Language Mediation: An interpreter at negotiations plays a crucial role in facilitating effective communication between parties who speak different languages. They bridge the language gap, ensuring that each participant can express their thoughts and ideas accurately, while also understanding the positions and proposals of the other parties.
Cultural Sensitivity: An interpreter at negotiations possesses cultural sensitivity and understanding. They are aware of the cultural nuances, customs, and communication styles of the parties involved. This allows them to interpret not only the words but also the underlying cultural context and implications, ensuring accurate and culturally appropriate communication.
Neutrality and Impartiality: An interpreter at negotiations maintains a neutral and impartial stance throughout the process. They interpret the messages faithfully, without injecting personal opinions or biases. This impartiality helps maintain a fair and balanced negotiation environment, allowing all parties to communicate and understand each other’s positions effectively.