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George Kohlrieser an international leadership professor consultant and veteran hostage negotiator explains that it is only by openly facing conflict that we can truly progress through the most difficult business challenges In this Very good reminder to look at the positive in things and not least making sure to bond with goals and people I liked the secure basebonding parts

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Hostage at the Table How Leaders Can Overcome Conflict Influence Others and Raise Performance J B Warren Bennis Series

Provocative book he reveals how the proven techniues and psychological insights used in hostage negotiation can be applied successfully to any personal or business relationship Step by step he outlines the seven key factors that an When you can look at the topic of conflict from the eyes of a hostage negotiator you realize that it s a uniue opportunity Few people have the role of hostage negotiator and it seems like it s a role that involves nerves of steel and powerful charisma However at the same time it s easy to think that the skills necessary for hostage negotiation aren t skills that would be generally applicable to your day to day office environment It s rare for Suzi to hold a plastic utensil to the throat of Bill and threaten to hurt him if her demands aren t met Whether the plastic utensil could hurt Bill is another uestion While tragically workplace violence happens i think-straight-change-your-thoughts-change-your-life-english-edition met Whether the plastic utensil could hurt Bill is another uestion While tragically workplace violence happens i

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Yone can use to remove the blocks that stand in the way of resolving tough problems and shows how business leaders in particular can develop and access the skills they need to create trust and a positive mind set in their companies Some great sections and tactics on communications Bit repetitive but solid read


10 thoughts on “Hostage at the Table How Leaders Can Overcome Conflict Influence Others and Raise Performance J B Warren Bennis Series

  1. says:

    I think it is the best book on psychology and negotiating that I readed so far Can recommend it anyone

  2. says:

    Very good reminder to look at the positive in things and not least making sure to bond with goals and people I liked the secure basebonding parts

  3. says:

    One of the best books on leadership and conflict resolution I have ever read

  4. says:

    Anyone who would like to hone and develop hisher leadership skills should read and re read this book It is a great resource on human psycholo

  5. says:

    When you can look at the topic of conflict from the eyes of a hostage negotiator you realize that it’s a uniue opportunity Few people have the role of hostage negotiator and it seems like it’s a role that invo

  6. says:

    Overall good book with clear instruction on the power that each individual has not being a victim to those around them I have heard G

  7. says:

    Some great sections and tactics on communications Bit repetitive but solid read

  8. says:

    I first met George in 2012 at an alumni event put on by my business school in Boston I found him to be an engaging and captivating speaker and lamented the fact that I had not had the privilege of having him as one of my professors during my MBA studies in Switzerland Many people are taken aback by the title of this book especially if they skirt the sub title details but indeed George has made a convincing and practical translation of his

  9. says:

    The author shared some solid insights on human behaviorpsychology I especially enjoyed the Mastering Emotions chapter and interesting anecdotes peppered throughout but the blandness of his writing made it hard to read than 20 pages at a time without my mind wandering elsewhere The repetitive nature of his points also bothered me I wouldn't recommend this entire book to anyone; all you need to read is the summary at the end of each chapter

  10. says:

    Wanted this book to be so much better who wouldn't want to learn from a master negotiator of life and death situations Sadly such a wealth of experience doesn't make you a good writer Apart from the opening and closing the meat of the book is yawning and uninspired and probably would've made a much better longform article than being painfu

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