Re: 86% of Irish people believe corruption is a major problem
For your guide, Baron, I have lived in Ireland in the very recent past. For seven months and I still bear the scars.
Negotiation is something I do as part of my professional life. I have people around me who are expert in their field. I do not have passengers on any negotiating team to which I belong. I know one thing about negotiations and that is that the number of participants in a negotiating process should be kept to a minimum. Foghorning gobshytes need not apply.
I don't know about the practices in the Irish public sector these days so I cannot comment about how negotiations are conducted there. My experience is mainly with European corporations and can only comment on how negotiations are conducted in this environment.
Man kann gar nicht soviel fressen wie man kötzen möchte!
Max Liebermann, Deutsche Maler.