Book Title: Deal Diva: How to Negotiate Your Way to Success Without Selling Your Soul
About the book
Why are women still not equal to men?
The fact is that women don’t know how to get what they want. In short, they do not know how to negotiate. Deal Diva: How to Negotiate Your Way to Success Without Selling Your Soul will empower you with the negotiating expertise that will allow you to hold your own in business and in life. From persuading your five-year-old to go to bed on time, to getting the best price on a new car, or to closing a multimillion-rand business deal, the principles and processes in this book can be applied both at home and in the workplace.
With invaluable advice from other successful, high-profile women such as Jenna Clifford and Joan Joffe, Deal Diva: How to Negotiate Your Way to Success Without Selling Your Soul will ideally equip you to get the deals you want and successfully make your way in whatever field you choose.
Far removed from stuffy business books, and without spouting corporate mumbo-jumbo, Deal Diva: How to Negotiate Your Way to Success Without Selling Your Soul is irreverent, informative and a jolly good read that will empower the fabulous dealmaking diva in you.
About the Author
Kim Meredith is an internationally acclaimed lecturer, negotiator and dealmaker, as well as the Chief Executive Officer of The Dealmaker Company. She is also the Managing Director of Spectrum Solutions, the largest distributor of The Dealmaker Company programmes. Kim has extensive executive-level experience in business strategy, negotiation and sales. Her excellent reputation as a global dealmaker has seen her consulting to companies across the globe.
Praise for Deal Diva
Tonya Swart (Senior SAP SD Consultant) Britehouse Specialist SAP Division
“Wow! Where do I begin to tell you what it’s done for me … The Deal Diva: How to Negotiate Your Way to Success Without Selling Your Soul has helped me to revalue my self-worth and to see that I don’t have to be afraid to ask for what I want. It has made me realize that I deserve the very best in what life has to offer and shown me that I don’t have to apologise for my strength as a woman”
Barbara Edwards – Executive Assistant: Marketing at a prominent South African banking institute
“I loved the book. I felt like I was sitting there having a conversation with Kim, and in my opinion, that’s what a book’s got to do, pull you in”
Dorothy Diaz (Manager: Web and Campaign Administration Company) Standard Bank South Africa
“Wow, what brilliant content!”