Getting Past No: Negotiating in Difficult Situations

Getting Past No:

Authors: William Ury,

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“No” — one word that has the power to shatter dreams. Getting Past No teaches you how to convert this “No” into an opportunity and to cope with negative situations. With the right tools to work under pressure, you will be able to satisfy your own needs without compromising the needs of others.

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