When negotiations break down, it´s never over the things that you do agree on, but over the things you don´t. A negative can be read by some business partners as a full stop against considering any new business angles or an outright refusal to further bargaining. But it´s not all that bad to use a negative in a phrase. If, as some people say, "the truth hurts", then a nicely placed negative before a critical-sounding adjective can take the sting out of it. Instead of saying something is terrible, the wise negotiator says that it isn´t very...
Klikli jste na článek, který patří do předplatitelské sekce iHNed.cz
Chcete si přečíst celý článek?