NO ONE IS BORN A NEGOTIATOR BUT ANYONE CAN BECOME BETTER AT NEGOTIATIONS BY FOLLOWING THE FEW SIMPLE PRINCIPLES THAT I TEACH.
The goal of our workshop is to give you PRACTICAL TOOLS TO PROMOTE YOUR IDEAS, TO INFLUENCEAND TO NEGOTIATE EFFECTIVELY in your own individual style
To get what you want, you need to ask for what you want
BUT THERE IS JUST ONE PROBLEM...
Smart women don't dare to ask.
How often should you have negotiated, but you didn't?
You probably think:
- negotiation ruins my relationships - negotiation makes me come across as aggressive - I don't t know what to say or don't have enough confidence to say it
IN REALITY, WOMEN ARE EXCELLENT NEGOTIATORS. WE ARE ALL GOOD AT: •Empathy •Effective communication •Listening •Rapport Building •Problem Solving •Decision Making •Assertiveness •Dealing with Difficult Situations
IN ALL THESE SKILLS WOMEN PERFORM BETTER THAN MEN, BUT MOST WOMEN DON'T USE THEM FOR NEGOTIATION
A Negotiation scene from the movie "Just Go with it".
Little Maggie shines with self-confidence, knows what she wants and knows how to ask for it as she negotiates with Danny. We all have a little Maggie inside us.
WHY WOMEN FAIL TO NEGOTIATE?
Women are afraid to ask
Women describe negotiations as "scary" and "going to the dentist" while men associate them with "fun" and "winning a game"
Women are satified with less
Many women fail to recognise opportunities to negotiate — about their position, about their salary and the resources to become successful in their roles
Women don't know how to negotiate
The majority of women admit that they don't t know what to say or don't have enough confidence to say it
Women are afraid of being penalised
Women are afraid to ruin relationships, not be seen as a team player and leave a bad impression if they choose to negotiate
boost your confidence and negotiation power at work
Our "Power Negotiation and Influence for Women" workshop helps you grow your resilience and confidence at work to get a promotion, TO build alliances and relationships THAT WILL BOOST your career and TO negotiate the maximum pay rise you deserve.
Break the "accumulated disadvantage" cycle
Research shows overwhelmingly that, on average, women don't negotiate their first job offer or further promotions. Men are often awarded a higher performance evaluation which in turn leads to a large majority of them taking the highest-ranking positions. When women adopt men's negotiation styles to compete, it often ends with negative outcomes and women being labelled as aggressive and pushy. Does this sound familiar?
Is there a solution to this gender problem?
Women can nurture and develop their own negotiation style, to put forward their demands with confidence while building a relationship. Learn how to do it with us.
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