Thu, May 23|
via Zoom: link upon RSVP
Ask For It: Negotiation Workshop (Virtual) May
You're worth it. We begin with naming and leveraging your value and experience to ask for what you need and what you're worth in negotiations at work. We take a relational approach, supporting folks at work and in life to get the help they need to negotiate expertly.
Time & Location
May 23, 2024, 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM EDT
via Zoom: link upon RSVP
About the Event
Salary negotiation. Negotiation of contracts. Negotiation of any kind. With any colleague, in any situation. Anytime.
It's on our minds always. Are we getting what we need? Are we recognized and appreciated? Are we underpaid, underappreciated, undervalued, and passed over?
When it comes time to speak up for yourself and to negotiate, the biases that affect women and non-binary people in the workplace often become starkly visible and may stop you from speaking with your full voice. Those biases–the ones that have led to the glass ceiling, the gender wage gap, the broken leadership pipeline or career rung– are still everyday shaping the way you work. It’s time to negotiate. It’s time to use your voice.
Our process identifies the unique, inspiring and powerful value you bring to your work, and uses that value and helpful data to begin your negotiations. While negotiation is in some cases about money, it's also about recognition, and we'll think about both. We bring together tools and skills gathered from across the nonprofit world and from feminist negotiators, from the business world and from advocates who engage in negotiation with Fortune-500 companies, major universities, and social change efforts, all grounded in data.
Negotiation isn’t just about earning more. It’s about shifting the way you navigate your workplace and your work relationships, too. By negotiating, you will uncover a whole host of other benefits. If you learn to proactively navigate your career and negotiate your salary, there are a host of other benefits, from demonstrating your value to others, amplifying your voice and increasing your impact, too. Now is the time to notice gender bias and implicit bias, to use what you’ve noticed and shift the way you negotiate, all while strengthening your confidence that you bring unique value to our work and to our field.
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. It's 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!!
About GEiHP The Gender Equity in Hiring Project (GEiHP) envisions a Jewish community whose workplaces are gender-equitable and bias-free. We pursue a future in which women and people of all genders who serve as Jewish communal leaders are afforded equal opportunity to rise and lead. And with this, we celebrate each person’s capacity to negotiate, every day, at work and at play. Negotiation is a human skill that we can each bring to support our advancement, an essential leadership and management skill we all need as we rise. As women and people of all genders harness the opportunity to lead, they tap into their capacity to negotiate, and access wisdom and skill as practiced negotiators in a wide variety of settings
Is individual coaching included? Individual coaching is not included in this session. However, we highly recommend individual coaching to focus on any specific, private or personal challenges you may face in your negotiation. Participants in our Ask For It Workshops receive a coupon code for 25% off a future coaching session.
Accommodations Please note that this session involves small group work, discussion, and other forms of active participation. It is not a frontal presentation. If you need support or any accommodations, please let us know how we can be most helpful and prepare you to succeed. If you have questions about our format and learning, we invite your inquiry.
GEiHP Equitable Fee Policies
GEiHP believes that equity must be built into our work at every level and in every way. This is in deep alignment with our values and is in pursuit of the equity that we seek. Equitable fee structures help us to consider who has access to participating in—and who funds—our work. and helps us to invite you into that work so that we can all participate in striving for and acknowledging the need for equity.
Please choose one of the following categories for your registration.
- SUSTAIN: If you're able to offer more to sustain our work, keep this program accessible and make it possible for another person to participate, please choose this registration category.
- BALANCE: If you’re able to pay the fee we consider a balanced exchange for this experience and learning, please choose this registration category.
- SUPPORT: If you need partial funding to be able to participate, please use this registration category.
If you are in a situation where your capacity to pay your essential bills would be compromised by any of these options, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
POLICIES Please note that this session may be canceled if enrollment does not meet a minimum enrollment. We encourage you to invite others to join us who might benefit from this session. Please consider sharing this with others who may be negotiating.
Single Session Events
All cancellations for individual workshops and events must be made no later than 72 hours (3 days) in advance. Fees are refundable if cancellation is prior to this 72 hour (3 days) period. After that, all payments are non-refundable. If you do not attend a session for which you have registered, you will not receive a refund, nor will you be eligible to transfer your registration.
Pay It Forward
Registrants who are not able to use their event or workshop tickets may "Pay It Forward" and send another person to the workshop for which you have registered, based on the gift model of The Op Ed Project. If you choose to "pay it forward", and also wish to register yourself for a later date, we will give you a credit of $25 towards a future program. Please contact us prior to selecting this option. You must authorize your gift with us before sharing registration information with another participant. Unfortunately, we are not able to retroactively issue your credit.
- Ticket type
We look forward to learning with you. If you're able to offer more to sustain our work, keep this program accessible and make it possible for another person to participate, please choose this registration category. Thank you for helping to sustain our work and strive toward equity.Price$300.00
+$7.50 service fee+$7.50 service fee
- Ticket type
We look forward to learning with you. If you’re able to pay the fee we consider a balanced exchange for this experience and learning, please choose this registration category. Thank you for taking part in our work and helping us strive for equity.Price$250.00
+$6.25 service fee+$6.25 service fee
- Ticket type
We look forward to learning with you. If you need partial funding to be able to participate, please use this registration category. Thank you for joining in our work as we strive toward equity.Price$200.00
+$5.00 service fee+$5.00 service fee