Time is Money, Negotiate!
Salary Negotiation Strategies and Tools for Women
In this episode, herdacious host Lorelei chats with Jacqueline Twillie to discuss the salary negotiation toolbox. Many of us can struggle with conversations around salary and monetary promotions in the workplace; Jacqueline coaches us through the steps of building self-confidence to find our voice around these fiscal issues. From prepping for the negotiation conversation to dodging the trap of over-explanation, we get equipped with the strategies we need to secure our hard-earned futures.
Host: Lorelei Gonzalez
Co-host: Jacqueline Twillie
Jacqueline Twillie is the founder of ZeroGap, a training and development firm that specializes in leadership curriculum for women who work in male-dominated industries. Jacqueline is the Amazon Best Selling Author of “Navigating the Career Jungle: A Guide for Young Professionals.” She is passionate about eliminating the gender wage gap by teaching women to negotiate and providing leadership resources to women to reach and thrive in top positions.
Things you will learn in this episode (chapter markers available):
- Confidence in negotiation 1:32
- Do’s and Dont's 2:20
- Female specific challenges 9:10
- Developing our negotiation skills 15:15
- Negotiating in economic hardship 17:20
- Getting creative 20:40
- The networking-negotiation relationship 23:48
- The "low ball" offer 27:55
- Timing mindfulness (don’t be the eager beaver) 31:40
- Femme fact: AP Style update “Black” 34:16
Resources mentioned in this episode:
- Don’t Leave Money on the Table by Jacqueline Twillie (book)
- The Negotiation Workbook by Jacqueline Twillie (companion guide)
Link to show transcript here.
Looking for additional resources on this topic? Check out our webinar “Ladies, Don’t Leave Money on the Table | Jacqueline V. Twillie”
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