Have you ever wondered why it's painfully difficult for you to get a raise at work?
Do you know you can successfully ask for a raise even if your pay was recently increased?
Do you also know you can get the best deals in most transactions if only you will learn how to ask the right questions?
In the book Negotiating, Richard Wall demystifies what makes for a good negotiation.
It takes a good negotiation to get what you want out of life. Therefore, you must be prepared for negotiation whether it involves getting the things you want, having a great relationship with someone or just finding a way to cut your losses.
Richard presents powerful negotiating ideas in clear simple terms that you can relate to. In this guide you will learn:
- How to negotiate a deal that suits both parties
- How different negotiating tactics are used, and how to disarm them
- Get insight into your unconscious negotiating habit
- How to read people
- Correct the mistakes in your default negotiating style
- Opening and closing moves you can use
- How to use your updated negotiation skills to secure a pay raise
- And much more....
The information in this guide is comprehensive and useful for your requirements. The analysis is especially vital considering how important the various elements of negotiation are in getting a win/win scenario every time.
Won't you like to take your negotiation skills to the next level?
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The book hits upon some interesting points. Not sure how well everything would work or what percentage of the time.
- Giorgio Guglielmino
Good listening but lacking of deep
The book cover good general rules for negotiation, it never get into details but at least it offer a basic understanding about negotiriatoon.
Brief, a few good points.
It's a bit short. Some good points in general and perhaps a good starting point, but I will now move on to a more in depth book.