Getting Together: Building Relationships as We Negotiate

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Penguin Books, 1988 - Business & Economics - 216 pages
There is a vast readership awaiting How to Negotiate with Kids. It addresses one of today's top parenting concerns: how to deal with a child who disagrees, how to avoid being either an ogre or a pushover, and--most of all--how to handle conflicts in ways that build lasting relationships with children. Personal anecdotes, stories from Brown's workshop families, and sample dialogues of right and wrong approaches make How to Negotiate with Kids an essential tool for parents who want to reduce conflict and strengthen their families in ways that will protect their children's emotional health.

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A principled approach to unconditionally constructive negotiating In Getting to Yes, Roger Fisher and his co-authors at the Harvard Negotiation Project advised us to separate the people from the ... Read full review

Contents

Having what we need to get what
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dont forget how differently people
25
Dont rely on reciprocity to build a relationship by expecting others
31
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Roger Fisher is the Samuel Williston Professor of Law Emeritus, Director of the Harvard Negotiation Project, and the founder of two consulting organizations devoted to strategic advice and negotiation training.


Scott Brown is a negotiation expert and father of four children. After helping to launch the Harvard Negotiation Project, he spent ten years teaching, writing, and speaking about managing conflict and established the nonprofit Conflict Management Group to advise governments and nongovernment organizations on public conflicts worldwide.

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