Strategies for Critical Conversations

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When you’re trying to persuade someone to do, or not to do, something, it’s best to have the conversation face-to-face. It’s better than a phone call and far better than an email. This Executive Edge explores strategies for persuasion and also for being persuadable. Topics cover the process of persuasion, changing your mind, negotiation barriers, how to isolate the problem and creating an influential personal brand. These are all good things to keep in mind as you develop your strategies for critical conversations.

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