Getting (More of) What You Want

Getting (More of) What You Want

How the Secrets of Economics and Psychology Can Help You Negotiate Anything, in Business and in Life

Almost every interaction involves negotiation, yet we often miss the cues that would allow us to make the most of these exchanges. In Getting (More of) What You Want, Margaret Neale and Thomas Lys draw on the latest advances in psychology and economics to provide new strategies for anyone shopping for a car, lobbying for a raise, or simply haggling over who takes out the trash. Getting (More of) What You Want shows how inexperienced negotiators regularly leave significant value on the table—and reveals how you can claim it.
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Genre: Nonfiction / Business & Economics / Negotiating

On Sale: July 14th 2015

Price: $28.99

Page Count: 288

ISBN-13: 9780465050727

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Irish Times
“This well-crafted book, which merges ideas and insights from the study of economics and psychology, is about how to negotiate successfully and how to maximise the value that you get from each negotiation.”

Success Magazine
“A valuable guide to a complicated subject.”

Sally Blount, Dean, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University
Getting (More Of) What You Want offers a concise and approachable deep dive into the essential truths of effective negotiating. Building off decades of behavioral research in psychology and economics, these two powerhouse professors de-bunk many common myths and lay out a disciplined approach to mastering the strategy and practice of negotiation.”

Robert Sutton, Stanford Professor and co-author of Scaling Up Excellence: Getting to More Without Settling for Less
Getting (More Of) What You Want is the best book I've ever read on negotiation. Margaret Neale and Thomas Lys' masterpiece is packed with actionable, often surprising, and always evidence-based advice on everything from deciding whether to negotiate at all, to figuring out whether you are getting a good deal (or a bad one), to when and how to end your negotiation.”