The book is a result of the authors experience in over 20 years of negotiating in various situations and is replete with case studies based on personal experiences. The material in the book has been tested during MBA courses taken for working professionals who have had the chance to try out these concepts in their workplaces. The book hopes to dispel the myth that "good Negotiators are born not made" and shows how anyone can develop the skills to become a good negotiator, a skill rated as being indispensable for a future leader.
This outline of the book can be thought of as a four part guide to a journey:
1. The first four chapters introduce the concepts of Negotiation, the terminology and strategies, akin to showing the lay of the land for the imminent journey.
2. Chapters 5 to 7 deal with the idiosyncratic issues that humans bring to the bargaining table – their biases, abuse or under use of power, their influencing ability or susceptibility to influence, assumptions they harbor when negotiating – it is all about how we are equipped for our journey;
3. Chapters 8 to 11 suggest the path the negotiator can take having obtained a conceptual foundation – leading to a successful deal – the destination
4. The final two chapters get down to a process detail level – identifying the tools a negotiator needs, processes with steps they can follow with helpful templates, checklists that allow them to make this negotiation journey repeatedly and successfully.
Binding: Paperback (Perfect Binding)
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