Settle for More: Female-Friendly
A half-day workshop with Mary Jeanne Vincent, Career Expert + Strategist
Gain the skill and confidence you need to successfully negotiate salary and professional fees. If you are overworked and underpaid and are serious about changing that, this workshop is for you.
Settle for More: Female-Friendly Negotiation Strategies will focus on learning to
Ask for what you want
Craft your negotiation strategy
Research and identify your target value
Negotiate salary and set professional fees
Determine your best option if there is no agreement
Isn’t it time you start earning what you are worth?
Saturday, March 24, 2018
Oakwood Mountain View
881 E. El Camino Real
Mountain View, CA 94040
18 in stock
If you have questions:
Mary Jeanne: 831.657.9151 or
About Mary Jeanne
Mary Jeanne Vincent, Career Expert + Strategist, is passionate about coaching women to achieve their career goals, to ask for what they are worth with confidence and clarity, and create a powerful, professional brand. An online and print career columnist, her bi-weekly column, Career Talk, highlights the latest career strategies, employment trends and notable business professionals.
Hi Mary Jeanne, I just wanted to let you know that your negotiating workshop made a huge impact on the way I think about the money that I deserve as it relates to my job. It gave me the confidence to go for what I knew was right versus succumbing to what a large corporation said they would pay me, which was far less. I directly applied the negotiating strategies that you taught me and today closed a building lease that netted me $331,423 more in the next ten years than I would have made if I hadn’t gone to your seminar I am so happy that I happened to make the call to see you, meet with you, go to your seminar, and then immediately apply the principles in a real life situation and get amazing results. A. Thornburgh
Mary Jeanne’s Female-Friendly Salary Negotiation workshop came at just the right time for me to confidently enter into contract negotiations with two consulting clients. The group of 10-12 participants provided ample opportunity to absorb a lot of information during the morning session. And the role-play activities, with feedback from our peers, provided the perfect “dress rehearsal”. When contracts were signed, I’d bumped my rate by nearly 40%. K. Speller