- Salary Negotiation: Individual Client Coaching and How to Run a Workshop -RI
- Sep. 14. 2012 01:30 PM - 05:00 PM
- Rhode Island College - Providence
- Professional Development Seminar
This workshop is intended for career professionals working primarily with both soon-to-be or recent college graduates, as well as more experienced professionals.
Jen felt timid and a bit daunted by the mere idea of talking about her potential salary, let alone negotiating a higher rate. My thought was I might be wasting my breath going through the “how to’s” with her. To my delight, was I wrong! Not only did she go through with the conversation, but she actually managed to gain a few extra thousand dollars in the process!
In a tight economy, can our clients still negotiate their salaries? Are they at risk if they attempt to do so? What advice should we be giving students versus mid-career professionals?
Attend this workshop and discuss the challenges and best practices in the salary negotiation process. You’ll hear success stories, as well as examples of what our clients should not do.
The session will be run as if you are in a salary negotiation workshop, with added enhancements along the way. The benefit is that participants will leave with a workshop outline and PowerPoint to use when teaching salary negotiation in a group setting.
Facilitator: Sabrina Woods has over 10 years of career services experience. She is an Associate Director of Career Services at Northeastern University (NU) and also has a private practice in holistic career/life coaching and consulting (www.sabrina-woods.com). Sabrina has been teaching salary negotiation workshops for the past 8 years, through robust economies and contracted ones. She has also worked one-on-one with countless students and college alumni, coaching them and cheering them on through this delicate process.
Continuing Education Credit: This seminar qualifies for continuing education credits. The Career Counselors’ Consortium is an approved provider of continuing education units by the National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC). Please advise the seminar facilitator that you are interested and we will provide you with the appropriate documentation.
Registration: $70 Members; $90 Non-Members
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