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Stop the Line Conversations

“Stop the Line manufacturing is a technique introduced by Taiichi Ohno (of Toyota Production System fame)  in which every employee on the assembly line has a responsibility to push a big red button that stops everything whenever they notice a defect on the assembly … Continue reading

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Relationship Caution Protocols

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Three Phases of Objecting

Three Phases of Objecting Three Phases of Objecting — Read on objectebook.com/2020/03/04/three-phases-of-objecting/

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TOP Agreement

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Agree How to Agree

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The Object Proposal

The Object Proposal is my attempt to get a level playing field for personal and business relationships. It allows us to deal directly and in real-time with controversial issues when we don’t want to be walking on “eggshells” to avoid … Continue reading

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Conversation Vs Negotiation

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Flock You!

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The Object Principle – How we disagree well, together

Having an engagement proposal is crazy without a disengagement proposal…. Who can deny that all conversation is an exchange of some sort or another, from the exchange of pleasantries, “Nice day, isn’t it?” to exchanging of proposals, “If I come … Continue reading

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Dare to Object – How to be More Objective

So you would like to be more objective then Dare to object! However, be careful and… are to object using grounds – (not coffee) but the reason you object ie “I object on the grounds of hearsay evidence” Dare to object and not … Continue reading

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