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We're constantly negotiating in our lives, whether it's convincing the kids to do their homework or settling million-dollar lawsuits. For those who need help winning these battles, Roger Fisher has developed a simple and straightforward five-step system for how to behave in negotiations. Narrated soothingly by NPR announcer Bob Edwards, Fisher adds the meaty portions of the material with a sense of playfulness. The blend of voices makes this tape easy to listen to, especially the real-life negotiating scenarios, in which negotiating examples are given. This is a must-have tape for every businessperson's car. (Running time: one hour, one cassette) --Sharon Griggins --This text refers to the Audio Cassette edition.
I received it on-time as promised by seller in a good qualityPublished 7 months ago by ilghelich Nadimi
when I got the book the pages were yellowed. There were pages with small pieces torn out. I expected the book to be in better condition. Read morePublished on Jan. 9 2012 by JWelsh
This book was a requirement for my negotiations class but was a great read on its own. It's very insightful but I would suggest learning other strategies in addition to the one... Read morePublished on Feb. 23 2011 by Cha
This book was required reading for my project management master's degree. I had a terrific time reading it and look forward to using it as a desk reference. Excellent job.Published on Jan. 15 2011 by lorienrm
you don't have to be into negotiation to get the premise of this book. Its worth a read, as it's throughly entertainingPublished on Nov. 26 2010
This book gives you the basics.... I thought I would have been left with more knowledge or another way to negotiate but the system is very simple and common sense, I do not see why... Read morePublished on April 23 2010 by Ali Abassi
I had to read this book prior to a work training session on it. The problem was, I had very little time, plus I had better things to do like enjoy my well deserved Jamaican... Read morePublished on Feb. 15 2010 by Sally Ann