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"Read this book…" (Reading Chronicle, December2006)
"In Hostage at the Table George Kohlrieser brings his uniqueexpertise in the emotional land mines of negotiation to thechallenges of leadership. Leaders everywhere will find much ofpractical use in this smart and engaging look at the emotionalundercurrents that make or break an organization."
—Daniel Goleman, author, Emotional Intelligence
"George Kohlrieser's deep and insightful thinking on leadershiphas had a fundamental impact on our company. His teachings havechanged my life. Read this book, and it will change yours,too."
—Nick Shreiber, president and CEO, Tetra Pak Group2000-2005
"A new look at what every leader needs to know about controllingemotions, relating, dialoging, negotiating, and breaking free ofbeing hostage to the past or to one's current environment. Thisbook is a practical masterpiece."
—Jim Allen, M.D., professor of psychiatry and behavioralsciences, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, OklahomaCity; president, International Transactional AnalysisAssociation
"George Kohlrieser offers us a fascinating and valuable blend ofrich psychological insight into the delicate process of negotiationmixed with his powerful personal experiences as a hostage and ahostage negotiator. I recommend the book!"
—William Ury, author, Getting Past No and The ThirdSide
Reading the Hostage at the Table and applying its concepts can be a life-changing experience - as I personally experienced for myself and with numerous other people. Read morePublished 3 months ago by AIncze
A book that could be written in 10 pagesPublished 4 months ago by Jaime Agapito Monteiro Vieira Martins
This book is a refreshing insight into becoming a remarkable leader.
The step by step approach and the author's insight gives the leader the power, the safety and the space to... Read more
I refer to a select handful of management references in my work as a management consultant (aka corporate troubleshooter) and Hostage at the Table is a worthy addition to my... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jeremy de Constantin
It has good information but it repeats everything over and over and over so you start to skip and at the end only half of the book is valid and new informationPublished 7 months ago by F. Ache