"A great practical approach to improving your ability to negotiate better in every aspect of life. More widely applicable and less formal than the "interest-based" approach so well described in the Fisher and Ury books."
"Some people are taken more seriously than others in conversations even though there is nothing special about what they are saying. This book gives practical advice for improving the way you come across to people based on factors that you may not even be aware of."
"Somewhat abstract and philosophical, but an interesting read about the deeper significance of talking together. Focuses largely on the important topic of getting past implicit limitations of individual thinking."
"Another book focusing on the importance of distinguishing simple communication (roughly sending and receiving messages) from meaningful dialog (thinking together) and emphasizing the importance of thinking together."
"How do you handle real situations where you need to manage dysfunctionally divided groups? Simple tactics and techniques often fail. This book has ways of thinking about and approaching that puzzle more flexibly."