Negotiation Skills

Ask for What You Want –
Negotiation Strategies for Women

Do you ask for what you want, or are you waiting to be offered the opportunity that will advance your career and/or compensation?

Learn how to better navigate the barriers we know women face in the workplace.

Did you know?

  • Men are 4x more likely than women to negotiate
  • Women are more anxious about negotiating
  • Women are great negotiators on behalf of other people but not necessarily themselves

During this one-hour interactive session, Carnegie Mellon Leadership and Negotiation Academy Program Director, Leanne Meyer, will help participants recognize opportunities to negotiate, eliminate anxiety, feel entitled to get what they want, and avoid social consequences that inhibit good outcomes for you and your organization.

This session is designed to provide actionable takeaways and to give participants a preview of the power of the Carnegie Mellon Leadership and Negotiation Academy for Women, a unique 6-session program where participants not only gain greater expertise in areas that include networking, communication, and authority, but also master uniquely beneficial negotiating skills, developing strategies of influence, creating mutually-beneficial agreements, and navigating power imbalances and optimizing diversity in groups.

This combination of skills will translate to the strongest female trailblazers of today and tomorrow – and the most competitive, cutting-edge organizations that employ them.

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