Jack Nasher born in Korbach ; Jack Lord Nasher-Awakemian  is a bestselling author, negotiation advisor,  and a professor at Munich Business School  and on the faculty of Stanford University. Nasher was born to a Syrian-Armenian-American father, a surgeon, and a German-Afghan mother, internal medicine physian and an author. Nasher went to school in Germany, France, and in the United States. Nasher started his teaching career as a tutor at Oxford University, where he also conducted interviews for prospective students, before being appointed Professor for Leadership and Organization at Munich Business School in Nasher mostly applies psychological concepts in order to assess and influence individuals, mostly in the context of negotiations.
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Competence is the decisive factor when it comes to convincing people of themselves. However, we are miserable at assessing the competence of others.
Verbal and non-verbal communication are only half the battle: The winner is anyone who uses psychological effects and phenomena to improve their standing! You can keep your soul. Where was your partner last night? Has your neighbor scratched your car? How much can the boss really pay you? They teach the most important characteristics, examine lies and, in addition, examine the techniques of professionals so that you can get to the whole truth!
With this guide, you will become a human lie detector that will see the whole truth! The Consistency-Effect, the Liking-Bias, the Endowment-Effect: the most effective psychological techniques for any negotiation. Based on the latest psychological findings and many examples from the fascinating world of intelligence, Jack Nasher explains how to use our perception to catch the little signs of deception.
The book is the perfect lie detector! A book on an ethic. It is an ethic rooted in psychology, in the human pursuit of happiness. This introduction gives an overview of the relevant thoughts and critiques of utilitarianism — from Bentham to today. How to show competence and convince others —. Order now! How sad that real competence is useless.
Jack Nasher shows how anybody can work on their self representation — and why appearances is more important than substance. Their secret: they radiate competence, exploit the art of flattery and mention their accomplishments […] In his new book, Jack Nasher deals with the criteria of competence and explains how you are perceived as an expert, even though you may not always be one.
Read it, please! You can start right away. This book is easy to read and full of anecdotes, case studies and research findings. The author shows simple tricks how to put oneself in the right light and how you can better understand others in their attempts. It offers many new and helpful insights and gives a lot of tips on how to present yourself better in the professional and business environment.
Well written and easy to read. Getting what you want —. Du gibst mir, was ich will! Order Now! An entertaining guide that explains the basic rules of negotiation… Nasher masters the art of easy writing… easily read, spiced with many anecdotes and countless practical examples. Using the latest findings from psychological research and many examples, Nasher reveals how we can train our perception to recognize the small, treacherous signs of lies. Jack Nasher explains in his new book how to expose this deception.
In his latest book, Nasher wrote down these signs. Die Kunst, Kompetenz zu zeigen. A perfect guide: based on science, clearly written, and easily put into practice. The book stands out through its compellingly stringent logic and clear language. In enthralling text modules an impressive number of vivid thought experiments and moral philosophical statements on utilitarianism are collected. In his introductory work, the author has succeeded in presenting Utilitarianism in a practical and interesting way for a broad readership.
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