A national survey of employees found that 85 percent of those interviewed said they could work harder in their job. More than half claimed they could double their effectiveness “if they wanted to”. Why is it that some people consistently do a great job while others are inconsistent or are consistently poor performers?
Nowadays individuals and their organisations depend much less on positional power and authority, and much more on the influencing skills of their people. Being recognised and rewarded as an effective manager increasingly demands the competencies of a skilful negotiator.
...and how to avoid them.
...plus tips for effective cross-cultural negotiation
One of the most frustrating situations we can encounter during a negotiation, is when we come up against a person who stonewalls our every attempt to reach an agreement.
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to significantly improve your meetings.
As a manager, secretary, spouse or parent, you need to influence people to get through the day. You certainly need to be good at it if you want to build a successful business.
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