Icebreaker: Id like to thank you for the opportunity you and the company have given me. I recognize that youve been very influential in my growth and advancement. However, I have a problem that I need your help with.
Pitch #1: What has happened is that Ive been concentrating solely on my professional growth and havent been paying any attention to my stream of income . . .
Pitch #2: I think my salary no longer reflects my contribution to the company . . .
Pitch #3: I think my salary no longer matches my job responsibilities . . .
Whether you need to ask your boss to stop micromanaging, terminate a subordinate, confront a peer, or cold call a potential client, Lifescripts gives you the most effective approachand the actual wordsto use.
The bestselling guide to self-improvement and success, Lifescripts has been completely revised and updated, taking a sharp self-help focus and adding more than 50 scripts that help you prepare for difficult conversations both inside and outside the office. Each of the 109 Lifescripts gives you a plan that leads to the desired result regardless of the obstacles thrown in your path. You get an icebreaker opener, a pitch, an answer to every question, and a defense for every attack. Youll also find strategic pointers on attitude, timing, preparation, and behavior.
From dealing with human resources to confronting a backstabber to closing a deal, Lifescripts provides a road map to navigate successfully through the most perplexing, problematic dialogues you may face in the course of your life. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
MARK LEVINE lives with his wife and two Newfoundlands in Ithaca, New York.
I have not used yet, but I believe it will be a great tool.Published 7 months ago by Brandy P. Edwards
Although my CD in the book came in broken, I was still happy with the book. Too bad I was not able to use the CD that went along with the book.Published 8 months ago by Sexi Sagittarius
Previously owned however book looked like new - received it right on time.Use it for work and regular conversations I use it more for ideas then actual scenariosPublished 13 months ago by JKV3113