Negotiation at Work by IRA G. ASHERMAN

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Negotiation is an essential part of doing business, but to be an effective negotiator one must master a wide variety of skills such as listening, self-awareness, conflict resolution, assertiveness, and more. So it stands to reason that in order to teach such a complicated subject, managers and trainers need proven, powerful activities. Negotiation at Work is the answer. The book is packed with 60 interactive lessons designed to instill confidence and transform participants into strong negotiators. Each activity includes a description, detailed directions, goals, additional resources as well as notes for the trainer. The exercises are designed to help learners: ò Plan effectively for a negotiation ò Ask the right questions ò Build trust ò Analyze each negotiation creatively ò Strategically frame each partyÆs needs and interests ò Successfully negotiate with difficult people ò Determine their own negotiating style ò And much more Featuring transcripts from real negotiations, case studies, assessments, and even practice negotiation sessions, this handy book includes everything readers need to successfully train others in the fine art of negotiation.
 

About IRA G. ASHERMAN

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IRA G. ASHERMAN is the president of Asherman Associates and has been a management consultant for the last 30 years. He is the coauthor of several books, including The Negotiation Sourcebook and The Sales Management Sourcebook.
 
Published April 30, 2012 by AMACOM. 320 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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