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The Chamberlain Negotiation Principles: A Tale of Five Must Know Negotiation Tenets and the Insight Behind the Principles to Help You Succeed Paperback – February 12, 2010
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Jared Kelner's career started in the mid 1990s in California where he opened a chain of secondhand children's clothing stores. The Well Dressed Baby was featured in the August 1998 issue of Entrepreneur Magazine in an article entitled "10 Best Children's Businesses You Can Start Now." Since 1999, Jared Kelner has held several important service sales positions at one of the world's leading Internet corporations that designs and sells networking and communications technology. In 2006, Jared started The Infinite Mind Training Group (www.memory-trainers.com), which offers interactive memory improvement training seminars to corporations and the general public. Jared currently lives in central New Jersey with his wife and two children. To learn more about Jared Kelner, please visit www.jaredkelner.com.
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Top customer reviews
I opened The Chamberlain Negations Principles determined to learn something but not necessarily expecting to enjoy it too much. Imagine my surprise when I couldn't put it down! It reads like a good suspense novel.
Kelner does a captivating job intertwining fiction with his 5 non-fiction principles of negotiations. The story is a page turner. The negotiation principles are seamlessly woven into the storyline, then dissected and further explained in between chapters of the novel.
I strongly recommend The Chamberlain Negations Principles to anyone who's looking for a good read and anyone looking to improve the negotiating skills either in business or in their personal life.
The book offers valuable insights and lessons, derived from the writer's experience, and embedded in a story-line that creates clear understanding and focused guidelines, as well as an enjoyable reading experience. Of special value are five analytical discussions that further clarify each principle.
The ideas in Kelner's book are practical and useful, not abstract, nor dogmatic.
This book belongs in the toolbox of anyone involved in negotiations of any type; that's everybody.