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am 6. April 2014
Read this book and a lot of messages will surprise you. For example, you will learn how self-centered we are when we think we should be expecting something from somebody else and how this blocks getting what we want. You will learn how to get away from that.

And be sure to pick the book up again before you face a difficult conversation.

This book has been a very great help for me in getting issues resolved without bad feelings for any party. Even just skimming over my notes and highlights before a difficult conversation removes tensions I am bound to have and puts me into a more constructive mindset.
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am 13. August 2017
This is a very helpful book for everyone as it is highlighted in the book, we all lead difficult conversations. The book creates awareness on several areas, which when neglected, create distress for many relationships at professional and personal areas. The toolbox if applied can be game changing for many people. So the content is amazing and recommended for Everyone!
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am 8. Juli 2013
This book is based on the famous Harvard Method for negotiating but more focussed on everyday conversations. Great insights and easy to read. Also contains many excercises to check and develop one's own ability to Deal with difficult situations.
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am 7. Dezember 1999
This is an exceptional book. Not since picking up Stephen Covey's "Seven Habits of Highly Effective People" over 10 years ago have I come across a book that is destined to have great impact on both myself and millions of other readers.
In essence "Difficult Conversations" is a practical everyday guide for living and breathing Stephen's fifth habit - "Seek first to understand then to be understood". It can be thought of as a "conversational handbook" - applicable in both your personal and business lives. Recently married couples, parents of teenage children and newly appointed managers will find the book especially powerful.
The concepts are simple and if internalised could for eaxmple save the needless destruction of countless marriages. What excites me most is that it is so very readable and that its lessons are sufficiently simple that although it might take a life time to master - when applied you can see results in your own conversations and relationships immediately.
Although I've yet to find any reference to the discipline of "dialogue" (as developed by the physicist David Bohm) in the book - it falls squarely within this subject area.
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am 17. November 2016
The topics discussed in the book are very interesting and the proposed approach is definitely one to have in your toolset but reading the book was a dread. I felt like that author is repeating things again and again... I was tempted to skip, but then again I had fear of missing out.
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am 28. Juni 1999
I don't know if it was that the book was not well written, or just that the thoughts seemed disjointed, but I had a very difficult time following the ideas. First of all, it is really hard to digest the fact that I may be at fault for all of the issues I need to have difficult conversations about. This book would have us all believing that we should not only always look at the other person's side, but often sacrifice our own views and desires in the interest of making a difficult conversation easier. Secondly, I am sure there must be a better approach than this. I had to strongly disagree on many occasions with the author's recommendations because when I applied them to my own life, I found myself having to make excuses for wrongdoings that others did to me! Definitely not for people with low self-esteem!
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am 12. September 1999
I have 3 bookshelves of books I've read, and this is the only one I'm keeping on my desk. If you were intriqued but bored by Goleman's Emotional Intelligence, this is the how-to guide. Simple to read, straighforward, but puts forth a lifelong challenge so you'll want to keep this book close at hand as you begin your learning journey.
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am 17. Juni 1999
Although this book was written by lawyers who in general are poor communicators, the lawyers who wrote this book demonstrate that generalities don't hold (and in fact impede communication). If we all USED the techniques presented in this book, our lives would be improved. Techniques are clearly presented and illustrated, but, of course, implementing these concepts into lives will require much effort (which the authors address). I suspect that anyone loooking for quick fix ideas will be disappointed, but it is hard to imagine that someone could read even a portion of this book and not become a better communicator. Highly recommended for anyone who is serious about improving their communication skills!
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am 26. März 2011
Mit hat das Buch sehr viel gebracht: aufschlussreich, absolut praxistauglich und auch noch spritzig und unterhaltsam geschrieben. Leider wird es anscheinend in Deutsch nicht mehr verlegt.
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am 11. Juli 2000
This book will help people with conversations we all have. Much of what you read will seem obviously correct even though you are not acting as the book suggests. A key point in the book is not to focus on blame but to look at the contributions of each party (i.e. what is going on that causes the problem.) In doing this you will figure out what needs to be done to solve the problems. This book is excellent! For a Masters in Dispute Resolution, I have read many books and none are better than this one. If you liked Getting to Yes or Getting Past No, You will like this book.
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