Tao of Negotiation How You Can Prevent, Resolve, and Transcend Conflict in Work and Everyday Life
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Description: This groundbreaking book views conflict as a mirror of our own lives and attitudes. Bringing East and West together in a "spiritually practical" approach to negotiation and conflict prevention, The Tao of Negotiation teaches us how to regain and maintain our sense of personal power in all forms of negotiation and how to use that power wisely and compassionately--with the aim of maximizing harmony and understanding in our business and personal lives. Readers can immediately use the techniques in The Tao Negotiation to improve communication skills, defuse potential conflicts, and pave the way for peaceful and rewarding interactions in their business and personal lives.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
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Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 8/3/1994
Size: 4.50" wide x 8.00" long x 1.00" tall
|The Nature of Conflict|
|A Dispute Isn't a Dispute Until It's a Dispute|
|So You Think You're Speaking English: Making Ourselves Understood|
|What Do We Really Want, Anyway?|
|I Spy, You Spy, We All Spy: Effective Information Gathering|
|Inner Conflict: Your Relationship with Yourself Mirrors Your Relationship with Others|
|Making Negative Emotions Work for You|
|Love Relationships: Karma or Common Sense?|
|Divorce: From Pain to Peace|
|Nine-to-Five Disputes: Handling Conflict in the Workplace|
|Creating Business Partnerships That Work|
|Creating and Conducting Successful Meetings|
|When Service Becomes Disservice: Handling Conflict in the Marketplace|
|Conclusion: Waging Peace|