Join me for “Negotiating Your Way to a Better Salary” – A Workshop Series for Women

Apr 25, 2011 by

As female professionals, we’re great at advocating for the issues that we care about. But we’re not always able to transfer those advocacy skills to speaking on behalf of our personal and professional interests in the workplace. In fact, as a result of our commitment to serving others and contributing our energy to our causes, we might let ourselves feel guilty for making our needs a priority.

If you’re nodding your head, then you need to join me and my colleague Alyssa Best for a two workshop series for women on salary negotiation!

These two workshops will empower participants to explore how their hard work and accomplishments can serve as a source of power leading to job satisfaction, professional fulfillment, and sustainability. Through group facilitation and discussion, role play exercises and reflection, participants will identify and practice strategies to improve their communication and negotiation skills in the workplace.

  • Workshop One – 5/10/11, 6:30-8:30pm: “Getting it Right from the Start” will focus on negotiating your salary and benefits package when starting a new job.

  • Workshop Two – 5/17/11, 6:30-8:30pm: “Moving Up” will explore tips, tricks and methods for leveraging your hard work into salary increases and promotions at your current (or future) job.

You can choose to attend either Workshop One or Two or both for a discounted price. Plus, we’re offering a bonus: with your purchase, you can add a 30-minute one-on-one coaching session with one of your trainers for the low price of $25 (a 50% discount)! This coaching session will be scheduled at a mutually agreed upon time after the workshops. Please note that this workshop series is for women only.

For more information and to register, visit the event page: http://negotiationworkshops.eventbrite.com/. Space is limited so register TODAY to guarantee your spot before the registration price goes up on May 4!

 

*Photo courtesy of Flickr user The Advocacy Project

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