NEGOTIATIONS! DO YOU KNOW YOUR WORTH?
If you don’t ask, you don’t get.
Have you ever struggled with articulating your value? Do you have trouble working out what to ask for and negotiating confidently? If you’ve ever left a negotiation table feeling like there could have been a better outcome, we invite you to join our webinar Negotiations: Do I know my worth? On 23rd, Thursday, April 2020 from 5:00-6:00 pm.
Our landscape has changed dramatically in recent times and negotiating during a crisis can feel like you are caught between a rock and a hard place. You might find yourself negotiating with not only your employer but with service providers, banks, clients. The negotiation skills and tactics you learn in this session, will not only be helpful in navigating the difficult conversations that you might have to have today but will prepare you to get the best possible outcome during a crisis and in future.
This insightful, engaging and practical session will feature Martha Karimi, Co-Founder & Partner at Edge Performance. Martha will share her key insights on how to re-define and clarify your value while identifying what holds you back from reaching your highest potential.
What can you expect from this session?
Strategies & Tactics for identifying what holds you back from achieving your highest potential
Redefining the value you can offer to the world
Taking an audit of your “worth” and going beyond the norm
Who is this session for?
Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned negotiator, this session will be relevant to you as negotiation skills are sharpened over time!
More about Martha:
Martha leads the Recruitment, Senior Leadership Transition, and Management & Career Coaching departments at the edge. She is a passionate innovator, with a keen interest in maximizing individuals’ potential and building high-performing organizations. Martha brings to edge vast experience in talent management and organization development from diverse sectors and realities: From Fortune 500 firms and midsized companies to non-profits. Having worked and lived in India, Tanzania, and Kenya with colleagues from over 30 countries, she’s a multi-cultural leader. Martha is also an avid advocate of living happy, meaningful and balanced careers, a spirit she strives to live through a dedicated practice to boxing, yoga, Vipassana meditation and various forms of art such as photography and pott