According to some studies, the gender wage gap still exists partly because Women Don’t Ask. Join us for these two events to learn the art of negotiation. Register for the events by clicking the links below. Separate registration is required, and Part 1 is mandatory to attend Part 2.
Contact Renae Fischer at 920-929-2477 or firstname.lastname@example.org for questions/concerns.
Dollars & Sense: Why it Makes Sense to Ask for What You Want (Part 1)
According to the BLS, women in 2015 earned just 81 cents to a man’s dollar.
This presentation covers basic negotiation steps on how to plan, execute one- on-one negotiation strategies, and identify different negotiation styles.
- Why it is important to negotiate
- How to Plan for a Negotiation
- Competitive versus Cooperative Negotiation Strategies
Tuesday, April 18th, 12-1:15 pm
Fond du Lac: A-112, West Bend: T101, Beaver Dam: K-320
Register Here! (Registration not required, but recommended)
Students are allowed to bring their own lunch, and are encouraged to attend the entire session. Please ask your instructor to attend if this interferes with your class time.
Getting What You Want through the Power of Negotiation (Part 2)
Students must attend “Dollars & Sense” Part 1 prior to attending!
Participants will learn how to interact with people to sell themselves and their ideas which is critical to internal negotiation.
- Examine Different Negotiation Styles
- How Unconscious Bias May Influence Your Negotiation
- One-on- one and multi-party negotiation role play activities
Wednesday, April 19th, 12:30-3 pm
Fond du Lac: O-103 & O104
Register Here! (Registration Required, must attend Part 1)
Students must be able to attend the entire session. Please ask your instructor to attend if this interferes with your class time.
Ayana Ledford, Founding Executive Director of PROGRESS
About the Speaker:
As Founding Executive Director of PROGRESS, Ayana Ledford is a highly sought out national lecturer and an expert on multiple factors influencing long-term career success and utilizes negotiation as an essential leadership tool in her trainings. For more information, visit http://progress.heinz.cmu.edu/.