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The Magic of Dialogue: Transforming Conflict into Cooperation

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In this groundbreaking work, famed social scientist and world-famous public opinion expert Daniel Yankelovich reinvents the ancient art of dialogue.
Successful managers have always known how to make decisions and mobilize coworkers. But as our businesses continue to expand, conversations and discussions just aren't enough to bring people and their different agendas
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Paperback, 240 pages
Published September 5th 2001 by Touchstone
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Megan
Jan 31, 2016 rated it it was ok
I enjoyed the opportunity to reflect on what makes dialogue meaningful, and I appreciated the distinction made between dialogue and debate. That being said, the book suffers from what I'm going to deem "business book syndrome" - as much a sales pitch as it is anything else - and a complete misreading of Buber's I and Thou. I don't think the misreading weakens Yankelovich's point, but it undermines his authority.

Buber's work of Jewish mysticism describes a dialectic relationship that transcends
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Kristina
Apr 16, 2008 rated it really liked it
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Highly recommend this book. Yankelvich does a nice job describing the difference between discussion vs dialogue. He gives great pointers on how to get people focused on dialoging to think creatively on a joint problem suspending judgement and evaluating each possibility.
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