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Salary negotiation.

Negotiation of contracts.

Negotiation of any kind. 

With any colleague, in any situation.


It's on our minds always, as a place for us to grow, as a place for us to notice gender bias and implicit bias overall, and as a place for us to strengthen our own confidence that we bring unique value to our work and to our field.  We want to protect our interests, and at the same time we are balancing an awareness that the world is changing around us. 

Together, we'll explore a process for identifying the unique, inspiring and powerful value you bring you your work, and using that value and helpful data to begin your negotiations. While negotiation is in some cases about money and salary increase, it's also about appreciation and recognition, for your employers and for you, and we'll think about both. We'll bring together tools and skills gathered from across the not for profit world and from feminist negotiators, from the business world and from advocates who engage in negotiation with Fortune-500 companies and major universities, grounded in data. 

We invite you to bring your personal negotiation dilemmas to our session.


Who is this for?


This is for everyone. Everyone deserves the opportunity to improve and polish their negotiation skills, and to develop their capacity to identify and articulate their value. 

Also ideal...

  • If you're searching for a new position and want to make sure your negotiation skills position you to your best advantage

  • If you are negotiating a new contract (in a current or new role) or moving into a new position and negotiating terms

  • If you'll be serving as a mediator or negotiator for others

  • If you supervise others who will be negotiating and you'd like to support them

  • If you recognize that negotiation is a vital tool in your work and you're looking to improve overall

We happen to think this is great for everyone. But we're biased!!


More Details

  • Most of our workshops are held virtually. Please see our calendar for more information about upcoming dates.

  • Workshops are typically limited to a maximum of 12 people.

  • Our equitable fees apply to this workshop as well. Please visit our Learning page for more information. 

  • Workshops are approximately 3 hours long, and are often held on Fridays. 

  • We are pleased to speak with you about bringing a workshop to your network, community or organization. 


Take the skills you've developed In our Ask For It Negotiation Workshops and deepen them as you negotiate your own salary, contract or package, refine a negotiation strategy or even take the first steps to begin a research process. Or, if needed, schedule a session to have all your questions addressed one-on-one.


You know your value. Now it's time to articulate that value to others. We're here to be your partner, support you and help you get what you want and what you need on that journey. Additionally, if you're looking to develop your strategy, reflect on personal, private or confidential questions, or explore particular issues, this may be the space for you. 


  • Individual sessions are available to all, even those who have not participated in our Ask For It Workshops. 

  • Rates for a 50 minute session begin at $175. Packages of three and five sessions are also available.

  • We invite you to contact us to schedule your session at

Schedule your One on One Negotiation  Training


Design and execute your strategy


How to analyze the field, gather data and engage in benchmarking


Negotiate your salary and contract based on your own unique need


You know your value. Now articulate it in a way that positions you for negotiation success.

Submit a payment for one of our programs


  • Jun 26, 6:30 PM – 7:45 PM
    Virtual Event: link mailed upon RSVP
    Are you ready to challenge yourself to learn something you might not have been ready to admit you needed to learn--Excel/GoogleSheets?? Your work may have never demanded it, or we just kinda limped along asking for help. Now it's time.
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