Good Girls Ask! Negotiation Techniques for Women
Industry studies suggest women often feel alienated in male-dominated fields, such as engineering, high tech, finance, accounting, banking and construction. Women in these fields are trying to find their voice in the office, and for many career-driven women, work is a maze and the office can be a source of confusion and pain.
Join Elizabeth Lions, author and women's leadership speaker, for the second webinar series where no woman will ever be the same after hearing Elizabeth's talk on money and negotiations. The days of having butterflies in your stomach over talking about money are over.
During this webinar, you will learn:
• The best time to ask for a raise
• Why women get anxious around asking for money or the promotion
• How skills equal money and how to ask for what is fair
• How to ask for money without having your stomach in knots
Elizabeth Lions is the author of three books, with her latest called, "Hear Us Roar - Unapologetic Women Leading in Corporate America." She has also developed leadership and career courses, webinars and a radio show entitled, “Leadership Lessons from the Lioness,” aimed at addressing women's confusion around office politics, negotiations and how to deal with being passed over for a promotion.
With 30 years’ experience in investments, wealth management, finance and consulting, she has been able to successfully help clients remove poor reviews from their employment records, help women get noticed for promotions, and partner with seasoned leaders to enable their staff to reach to new heights.
Learn more about Elizabeth’s philosophies, programs and videos. Today, Elizabeth can be found writing, coaching and collaborating with the who’s who of the Corporate America. When she isn't working, Elizabeth can be found traveling across state lines with her husband on their Harley Davidson motorcycle or in the yoga studio twisting for hours on end.
For more about Elizabeth’s philosophies, programs and videos, please visit www.elizabethlions.com
Attendance is FREE for all Wnet members!