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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.
The scenarios they map out are conversations that are unlikely to happen in just that way. People -- especially bosses -- are highly unlikely to concede or agree or change their... Read morePublished 22 days ago by Mariane Matera
I regretted that I purchased this book. It seemed intriguing at first, but at a closer observation and actually reading through the scenarios, I was very disappointed. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Orcafuzz
incredibly helpful for those tough situations...great for new supervisorsPublished 6 months ago by V. Smith