Now more than ever, we all must use our voices to stand up for ourselves and for what is right. Developing your negotiation skills can help you achieve your own goals as well as advocate successfully on behalf of other causes and people who are depending on your support. Whether you've never negotiated before or you're coming in with experience, you'll leave this workshop with effective strategies and experience that you can take with you out into the world.
For many people, simply hearing the word "negotiation" puts them on edge. It might make you think of aggressive wheeling and dealing or stressful haggling. The good news is it doesn't have to be this way. The negotiation mindset is about setting yourself up for success through creative problem solving that goes beyond winning or losing. Join Alex Dickinson, founder and CEO of Ask For It, for this unique, guided self-reflection. You will dive into setting big goals and identifying obstacles stand in your way. We'll tackle how to change what you can control and influence what you can't. Master the mindset and you'll be ready to achieve your biggest goals yet.
key concepts in negotiation
how to deal with uncomfortable direct questions
research-backed strategies be a more effective negotiator
mock negotiation practice session
About the speaker
Alexandra Dickinson is the CEO and founder of Ask For It, a boutique communications training and consulting firm whose mission is to foster confidence and inspiration in leadership and life. Ask For It was her side hustle until she got laid off and decided to devote herself to it full time. In the past year she’s trained over 1000 women and men to negotiate. Her clients average salary increases of around $7,000, and some earn an additional $15,000+. Her professional background is in corporate communications and training. She’s a contributing writer for Women@Forbes and has a master of arts in media, culture and communication from New York University. She’s a certified yoga teacher, and she volunteers as the co-city manager of the NYC chapter of The Lady Project, a national nonprofit that connects, showcases and inspires awesome women doing amazing things.