Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement Without Giving In

Getting to Yes

Authors: Roger Fisher,William Ury, Bruce Patton

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When conflict arises, anger often destroys even the smallest opportunities. Roger Fisher teaches you how to deal with anger and negotiate in every conflict. His practical guide shows you that it is possible to come to terms that can satisfy all the parties involved. His book will change the relationships in your life, whether they are professional or personal.

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