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Never Split the Difference:  Negotiating as if Your Life Depended on It | A Comprehensive Summary to the Book of Chris Voss.



Never Split the Difference is a book written by Chris Voss and Tahl Raz. Voss works as a professor of negotiation at the University in Southern California Marshall School of Business and the Georgetown University McDonough School of Business, while Raz has already co-authored several books on leadership and business achievement together with Keith Ferrazzi and Gary Burnison. Raz also writes for many publications, including the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times. Never Split the Difference is a book about negotiations.

Negotiations take place in many different fields of life, such as business, and in some critical situations, like hostage situations. The book is actually a guide on how to best behave when certain things happen, regardless of whether that includes the need for negotiation techniques in hostage situations or in business. Throughout the book, the authors describe what to do, what kind of questions to ask, and how to react in a situation that requires negotiation. These techniques include active listening, assertive speech, knowing how to remain calm despite the situation, and much more.

Definitely a book that can teach its readers something new and useful, Never Split the Difference is a guide for both beginners and those who consider themselves to be experts at negotiation. It offers new perspectives that will help to improve anyone’s negotiations skills.

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GENRE
Business & Personal Finance
RELEASED
2019
February 2
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
35
Pages
PUBLISHER
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SELLER
Sze Leong Lam
SIZE
2.5
MB

Customer Reviews

Erica_Llopez ,

Interesting

Interesting summary and the action plan really makes you want to use the negotiation strategies.

pqrain ,

Fast read

Fast read through and very interesting. I recommend the summary for people who are undecided whether to read full book.

Veronica W Hopkins ,

Great tactics

This summary was great, it showed me exactly how to negotiate with others. I’m going to use these tactics with my wife and kids.