Fb2 Personality Negotiating: Conflict Without Casualty ePub
by Thomas E. Anastasi
|Author:||Thomas E. Anastasi|
|Publisher:||McGraw-Hill Primis Custom Pub; 3rd edition (December 15, 1998)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1735 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1944 kb|
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Conflict without Casualties. Provocative, illuminating, and highly practical, this book helps us avoid the casualties of conflict through openness, resourcefulness, and persistence. font-weight: bold;" Make Conflict Your Partner for Positive Change! Clinical psychologist and transformative communication expert Dr. Nate Regier believes that the biggest energy crisis facing our world is the misuse of conflict. Most organizations are terrified of conflict, seeing it as a sign of trouble. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.
Conflict without Casualties fills a gap by showing leaders at any level how to leverage positive conflict. Practical, insightful, challenging, relevant. Dan Pink, New York Times bestselling author. Conflict doesn’t need to be a dirty word and we should snap to attention when it rears up because it means that people may be passionate about something and willing to stand up for what they believe.
Negotiating the impossible: how to break deadlocks and resolve ugly conflicts (without money or muscle). Negotiation genius: how to overcome obstacles and achieve brilliant results at the bargaining table and beyond. Oakland, CA: Berrett-Koehler Publishers. Negotiating the nonnegotiable: how to resolve your most emotionally charged conflicts. New York: Viking Press. New York: Bantam Books.
Top Best Negotiation Books – By definition, negotiation is the process through which two parties have a dialogue with each other and reach an outcome that is beneficial to both of them. And the two parties resolve a conflict while trying to reach that outcome. This is as per the bookish definition of negotiation. However, when it comes to reality, you need to realize that one of those parties could be you.
Conflict-Handling Modes (Thomas and Kilmann Scale, 1974) When people find themselves in conflict, their behavior can be described in terms of where it lies along two independent ness and cooperativeness. Assertiveness is the degree to which you try to satisfy your own concerns, and cooperativeness is the degree to which you try to satisfy the other person’s concerns. The figure below shows the main choices you have in a conflict-the conflict-handling modes. Figure 1. Conflict Handling Modes (Source: Thomas Kilmann Mode, 1974). Vo. (1), 62-70 (2014).
Conflict Without Casualties, published 2 years ago this week, outlines the ways these concepts are influencing people around the world. Listen in as Nate Regier and Becky Robinson discuss the Compassion Cycle, an elegant model for balancing empathy, care, and transparency with boundaries, goals, and standards.
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