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One of the key business texts of the modern era, Getting to Yes has helped millions of people learn a better way to negotiate. Based on the work of the Harvard Negotiation Project, a group that deals with all levels of negotiation and conflict resolution, it offers listeners a straightforward, universally applicable method for negotiating personal and professional disputes--at home, in business, and with the people in any situation. Listen to Getting to Yes to learn, step by step, how to:
DISENTANGLE THE PEOPLE FROM THE PROBLEM
FOCUS ON INTERESTS, NOT POSITIONS
WORK TOGETHER TO FIND CREATIVE AND FAIR OPTIONS
NEGOTIATE SUCCESSFULLY WITH ANYBODY AT ANY LEVEL
"THIS IS BY FAR THE BEST THING I'VE EVER READ ABOUT NEGOTIATION."
-JOHN KENNETH GALBRAIT
"THE AUTHORS HAVE PACKED A LOT OF COMMONSENSICAL OBSERVATION
AND ADVICE INTO A CONCISE, CLEARLY WRITTEN LITTLE BOOK."
"A COHERENT BRIEF FOR 'WIN-WIN' NEGOTIATIONS."
About the Author
William Ury, cofounder of Harvard's Program on Negotiation, is one of the world's best-known and most influential experts on negotiation. He has served as a mediator in boardroom battles, labor conflicts, and civil wars around the world. Ury is the coauthor of Getting to Yes, the bestselling negotiation book in the world, and seven other books, including the New York Times bestsellers Getting Past No and The Power of a Positive No. An avid hiker, he lives with his family in Colorado.
Roger Fisher helped create the Harvard Law School Center on Negotiations. He is the author of the business bestseller Getting to Yes. Fisher died in 2012.
Dennis Boutsikaris won an OBIE Award for his performance in Sight Unseen and played Mozart in Amadeus on Broadway. Among his films are *batteries not included, The Dream Team, and Boys On the Side. His many television credits include And Then There Was One, Chasing the Dragon and 100 Center Street.