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A former international hostage negotiator for the FBI offers a new, field-tested approach to high-stakes negotiations—whether in the boardroom or at home.
After a stint policing the rough streets of Kansas City, Missouri, Chris Voss joined the FBI, where his career as a hostage negotiator brought him face-to-face with a range of criminals, including bank robbers and terrorists. Reaching the pinnacle of his profession, he became the FBI’s lead international kidnapping negotiator. Never Split the Difference takes you inside the world of high-stakes negotiations and into Voss’s head, revealing the skills that helped him and his colleagues succeed where it mattered most: saving lives. In this practical guide, he shares the nine effective principles—counterintuitive tactics and strategies—you too can use to become more persuasive in both your professional and personal life.
Life is a series of negotiations you should be prepared for: buying a car, negotiating a salary, buying a home, renegotiating rent, deliberating with your partner. Taking emotional intelligence and intuition to the next level, Never Split the Difference gives you the competitive edge in any discussion.
Do you want to get ahead in life? Climb the ladder to personal success?
The secret, master networker Keith Ferrazzi claims, is in reaching out to other people. As Ferrazzi discovered in early life, what distinguishes highly successful people from everyone else is the way they use the power of relationships—so that everyone wins.
In Never Eat Alone, Ferrazzi lays out the specific steps—and inner mindset—he uses to reach out to connect with the thousands of colleagues, friends, and associates on his contacts list, people he has helped and who have helped him. And in the time since Never Eat Alone was published in 2005, the rise of social media and new, collaborative management styles have only made Ferrazzi’s advice more essential for anyone hoping to get ahead in business.
The son of a small-town steelworker and a cleaning lady, Ferrazzi first used his remarkable ability to connect with others to pave the way to Yale, a Harvard M.B.A., and several top executive posts. Not yet out of his thirties, he developed a network of relationships that stretched from Washington’s corridors of power to Hollywood’s A-list, leading to him being named one of Crain’s 40 Under 40 and selected as a Global Leader for Tomorrow by the Davos World Economic Forum.
Ferrazzi’s form of connecting to the world around him is based on generosity, helping friends connect with other friends. Ferrazzi distinguishes genuine relationship-building from the crude, desperate glad-handing usually associated with “networking.” He then distills his system of reaching out to people into practical, proven principles. Among them:
Don’t keep score: It’s never simply about getting what you want. It’s about getting what you want and making sure that the people who are important to you get what they want, too.
“Ping” constantly: The ins and outs of reaching out to those in your circle of contacts all the time—not just when you need something.
Never Eat Alone: The dynamics of status are the same whether you’re working at a corporation or attending a social event—“invisibility” is a fate worse than failure.
Become the “King of Content”: How to use social media sites like LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook to make meaningful connections, spark engagement, and curate a network of people who can help you with your interests and goals.
In the course of this book, Ferrazzi outlines the timeless strategies shared by the world’s most connected individuals, from Winston Churchill to Bill Clinton, Vernon Jordan to the Dalai Lama.
Chock-full of specific advice on handling rejection, getting past gatekeepers, becoming a “conference commando,” and more, this new edition of Never Eat Alone will remain a classic alongside alongside How to Win Friends and Influence People for years to come.
¿Cómo convertir a un conocido en un amigo?
¿Cómo hacer que otras personas deseen firmemente que te vaya todo bien y tengas éxito?
El secreto para crecer profesional y personalmente es lograr acercarse a las personas con empatía y saber optimizar tu red de contactos. Este libro describe un método eficaz para crecer en tu profesión basado en el placer de establecer relaciones sinceras, generosas y duraderas, donde todos tienen algo que dar y recibir.
En el universo, nada existe de forma aislada, todo está interconectado. El mundo de los negocios es un fiel reflejo del universo. Cada persona que haya tenido un gesto amable hacia ti en algún momento, que te haya animado o inspirado con sus palabras o que simplemente te haya explicado un nuevo proceso o compartido contigo sus ideas, sin duda ha contribuido a forjar tu personalidad, tus creencias y tu éxito. El hombre “hecho a sí mismo” no existe, estamos hechos de miles de otros. Alimentar estas relaciones es el núcleo del networking
Winner of CMI Management Book of the Year 2019
New York Times Bestseller
Wall Street Journal Bestseller
Everything you thought you knew about becoming a CEO is wrong. You must graduate from an elite college or business school. In fact, only 7 percent of the CEOs of today's companies went to a top school--and 8 percent didn't graduate from college at all. Never put a foot wrong. In fact, people who have become CEOs have on average had five to seven career setbacks on their way to the top.
Drawing on the biggest dataset of CEOs in the world -- in-depth analysis of 2,600 leaders, drawn from a database of 17,000 CEOs, as well as 13,000 hours of interviews -- The CEO Next Door is crammed full of myth-busting and counter-intuitive insights in what it really takes to get ahead. Discover the way actual CEOs of top companies think and behave, and the kind of traits to develop if you want to make your ambitions a reality and take your career right to the top.
Un guide aussi original que spectaculaire pour tirer, enfin, le meilleur de nos vies professionnelle et personnelle !
Même si, contrairement à Chris Voss, célèbre négociateur pour le FBI, nous sommes rarement amenés à tenir tête à un forcené reclus dans une banque, notre vie quotidienne s'apparente à une succession de négociations dont nous ne sortons pas toujours vainqueurs : cette promotion dont on rêve, sans cesse repoussée ; ce prêt bancaire qu'on hésite à demander ; les exigences d'un enfant auxquelles on finit par céder...
Et si on cessait de toujours couper la poire en deux ?
De ses expériences au sein du FBI, Chris Voss a puisé une série de principes, de tactiques et de stratégies émotionnelles et communicationnelles capables de désarmer l'interlocuteur le plus récalcitrant ou le plus retors, dans toutes les formes de négociation potentielles.
Change is the only constant. Learn to be a change-maker.
In Imagine It Forward, Beth Comstock, the former vice chair of GE, describes her twenty-five year efforts to be an instigator of change at every level of business. When she first moved from NBC to parent company GE in 1998, she was ignored as a woman in a man's world, treated as an outsider because she didn't have a business background, and ignored as a mere PR person. But CEO Jeff Immelt realized even then that the industrial giant, like so many businesses, had to change fast in order to stay relevant in a world where Google, Facebook, and an explosion of internet companies were transforming how goods and services were marketed, made, and sold.
In a deeply personal journey filled with practical takeaways from two plus decades of initiating change at the top levels of one of the largest corporations in the world, Comstock lays out the challenges, opportunities, tools, and practices needed to embrace change, whatever industry you are in, and make it part of every management decision.
Het boek biedt een spannend kijkje achter de schermen bij de FBI, waarbij de onderhandelingsstrategieën uit de doeken worden gedaan die Voss hanteerde.
Chris Voss, een FBI-veteraan, is een van de meest vooraanstaande beoefenaars en docenten van onderhandelingsvaardigheden. Zijn adviesbureau verzorgt opleidingen en adviseert bedrijven bij complexe onderhandelingen.
Lead is a different kind of book. Rather than being the “last word” on leading others, it is meant to be the “first word”—an invitation to the reader to reflect on what the leadership journey means to each and every individual.
At its core, Lead will benefit anyone who seeks to inspire, influence, or lead others, whether they are coaches, teachers, pastors, community organizers, politicians—or are in the C-suite.
Lead offers an exploration of the essential elements of leadership, which author Gary Burnison defines as: purpose, strategy, people, measure, empower, reward, anticipate, navigate, communicate, listen, and learn—all of which culminate in leading. Instead of taking the left-brain approach of “paradigm shifts” and “leadership models,” the author focuses on right-brain constants such as emotional connection, compassion, focusing on others, humility, and managing oneself. Lead readers will find inspiring stories, easy to digest analogies, reflective exercises and evocative images meant to give them pause, draw them in, and encourage introspection.