Why is it that executives have such a difficult time successfully negotiating their compensation? The reason we can’t or won’t negotiate is not because we’re incapable of doing so, but rather because we just don’t know how! No one ever taught us “the rules of the game!” And as with any game, we can’t win if we don’t know the rules.
In this ExecuNet Master Class session led by award-winning career coach Ford R. Myers, you’ll gain practical, real-world knowledge you can use immediately to make a “quantum leap” in your salary, including Ford’s expert advice on how to:
- Dramatically improve your negotiations and command much higher compensation
- Position your negotiating ability as a strength and an asset to your prospective employer
- Use specific phrases and behaviors to produce outstanding negotiation results
- Align your accomplishments with the employer’s need and problems for a “win-win” outcome
- Successfully negotiate any and all elements of the job offer
- Assess the real value of a job offer, and choose between multiple offers
- Prevent the employer from using your old salary to limit your future compensation
Listen to the recording of the latest version of this immensely popular Master Class to conquer the rules of the compensation negotiation game – a game that can actually be fun, as well as financially rewarding! (And who wouldn’t want that?!) This Class is historically one of our most popular, and back because of member demand, is Ford with the updated version of this classic. Even if you’ve heard him before, you’ll want a refresher (you know he’s a great storyteller!) and the Q&A at the end is all new.
Here’s what some attendees of the live event had to say:
- “An insightful look into the machinations of the job market and how to successfully navigate it.”
- “Extremely knowledgeable, experienced and a great speaker! The content was well organized, timely and relevant. The examples were immediately helpful.”
- “These classes give you so much information that will help you in your current or next career level.”
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