virtualCX | Salary Negotiation for Women: Top 5 Secrets to Inspiring the Best Offer
This is a virtualCX Program that can be accessed remotely from your desk. You will receive the event passcode in your confirmation email when you register.
A woman working a full-time, year-round job earns 80% as much as her male counterpart. That stat is from the US Census Bureau in 2017, not from the 1950s. Research also reveals, more men are promoted than women. We’ve heard the excuses including things like, “Women don’t ask for raises.” Research says otherwise. “The pay differential is only because there are more women in lower paying clerical jobs.” Wrong again.
During this brief on salary, we will cover gender differences in the data and the negotiation. We will discuss how women can negotiate in a way to inspire the best offer and maintain a strong relationship with the other side.
Throughout this program attendees will gain:
- 5 secrets to inspiring the best offer
- When to negotiate and when not to
- 7 elements to consider
- 13 negotiables beyond salary
- How to ask for what you want
- The #1 way to win in negotiations of any kind
This program is particularly ideal for:
- Women with at least three years of experience
- Women aiming for the executive level
- Anyone who wants to understand the data and practices (perhaps to uncover biases)
Kelly Byrnes, President and CEO of Voyage Consulting Group, has spent her career in operations, marketing, strategic planning, and human resources for large and mid-sized companies. Kelly has held leadership roles and been on executive teams in different industries, and she has paid attention. She has been studying company culture for 20+ years, leading cultures, and wrote the book about being All-In in 2010. Kelly is an adjunct professor of Leadership, CSR, and Strategic Career Management in the MBA program for Rockhurst University, a contributor to Forbes.com, and the author of two books. Her BA is from St. Mary’s College, Notre Dame and her MBA is from Rockhurst University. She holds the SPHR and SHRM-SCP designations. Kelly has served on the board of Central Exchange since March 2019.