Negotiating the Nonnegotiable (Blinkist Summary)
Negotiating the Nonnegotiable by Daniel Shapiro offers insights into a new framework that can be applied to solve stubborn conflicts in both our personal and professional lives. This audio-only summary distills the framework into digestible lessons, emphasizing the importance of the “tribal mind” while also illustrating how we actively address emotional pain and the role of identity in conflict resolution. Discover the two factors behind conflict, explore the tribes effect, and learn to build better relationships by confronting taboos and myths that charge conflict. Plus, discover how to leverage the SAS system to achieve reconciliation—even in the most intense disagreements.
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- 英文名称：Negotiating the Nonnegotiable (Blinkist Summary)
- Finding resolutions to emotionally charged conflicts
- The two factors to conflict
- Understanding conflict through core and relational identities
- The tribes effect
- Vertigo when dealing with conflict
- Forging better relationships by confronting taboos
- Confronting the mythos of identity
- The three-step process for dealing with emotional pain
- Achieve reconciliation by reconfiguring your relationship
- In the end, no conflict is nonnegotiable