Session: You have not because you ask not - a recruiter's guide to salary negotiation
Carnegie Mellon's study found that only 7 percent of female MBA graduates had attempted to negotiate their starting salary, compared with 57 percent of their male counterparts. Women leave thousands of salary dollars on the negotiation table every year and I want to give ladies the power to get the raises and offers they deserve.
- Get what you want by building "bridges" at the negotiation table
- Don't let your "Good Girl Syndrome" take control
- Build a negotiation strategy based on the value that you bring to the table.
- Be prepared for the "who dos" and imposter syndrome
Jenny is a hardworking, productive, results-driven Human Resource professional with over 15 years experience specializing in full life cycle recruiting in competitive, high-demand, high-value talent markets. Strong, productive recruiter who can effectively manage client relationships, develop and execute successful human capital acquisition strategies, build exclusive candidate networks, cultivate competitive intelligence, and complete difficult search assignments quickly and cost-effectively. Known for honesty, integrity, creativity, tenacity as well as a commitment to quality, resulting in an outstanding match for the candidate and the client.
Specialties: Specialty recruitment including extremely hard to fill search assignments, executive recruiting and international recruiting, recruiting strategy, process architecture and efficiency, client and candidate relationship development/coaching
In her spare time, Jenny loves speaking on resumes, interviewing and salary negotiations to help women close the wage gap one conversation at a time.