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The Power of Nice by Linda Kaplan

Title The Power of Nice
Author Linda Kaplan
Publisher Random House
Release 2011-04-07
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 144
ISBN 0753546787
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Linda Kaplan Thaler and Robin Koval have moved to the top of the advertising industry by following a simple but powerful philosophy: it pays to be nice. Where so many companies encourage a dog-eat-dog mentality, The Kaplan Thaler Group has succeeded through chocolate and flowers. In The Power of Nice, through their own experiences and the stories of other people and businesses, they demonstrate why, contrary to conventional wisdom, nice people finish first. The Power of Nice shows that 'nice' companies have lower employee turnover, lower recruitment costs and higher productivity. Nice people live longer, are healthier and make more money. In today's interconnected word, companies and people with a reputation for cooperation and fair play forge the kind of relationships that lead to bigger and better opportunities, both in business and in life. But being nice doesn't mean being a push-over. In fact, nice may be the toughest four-letter word you'll ever encounter. Kaplan Thaler and Koval illustrate the surprising power of nice with an array of real-life examples from the business arena as well as from their personal lives. Most important, they present a plan of action covering everything from creating a positive impression to sweetening the pot to turning enemies to allies. Filled with inspiration and suggestions on how to supercharge your career and expand your reach in the workplace, The Power of Nice will transform how you live and work.

The Power of Nice by Ronald M. Shapiro

Title The Power of Nice
Author Ronald M. Shapiro
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Release 2015-01-27
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 288
ISBN 1118969626
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Demonstrates how Robert Shapiro, an agent and attorney for some of the most famous baseball figures of the present day, successfully makes a deal and skillfully bargains so that all involved walk away a winner. Reprint. 30,000 first printing. $50,000 ad/promo. Tour.

The Power of Nice by Ronald M. Shapiro

Title The Power of Nice
Author Ronald M. Shapiro
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Release 2015-01-16
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 288
ISBN 1118969669
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Learn to get what you want without burning bridges In this revised and updated edition of the renowned classic The Power of Nice, negotiations expert, sports agent, New York Times bestselling author, attorney, business leader and educator, Ron Shapiro, shares the key principles of effective negotiation through a combination of a time-tested process, anecdotes, and exercises. Drawing on his unparalleled experiences from the worlds of sports, law, business and politics, as well as dealing with life issues common to us all, Shapiro takes you through the steps of his systematic approach: The Three Ps, Prepare-Probe-Propose. Learn how to use the process to empower you in negotiations. Regardless of your level of experience or the extent of your confidence, you will get what you want while building stronger relationships for the future. This updated edition contains: Significant new material including an expanded view of its applicability to a broad array of business and life challenges a new streamlined version of the Preparation Checklist a more precise understanding of the concept of WIN-win forewords by Cal Ripken, Jr., and Ambassador Charlene Barshefsky, and an Epilogue highlighting negotiation lessons from the life of Nelson Mandela The book also provides a link to reinforcement of its lessons through the website of the Shapiro Negotiations Institute. Whether you are negotiating with, among others, a customer or client, a boss or government official, or even setting a teenager's curfew or getting a last seat on an airplane, this invaluable guide will help you read the other side and bring the power of human psychology and a time-tested process to the negotiating table. If you're tired of uneven "compromise" and the feeling of being manipulated, turn the tables for good with The Power of Nice, and learn strength from the master himself.

The Power of Small by Linda Kaplan

Title The Power of Small
Author Linda Kaplan
Publisher Random House
Release 2011-05-05
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 160
ISBN 0753547287
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The authors of the national bestseller The Powe of Nice once again tackle conventional wisdom with a provocative and counterintuitive book about the importance of sweating the small stuff in our lives and in our careers. Our smallest actions and gestures often have outsized impact on our biggest goals, say Linda Kaplan Thaler and Robin Koval. Did you double-check that presentation one last time, or hold the elevator for a stranger? Going that extra inch - whether with a client, customer, family member, or friend - speaks volumes to others about our talent, personality, and motivations. After all, if we can't take care of the small details, how can we be counted on to deliver when it really matters? In today's challenging times, bigger isn't always better. In fact, it's often the baby steps that put us on the path to delivering a true competitive advantage. The real secret to getting ahead in life and in our careers is to refocus our attention on the small details that, if disregarded, can sabotage a multimillion-dollar ad campaign or undermine your most important relationships. Kaplan Thaler and Koval show how to get more of what you want with surprisingly less than you'd imagine. Written in the same entertaining, story-driven style that made The Power of Nice the go-to book for finishing first, The Power of Small demonstrates how all of us can harness the power of small to improve and reinvent our lives. It's the ultimate guide to shrinking your outlook to broaden your horizons. Get SMALL and get going!

The Power of Nice by Ronald M. Shapiro

Title The Power of Nice
Author Ronald M. Shapiro
Publisher John Wiley & Sons Incorporated
Release 1998-09-29
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 268
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Demonstrates how Robert Shapiro, an agent and attorney for some of the most famous baseball figures of the present day, successfully makes a deal and skillfully bargains so that all involved walk away a winner. Reprint. 30,000 first printing. $50,000 ad/promo. Tour.

Title Enlargement of the EU and the Treaty of Nice
Author Homa Motamen-Scobie
Publisher Ft Press
Release 2002
Category Political Science
Total Pages 170
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Nice Treaty will shape the future of the European Union. Understanding the treaty and its implications is key for all those dealing with the applicant countries as well as those countries themselves. Deciphering the volume of official material on the subject of EU entry can be arduous. This report provides a clear and concise guide, outlining the procedure for joining the EU. It offers: A comprehensive analysis of the countries in line for accession to the EU An unbiased assessment of the prospects for each of the candidate countries based on an indepth survey of the thirteen applicant countries An appraisal of the development of these markets A checklist of the key requirements for entry together with projections for their accession Insight into the views of existing member states - the ultimate decision-makers - on the prospects for applicant countries based on interviews with actual decision-makers including Prime Ministers, Ministers of Foreign Affairs and officials of the European Commission A clear and unique guideline on the procedure and timing of entry for each applicant

Title The Treaty of Nice Explained
Author Martyn Bond
Publisher I.B.Tauris
Release 2001-11
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 291
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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As the European Union grows larger and more complex, so members revise treaties to adjust to new circumstances. This volume explores and explains The Treaty of Nice, designed to help prepare the Union as it considers adding up to 12 new states, many formerly behind the Iron Curtain.

The Power of the Pope During the Middle Ages by Jean Edme Auguste Gosselin

Title The Power of the Pope During the Middle Ages
Author Jean Edme Auguste Gosselin
Publisher
Release 1853
Category Church history
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Grit to Great by Linda Kaplan Thaler

Title Grit to Great
Author Linda Kaplan Thaler
Publisher Currency
Release 2015-09-08
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 160
ISBN 080413913X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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It is not native intelligence or natural talent that makes people excel, it's old-fashioned hard work, sweat equity, and determination. In Grit to Great, Linda Kaplan Thaler and Robin Koval tackle a topic that is close to their hearts, one that they feel is the real secret to their own success in their careers--and in the careers of so many people they know and have met. And that is the incredible power of grit, perseverance, perspiration, determination, and sheer stick-to-it-tiveness. We are all dazzled by the notion that there are some people who get ahead, who reach the corner office because they are simply gifted, or well-connected, or both. But research shows that we far overvalue talent and intellectual ability in our culture. The fact is, so many people get ahead--even the gifted ones--because they worked incredibly hard, put in the thousands of hours of practice and extra sweat equity, and made their own luck. And Linda and Robin should know--they are two girls from the Bronx who had no special advantages or privileges and rose up through their own hard work and relentless drive to succeed to the top of their highly competitive profession. In a book illustrated with a cornucopia of stories and the latest research on success, the authors reveal the strategies that helped them, and countless others, succeed at the highest levels in their careers and professions, and in their personal lives. They talk about the guts--the courage--necessary to take on tough challenges and not give up at the first sign of difficulty. They discuss the essential quality of resiliency. Everyone suffers setbacks in their careers and in life. The key, however, is to pick yourself up and bounce back. Drawing on the latest research in positive psychology, they discuss why optimists do better in school, work, and on the playing field--and how to reset that optimistic set point. They talk about industriousness, the notion that Malcolm Gladwell popularized with the 10,000-hour rule in his book Outliers. Creativity theorist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi believes it takes a minimum of 10 years for one's true creative potential to be realized. And the authors explore the concept of tenacity--the quality that allows us to remain focused and avoid distraction in order to get the job done--an increasingly difficult task in today's fragmented, cluttered, high-tech, connected world. Written in the same short, concise format as The Power of Nice and leavened with the natural humor that characterizes Linda's and Robin's lives--and books--Grit to Great is destined to be the book everyone in business needs.

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