In Getting Past No, Dr. Ury offers his unique five-step system to dismantle stone walls, disarm tough bargainers, deflect attacks, and dodge dirty tricks. Dr. Ury's method of breakthrough negotiation depends not on scoring a win over your opponent - but on winning him over. Getting Past No offers specific techniques and proven strategies designed to identify the problem, develop practical proposals, and invent creative options that satisfy both sides' needs.
Whether you're dealing with an unruly teenager or an office bully, Dr. Ury's method will help you gain control in even the most difficult situations. More than getting mad or getting even, Getting Past No will get you results!
©1991 William Ury; (P)1991 Bantam Audio Publishing, Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Publishing, A Division of Random House, Inc.
Getting Past No contains many of the techniques and ideas that are fully developed in the original "Getting to Yes." If you are looking for a quick read, this is good - otherwise, I would go for the "full" version.
I needed a quick 'tutorial' before answering a difficult person that I am currently negotiating with. This was great. In 2 short hours, I had a pocketful of ideas which I used (and they worked!). It was very helpful to me. If the only available versions had been the longer ones (6 hours) , I probably would not have listened to anything, and not gained this valuable information.
“As you know, madness is like gravity...all it takes is a little push.” The Joker
The book is Ok for a 2 hours listen, but I have read/listened to much better books. It starts very slow also yet gradually catches up.
Lets Settle That Dispute
As a Mediator, this book is a must read on negoiation tips to help resolve conflicts with differing personalties, conflicts and finding win win.
Quick review of getting to yes and how to apply the approach with difficult people. Good examples ranging from personal to corporate. Excellent advice for work and home
Simple tools to help you deal with a difficult negotiation and make your adversary your partner in problem-solving instead.
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