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Negotiating Your Way to What You Want
Tuesday, February 12, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM (PST)
Miss CEO is hosting a not-to-be-missed workshop on our most requested topic – negotiation!
Whether you are looking to obtain a higher salary, more resources or a better job title, negotiation is a skill that is critical to master in order to successfully achieve your goals.
Unlike most negotiation events, this in-depth workshop will provide you with practical, useful and realistic information on how soon-to-be and current working women can excel at negotiations commonly found in a variety of professional situations.
Specifically, you will learn how to:
- Develop a more confident and proactive approach and gather the right information so you are fully prepared to negotiate well
- Assess your market value so your expectations are realistically aligned with what you deserve
- Leverage exclusive, real-life examples and case studies of what has worked for many professionals when it comes to negotiating new job offers, raises, bonuses, and promotions. i.e. What does a successful conversation with recruiter look like? How and when do you approach your boss for a raise? How does salary negotiation differ at a start-up vs. big company?
Whether a professional or a student, this workshop is guaranteed to empower anyone who is preparing for an important negotiation or wants to generally be well versed in this critical leadership skill.
Spaces are limited so reserve your spot today!
6:30pm: Check-in and refreshments
7:00pm: Negotiation workshop
8:30pm: Q&A and networking
Testimonials from previous Miss CEO workshop participants:
“After your workshop, I was able to apply your negotiation tips the very next day while discussing a job offer with a recruiter. I just heard back from [the company] and they have agreed to increase my base salary by $10K. Thank you for all your great advice!”
"I found myself talking to my friend about all the things we talked about during the class. Great examples, practical tips and ideas that were easy to take home and re-explain to others"
About Your Instructors
Nita Singh Kaushal is the Founder of Miss CEO, an educational startup focused on delivering premier leadership training, educational resources and mentoring to girls and women. She has been invited by leadership teams, companies and educational institutions all over the country to lead workshops on attracting, retaining and promoting women in the workplace.
Nita was recently a senior manager at Yahoo! where she led an innovative and high performance suite of display media products. She is on the Stanford Women’s Community Center Leadership Board and has served as the Co-President of Yahoo! Women in Tech, a 500-member organization committed to attracting, developing and retaining more women in technical and executive positions. Nita grew up in San Jose, CA and holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University.
Andreina Parisi-Amon is the VP of Programs for Miss CEO and is currently pursuing her PhD in Bioengineering at Stanford University, focusing on the development of engineered protein biomaterials for three dimensional cell culture and cell transplantation therapies. Away from the lab bench she is involved with outreach and mentoring programs, coupling her science background and passion for education to promote participation and enjoyment of science with middle and high school students. She also co-developed a college-application writing course for high school students at the Boys and Girls club the summer before their senior year. Throughout her undergraduate career Andreina taught a self-designed Spanish class at the local middle school and spent a summer developing lesson plans and teaching math to 8th grade students requiring an extra boost before high school. Andreina grew up in Pittsburgh, PA and holds a BS in Biomedical Engineering from Duke University and a MS in Bioengineering from Stanford University.
When & Where
The mission of Miss CEO is to engage, empower, and support children and women everywhere. Learn more at www.missceo.org