The Ultimate Negotiator
The Ultimate Negotiator
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Ed Makowski, Oldcastle Precast, Inc.
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Jeff Gould, International Rectifier, Inc.
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Jennifer Reese, Verizon
"I personally think Andy is one of the best facilitators I have ever had the pleasure of working with"
Rick Kolpa, Prologis, Inc.
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Rick Smith, Petco
"The skills are invaluable and the content, method and intensity of the training were fantastic"
Mark Hawthorne, Safeway
"Day 1 back in the office and I find myself listening and looking for cues that will help me read the situation better."
Randy Peitsch, Sports Authority
"Really learned how to read people better & to be more direct in my communication."
Jennifer Jensen, Mattel, Inc.
"I learned so many things in this workshop"
Tag Archives: non verbal communication
Dr. David Matsumoto appears on ABC’s news broadcast discussing micro-expressions. I am a fan.
Below are my observations of the Tiger Woods press conference. Overall, Tiger’s emotions, non-verbal communication, and words were very much aligned. He was truthful as he represented his feelings at the press conference. I did notice a couple of occasions … Continue reading →
Darvin Moon finished 2nd in the 2009 World Series of Poker, winning $5.18 million. Although Darvin is an amateur, many times he demonstrated an uncanny ability to make the right call at the right time. Sometimes he was just plain … Continue reading →
Why do people get caught lying? The average person lies 3x in a 10 minute conversation. That’s 1,616,220 lies in a lifetime. True many of those lies are your garden variety little white lies, harmless exaggerations, omissions, etc. So why … Continue reading →
Humintell posted video clips of the John Edwards interview on ABC when he first denied the rumors of his affair and secondly denied fathering a child. Here are my comments on the John Edwards video. Which I’ve reproduced below. I … Continue reading →
A brief interruption in the “10 Tips” series to pose a question to everybody whose is reading this. People feel compelled to lie during a negotiation. There are many forms of lying including omissions, concealing vital facts, exaggerations, innocent little white … Continue reading →