Ask For It: Women and the Power of Negotiation
Thursday, October 12, 2017, 2:00-3:00 PM EDT
Presented by Sara Laschever
Whether they want higher salaries, better career opportunities, or more help at home, women are much less likely than men to ask for what they want. When women do ask, they tend to mimic the forceful, competitive negotiating style favored by men, which often backfires.
In this webinar, Sara Laschever looks at why women feel reluctant to ask for what they need and deserve—and reveals the shockingly high price women pay when they don’t learn to combat this widespread phenomenon. She shows women how to recognize more opportunities to negotiate, manage the anxiety they may feel when they approach a negotiation, and employ negotiating strategies that have been shown to work especially well for women.
You will learn to:
• Gain an understanding of the factors that prevent women from negotiating more on their own behalf.
• Identify more opportunities to negotiate.
• Maximize your bargaining power.
• Set the right targets.
• Manage the emotional dimensions of negotiating.
1.0 ARRT Category A credit is available for this webinar (pending approval). Successful completion of the post-test is required to earn credit.
1.0 Certified Radiology Administrator
(CRA) credit is also available with successful completion of the post-test.
This webinar does not constitute an endorsement by AHRA.
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