Are you prepared to negotiate a job offer? Recent LinkedIn research indicates that 42 percent of job-seeking professionals in the United States are uncomfortable negotiating; the study also indicates that many people report feeling nervous or anxious about negotiating. Failure to negotiate well is like money lost; however, there are things you can do to take the lead and get the compensation package you want.
Facilitated by Robyn Winters, TBJL Career Strategist
- Understand the importance of negotiation as a job-search tool
- Develop a negotiating strategy and plan
- Identify the elements of your ideal negotiation package
- Increase your skill at negotiating
What We Will Cover:
- How to mentally prepare for a negotiating session
- The importance of research prior to negotiating
- The components of a negotiation strategy
- Determine the most important negotiable elements for you
Please bring a copy of your résumé and a recent job description for which you’ve applied or for which you are considering applying.
3 1/2 hours. Participants should plan to arrive 15 minutes early.
Who Should Attend:
Unemployed and underemployed individuals looking to work in a professional environment and seeking relevant and practical information or advice regarding the next steps in their job search or career path. This includes individuals in mid-career transition, women re-entering the workforce after a hiatus, military veterans transitioning to the civilian workforce, recent college graduates launching their careers, and mature workers not ready or able to retire.
Cost to Attend:
Free for TBJL Full Program Participants and $15 for guests.
Out of consideration for other participants, we ask that all candidates refrain from wearing fragrances, perfume, and cologne.
Jack Roth Center for Career Development
4100 West Kennedy Blvd. Suite 206
Tampa, FL 33609
Seating is limited to 18 participants. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (813) 344-0200.