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Negotiation for Women: The Key to Leadership, Success, and Happiness

The Women’s Resource Center is putting on this great workshop and we wanted to make sure to share it. We’ve been fortunate to hear Sara Laschever speak and found the experience incredibly informative and helpful – not to mention empowering.

Negotiation for Women: The Key to Leadership, Success, and Happiness in your Life and Career
Presented by SARA LASCHEVER, co-author of Women Don’t Ask: Negotiation and the Gender Divide, and Ask for It! How Women Can Use the Power of Negotiation to Get What They Really Want.

Saturday, February 21, 2015 – Sign up by 2/17!
11am – 2pm (doors will open at 10:30am)
Terrace Room
Brunch will be provided

To register for this event, please email by Tuesday, February 17.

This workshop explores the internal and external barriers that can prevent women from negotiating effectively, introduces “best practice” negotiation strategy, and describes ways to maximize one’s bargaining power, set the right targets for a negotiation, and manage the anxiety women often feel around this essential workplace skill. Open to all women on campus.

SARA LASCHEVER has spent her career investigating the obstacles, detours, and special circumstances that shape women’s lives and careers. Her work has been published in The New York Times, The Harvard Business Review, The New York Review of Books, Vogue, Glamour, and many other publications. Sara served as a Senior Research Fellow at the Center for Work-Life Policy, a nonprofit think tank devoted to exploring the issues that matter most to women at work, and worked as a research associate and principal interviewer for Project Access, a landmark Harvard University study funded by the National Science Foundation, the Office of Naval Research, and the Bunting Foundation. Project Access explored impediments to women’s careers in science—the hindrances, both external and internal, that prevent women from rising to the tops of their fields.

Sponsored by the Women’s Resource Center & the Panhellenic Council

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