Negotiate With Confidence
Women are very good at many things! *Studies show that women are better at multi-tasking, make better top-tier managers, better at finances, better planners, and perform better under stress. There is, however, one thing that the majority of women in business admit that their male counterparts are better at--Negotiating!
As women in the world of business, how do we get more of what we want when it's time to sit down at the negotiating table? Whether you're negotiating a commercial lease, a new client contract, a job promotion, or salary increase, this workshop is for you! Associate attorney with King Law, Elizabeth Thueme will present powerful points of negotiating effectively so that we not only get more of what we want, but steer clear of ending up with what we don't want!
Here are the top 7 reasons why women don't negotiate well or avoid it all together:
- Don't want to offend anyone
- Wants to be agreeable/friends with everyone
- It upsets the balance (status quo)
- Hard to separate business from personal
- Don't want to be disagreeable
- Concerned what others think
- Question our own value
If any of these sounded familiar, then please, register for this workshop (Click Register above). Information is power, and Elizabeth will impart sound advice, practices, and information that will help you become confident at the negotiating table!
This is a Women in Business
Event sponsored by the McDowell Chamber of Commerce. Our Women in Business events are for women at every stage of their careers, from the retail floor to the president's office. We tackle issues that transcend age and position. McDowell boasts a strong percentage of successful women who are in the trenches and leading the way to positive change. Whether you're aiming for the next wrung on the corporate ladder, juggling children, career, and home, or leading the charge for social change, we all deal with things unique to our gender. Our goal is to help support you in your mission.
*Source: Inc.com/published 9/2016 author Geoffrey James, Contributing editor/ Twitter