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We Have a Deal – FREE SAMPLER - How to Negotiate With Intelligence Flexibility and Power - cover

We Have a Deal – FREE SAMPLER - How to Negotiate With Intelligence Flexibility and Power

Natalie Reynolds

Publisher: Icon Books

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THIS IS A FREE EBOOK SAMPLER. IT INCLUDES THE FIRST 30 PAGES
OF THE FULL BOOK. If you would like to purchase Natalie Reynolds’ We Have a Deal in full, you can do so
with all good ebook retailers. 
In this sampler,
you’ll develop an understanding of why negotiation matters, types of
negotiation, and key mistakes to watch out for when making deals.
We Have a Deal goes beyond negotiation theory, exploring the
unwritten rules of deal-making and influencing. Not only will you master the
practical skills of negotiating like a pro, you’ll also develop an appreciation
of why it matters, and why others react the way they do in certain negotiating
situations. From developing a flexible approach, to overcoming obstructive
behaviour and other obstacles, this book will help you to understand the
underlying motivations and get the best out of every deal.
If you enjoy this free sampler, why not check out the
complete book and master the skills of negotiation?

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