Why managers must be skilled negotiators

Gennard, John
November 1997
People Management;11/06/97, Vol. 3 Issue 22, p61
Focuses on the necessity for managers to acquire negotiation skills even in the absence of trade unions within the company. Misconception on the limited relevance of employee relations to companies with trade unions; Skills needed in dealing with managerial colleagues and handling disciplinary issues


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