The Secrets of Power Negotiating : Nightingale-Conant: Skill Building

  • by Roger Dawson
  • Narrated by Roger Dawson
  • Series: Nightingale-Conant: Skill Building
  • 5 hrs and 6 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Negotiate successfully!
Are you aware that almost everything is negotiable?
Negotiation is a skill that can bring you vast success in all aspects of your life. When you're a skilled negotiator, you can get the best possible price on everything you purchase or sell, and you can deal with salespeople or clients.
We're all negotiating all the time in all kinds of everyday situations: parents negotiating with their children; employees negotiating with each other, with subordinates, with bosses; customers negotiating with salespeople or service providers. And with The Secrets of Power Negotiating, you'll always have the upper hand in every negotiating situation in which you find yourself.
For example, the program gives you specific ways to:


Get the best possible price when you buy or sell a house, a car, a business, real estate, or any negotiable item.
Get a raise or promotion.
Keep employees happy without giving in to unreasonable demands.
Get a new and better deal with your landlord or mortgage loan officer.
Stop being stonewalled by store clerks, petty bureaucrats, service and repair people, and others.
Get more cooperation from your corporate peers and subordinates.
Get bigger loans and better terms from your banker.
Uncover valuable "hidden information."
Be more confident in virtually any interpersonal situation.
Plus many other situations you run into in your daily life.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.

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Excellent and very relevant

Excellent book. Very interesting and still very relevant. Great narration and keeps it interesting. Very useful book for sales people and managers as well as every day people
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- Amazon Customer

Repetitive and narrow

For starters it is focused on American culture, and it doesn't consider much more. Besides that, each chapter is like a separate talk/seminar which repeats some of the same phrases of the one before as if never mentioned before, and the book finishes mentioning a next talk to finish the last topic and leaves you hanging. And there is a weird sales like chapter there in the middle and another by a different speaker on similar topic saying the same thing the author mentions in other chapters.

In summary, it is not meant as a audio book, it is badly organized /put together, and with a very narrow view of the world. I wouldn't recommend it.
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- tatiana

Book Details

  • Release Date: 14-10-2014
  • Publisher: Nightingale-Conant