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99 Negotiating Strategies
- Tips, Tactics & Techniques Used by Wall Street's Toughest Dealmakers
- Narrated by: Eric Morrison
- Length: 2 hrs and 48 mins
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This is the most complete catalogue of cutting-edge negotiating tactics ever published.
This blockbuster work is written as a playbook, a field guide, so lawyers, sales professionals, and other dealmakers will actively use it as negotiations proceed. Use the tactics individually or in combinations. Swap them in and out as negotiations proceed for maximum effectiveness, to keep your adversary off-balance, to calm them, or to close the deal. Negotiations are fluid and the mood can change. Sticking to a single approach can lead to deal failure. Rosen says a superior negotiator always adjusts as a deal progresses, just as a winning coach makes in-game adjustments.
There is no filler here. There are no war stories. This is not a biography of David Rosen's career. It is exactly what the title says - an easy-to-use directory of powerful negotiating tactics.
Each technique is succinctly explained, many with useful examples. While there are many very sophisticated principles at work in Rosen's catalogue of techniques, each is simply explained. This is not an academic work. It is a tool, a device, just like a notepad, a pen or a calculator, for dealmaking pros to reference constantly.
Rosen gets high marks for his opening discussion of ethics. The tactics he compiled here are extremely powerful, and readers should use caution in deciding how to apply them. Some incorporate powerful psychological principles and are proven to work based on decades of heavy academic research. To quote Rosen from the book's author's note, "Some negotiators may find ideas in this book too aggressive, but that is a matter of perspective. It is not a matter of right versus wrong, or ethical versus unethical. One may be a principled and hardcore competitive negotiator or an unprincipled, unethical collaborative negotiator. So a given negotiator’s description of a tactic as too 'aggressive' is really nothing more than his or her marking of the spot on the style continuum beyond which he or she no longer feels comfortable. Another negotiator might feel discomfort far short of that first negotiator’s comfort spectrum. Others still may feel no discomfort even at the extremes."
Who will benefit from this collection of advanced strategies? Lawyers, negotiators, sales organizations and sales professionals, business owners, mediators, and anyone involved in negotiating, dealmaking, selling, cold-calling, following up, and closing deals.
What will you learn? A small sample of the dozens of tactics: motivating others to buy, sell or reach other agreements; overcoming objections; creating or deflating a sense of urgency; helping opposing negotiators sell your deal to their own clients; overwhelming the opposition; and strategic uses of silence and indecision.
But Rosen takes you far beyond that, and far beyond the other, generic books on the market.