Published December 15, 1998
by McGraw-Hill Primis Custom Publishing .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
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Personality traits and styles underpin all our behaviour at work. But, Gavin Kennedy shows in this extract from his seminal work: Kennedy on Negotiation, the variables around personality are so huge that, in practical terms, it is impossible to develop a coherent negotiating strategy based on personality.. It is almost trite to acknowledge that personality is . An ambitious introvert could be your team's best secret weapon for success. [email protected] contributor Morra Aarons-Mele shares the key winning skills of ambitious introverts and how they can help. This thrilling non-fiction book synthesizes dozens of political, philosophical, and religious texts spanning thousands of years of warfare to provide tactics for defeating failure and negotiating from a position of strength. Author Robert Greene gives us a guide to the social game of life by using ingenious and effective military principles. Regardless of whether you’re buying or selling in an M&A transaction, one helpful trick for getting deals done is to assess the personality of your negotiating counterpart. You’re liable to run across the following types of people: The highly motivated: This person has to get a deal done or he’s doomed. He’s so desperate to [ ].
Leonard Greenhalgh is Associate Professor at the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H. He is co‐author of “The Effects of Negotiator Preferences, Situational Power, and Negotiator Personality on Outcomes of Business Negotiations” in the Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 28 ():9‐Cited by: In their revolutionary book Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement Without Giving In (Penguin, 3rd edition, ), Roger Fisher, William Ury, and Bruce Patton introduced the world to the possibilities of mutual-gains negotiation, or integrative negotiation. The authors of Getting to Yes explained that negotiators don’t have to choose between either waging a strictly competitive, . Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement Without Giving In is a best-selling non-fiction book by Roger Fisher and William L. uent editions in and added Bruce Patton as co-author. All of the authors were members of the Harvard Negotiation book made appearances for years on the Business Week bestseller list. The book suggests a method Author: Roger Fisher and William L. Ury; and . The word "negotiation" may conjure thoughts of hostage standoffs and high-stakes labor disputes, but there's a more quotidian brand of conflict resolution that enters daily life at nearly every turn.