If you don't know who Chris Voss is, do yourself a favor and pick up a copy of a book called, Never Split the Difference. It will change the way you look at negotiation forever.
Voss spent 24 years working in the FBI Crisis Negotiation Unit and was the FBI's chief international hostage and kidnapping negotiator from 2003 to 2007. Prior to that Voss worked on NYC's Joint Terrorist Task Force investigating terrorist activities and attacks.
After working on more than 150 international hostage cases he retired from the FBI in 2007 and founded The Black Swan Group.
On this episode, Voss and I talk about some of the finer nuances and intricacies behind the tactics he teaches in Never Split the Difference.
Be curious, be authentic, and find similarities! Boost Your Likability! Because it pays to be likable. Especially in a negotiation!
Michelle Tillis Lederman is one of Forbes Top 25 Networking Experts. We focus on one of her books: The 11 Laws of Likability. She has appeared on NBC, CBS, Fox, and NPR. She's been featured in the Wall Street Journal, NY Times, Working Mother, US News & World Report, USA Today, and CNBC.
This is the 2nd of 7 interviews that I did live in the speaker's room at WIN Summit.
Guest: Michelle Tillis Lederman
Free giveaways from Michelle at: michelletillislederman.com/giftpack/
Danny Creed is a business coach, trainer, entrepreneur, best-selling author, and international keynote and workshop speaker. He is a recognized expert in sales, management, and start-up business strategic planning. Having been involved with 14 successful start-up businesses and over 400 business turnarounds, Coach Dan has a unique perspective of what he calls grass roots negotiations which about getting down to the nuts and bolts of negotiations.
Sometimes we get so caught up in our external negotiations that we forget about what it's like to negotiate and create alignment internally within our organizations. David Hearn is known for creating alignment internally and explaining the need for good emotional intelligence, and the development of empathy to create that alignment. It's so, so important. but for whatever reason, we forget about it. So how do procurement leaders negotiate internally?
Guest: David Hearn
Drew Green is the CEO of Indochino - the largest bespoke suit retailer in the world. Between 2015 and 2017, Drew increased the market capitalization of Indochino by approximately $200 million. He says focus, dedication and decisiveness are what have led the company to achieving record growth year over year. Execution is everything to Drew. His knowledge on entrepreneurial financing and deal making and how to think about deals is incredible. Get your entrepreneur friends to listen to this podcast, they're not going to get better advice on how to think about raising money and entrepreneurial deal making than here.
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