- 162 pages
- Black & White
- 5.5 x 8.5 inches
- eBook (epub, pdf)
- 978-1-5255-3439-3 eBook
- 978-1-5255-3438-6 Paperback
- 978-1-5255-3437-9 Hardcover
- Business & Economics, Decision-Making & Problem Solving
- Psychology, Interpersonal Relations
- Business & Economics, Negotiating
Brain Fishing, Questioning Skills, Negotiation Skills, Problem Solving, Conflict Resolution, Relationship Magic, Red Brain Blue Brain
BrainFishing is the “missing link”, the hands-on, practical guide for professionals looking to forge better agreements and build stronger relationships in difficult and challenging situations. It is the one, slim book that will complete your professional bookshelf.
Designed for anyone who manages, sells, coaches, negotiates, resolves conflict or needs to influence other people, BrainFishing will help you understand and apply questioning skills in new, effective, and creative ways. Filled with examples, stories and exercises to help you put the skills and tools to work immediately, BrainFishing will help change your relationships from the ground up. And there’s the neuroscience behind it all, too!
“The collaborative approach to finding common interest solutions is the heart and soul of BrainFishing… The skills and approaches you will find in BrainFishing are both practical and inspiring. I highly recommend this book!”
President & CEO, Head Coach - Libro Credit Union
“Until now, no comprehensive guide has supported problem solvers in their quest to ask the right questions. BrainFishing is an essential tool that fills a deep void in dispute resolution practical literature.”
Martha E. Simmons, PhD
Winkler Professor of Dispute Resolution, Osgoode Hall Law School
“Brain Fishing is a clever and intelligent conversation about negotiating any issue with our fellow human beings. The real nuggets are in the tackle box of strategically posed questions. What a great holiday gift for a Red-Brain dominant colleague, or a great reminder to self!”
Judy Fantham, M.A.
Senior Executive Officer, Ontario Nurses' Association
Gary T. Furlong is a mediator, negotiator and professional conflict resolution specialist working in Canada and the United States.
Jim Harrison is a strategy and HR consultant and sales trainer working with multi-national organizations around the world. Both spend their professional time helping people work through complex challenges where questioning skills are the lifeblood of collaborative success.
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