The Ten Commandments of Negotiation

eBook - 2018
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What are The Ten Commandments Of Negotiation and why do we need them? Years ago in a study, 150 CEO's were contacted and were asked for the top three personality traits desired for the company's best negotiators. The top three desired traits were: 1. Personality 2. Knowledge of human nature 3. Ability to organize information. The Ten Commandments Of Negotiation are time-tested fundamentals based on these top three desired traits. If you can obey the Ten Commandments, you will be successful more times than not in any negotiation. Inside this book you will learn: - Why It is now Mandatory that we must Study Negotiation to be effective in business and in life - Why We Don't Learn to Negotiate in The public school system. - Why the new rules of the economy have shifted and rule #1 is 'you are entitled to nothing' - Why you must negotiate or others will take advantage of you - Why Win-Win negotiation is dead in the new economy - Why you were born to be a great negotiator and how to reclaim your status! Plus learn to create an influential, powerful, persuasive and winning personality. Wield the power of 30 Laws of Human Nature, moves and counter-moves. Learn how to create leverage in any situation with the 8 Elements Of Power used by top negotiators and salespeople in every industry! Learn how to organize information through chaos like the top negotiators at the Trump organization. Plus learn the secrets and power of reading body language like an ex-FBI agent.
Publisher: [United States] :, Clovercroft Publishing,, 2018
Made available through hoopla
ISBN: 9781948484237
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource
text file, rda
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital


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