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Negotiation Nuggets are bite size webinars that fit perfectly in your coffee or lunch break. Each 30-minute Nugget will focus on one aspect of salary, benefits, or career negotiation. There will be time for you to ask your negotiation questions on the specific topic and more general negotiation topics as well.
May 6, 2015 1:00 PM EDT Virtual
What you decide to say and not to say at work impacts your income and your career. Three areas that cause common confusion are when to be silent, when to say you are sorry, and when to accept a compliment without deflecting it to others. Achieving comfort with each of these can improve your options both internally and externally, fast-track the next promotion, and improve your next raise.
May 13, 2015 1:00 PM EDT Virtual
Are you picking up the conference room after meetings while the men walk out and start acting on what was discussed in the meeting? Do you have a community candy bowl on your desk? Are you wondering why you feel obligated or are actually obligated to do the housework of the office? And most importantly, is this work holding you back in your career and paycheck? Many working women spend about 10% of their time on such tasks. This webinar will discuss ways to move out of this role or avoid it completely and enable you to get back those 4 hours of work time and shine in your actual job.
May 20, 2015, 1:00 PM EDT Virtual
Raise vs. Salary Adjustment discusses the differences of the two and when you should use which terminology. In this webinar you will learn what to use for pay that is below expectations because of job creep, cost of living, job market, title improvement/promotion, and more. By the end of the webinar you will know how to start your negotiation for each of these circumstances.
May 27, 2015 1:00 PM EDT Virtual
Human Resource personnel, recruiters, headhunters, hiring managers, compensation specialists, and budget owners are various players who can be involved in the decision of your pay and benefits package. Understanding the role and impact of each of these people will help you minimize frustration while maximizing your career and income possibility.
Most people know that negotiation is part of the hiring, raise, and promotion processes but few learn how to negotiate while in school. This lack of formal training creates many misconceptions and mistakes that impact money, benefits, and career track. Among the misconceptions is a belief that negotiating your employment package is risky. The risk is minimal since 84% of hiring managers expect such negotiations. Register for FREE to watch this previous Negotiation Nugget.