De Escalate

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De Escalate
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Publisher : Simon and Schuster
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ISBN : 9781582706559
Pages : 256 pages
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"We live in a more socially polarized time nationally and globally then ever before, as arguments easily flare up, aggression and bullying rises, and lines are drawn over politics, religion, and ideology. De-Escalate provides a new set of social listening and communication skills that solve the problem of what to do with angry, emotional people. Based on the practical experience of a master mediator and grounded in the latest findings in neuroscience, Douglas Noll offers his proven process to you--to empower you to successfully and efficiently de-escalate an angry person or volatile situation in 90 seconds or less, and how to apply this skill in all areas of life. A timely and practical relationship book with simple, easy to understand steps, De-Escalate walks readers through real-life examples and scenario-based conversations in order to master his technique, build emotional intelligence, and cultivate empathy and healing. This book will teach the precise tools to master becoming a peacemaker, cultivating ways to transform lives, co-exist and co-respect for a more caring and compassionate future"--

De Escalate

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De Escalate

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