Archive for February, 2013

Learning How to be a Negotiator without the Fear of Failure

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Learning How to be a Negotiator without the Fear of Failure

As a savvy businesswoman, you know how important it is to be a good negotiator: you will make more money throughout your career, pay less for your house and car, and even occasionally have your children go to bed without a fight. However, the reality is, few businesswomen are skilled negotiators.

How much are you leaving on the table?

And what do YOU need to learn to become an expert negotiator?

PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT

The lessons that really stick with us in life are ...

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A New Product with an Ideal Partner – Salary Negotiators

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A New Product with an Ideal Partner – Salary Negotiators

Mission #4 of Prosperity’s Kitchen was to create a product with an ideal partner. Each week, in addition to one winning team, an individual winner is also chosen. This week, it was my project: a “Salary Negotiation Academy with Alison Green of Ask a Manager”.

Our mission was to identify “five of your best potential partners that you would choose to co-create a new product or service with. Pick one and write a product description ...

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Salary Negotiators’ Manifesto

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Salary Negotiators’ Manifesto

I added a manifesto to my about page as part of my week 2 assignment for Prosperity’s Kitchen marketing competition. It is a statement of my beliefs relating to salary negotiation. I will expand a little on why each point is important.

I believe you should be fairly compensated for your work.

Everyone deserves to be fairly compensated for the work they do. “Fair” is of course a relative term, but generally, people should not be paid less ...

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