: September 22, 2016 Posted in: Commentary Comments: 0
“The most important thing is to anticipate the corrupt situation,” The writer says. Countries, companies, and clients vary. Learn the integrity practices of your setting. Strengthen your hand. “People tend to pressure those who seem to be weaker, who can’t do anything about it,” Weiss says. Increase your leverage by actively cultivating options Redirect the conversation. Saying no can easily come across as an attack, a challenge, or an insult. “The closer you get to a finish line, the easier it is to get hooked into ‘escalating commitment’ and compromise,” writer says.
“To avoid these damned-if-you-do, damned-if-you-don’t scenarios, the key is strengthen your hand before you get into the situation.”