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Being a Powerful Negotiator: How to Know What You Want and Get What You Des...

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17 North Dearborn Street

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Chicago, IL 60602

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Being a Powerful Negotiator: How to Know What You Want and Get What You Deserve

In 2016, Glassdoor’s Salary Negotiation Insights Survey showed that 3 in 5 employees do not attempt to negotiate their pay. With a whopping 68% of women (compared to only 52% of men) admitting to this shortcoming, it is clear that women can benefit from opportunities to learn and/or improve their negotiation skills.

To meet this need, In Her Shoes Foundation is hosting an exclusive Professional Development Workshop on Monday, August 21, 2017. If you are a female professional interested in learning how to be a powerful negotiator – whether for salary, new responsibilities, modified schedule, title, or position – this workshop is for you.

As an attendee of the workshop, you can expect to learn how to:

• Address consequences of the wage gap

• Benchmark and establish target compensation packages

• Identify and articulate what you want

• Negotiate fairly, but with an edge

• Get what you deserve

About the Speaker:

Alicia


Alecia Wartowski is currently the Interim Director of Northwestern University’s Women’s Center At the Women’s Center, she focuses on building a culture of equity and inclusion across identity through programming, advocacy, and empowerment. Alecia is a strong leader who works to create racial justice and gender equity through dialogue, capacity building, and coaching.

Before joining Northwestern, Alecia served as a legal aid attorney in Chicago, providing direct legal services through Cabrini Green Legal Aid and Chicago Volunteer Legal Services. She has also worked in youth serving organizations focused on after school and community programs for girls and youth of color.

Alecia received her law degree from the University of Wisconsin, her Master’s degree from the Harvard University Graduate School of Education, and her undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan.

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Light snacks and beverages provided.

Due to Adler Security restrictions, we will not be able to accommodate walk-ins to the presentation. Please be prepared to present ID to Adler Security as a registered In Her Shoes Foundation guest.

Refunds will only be offered in the event of speaker cancellation.


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