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What if negotiation became a structured and methodical practice with clear goals and adaptive approaches? You would understand what’s of value to you, what a good deal looks like, what you will do if you don’t make a deal. You can make it less adversarial and focus on creating value instead of just fighting for it. A Career Negotiations coach can help you prepare for an upcoming negotiation or challenging conversation to get what you need.
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IF YOU ANSWERED YES ABOUT YOUR CAREER DEVELOPMENT
Whether you have taken one of our workshops, experienced a presentation, or are totally new to our material, Career Negotiations coaching is a powerful launching pad for your career development. The Career Negotiations practice is based on cutting-edge insights of End the Job Hunt, from negotiation theory, neuroscience, social psychology, and countless interviews with successful professionals. As negotiation experts, we bring the best of what we know from that field to your career construction—making it enriching, engaged and successful.
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NEGOTIATING YOUR CAREER
Imagine a whole new way to approach career development—not haphazard job searches through impersonal websites and awkward resume spamming sessions, but instead personalized support, geared toward helping you design a vision and strategy that will get you where you want to go. Work one-on-one with a Career Negotiations coach to put into action our straightforward process for professional success.
IF YOU ANSWERED YES ABOUT YOUR DAILY NEGOTIATIONS
Career Negotiations coaching will give you the tools and confidence to conduct better negotiations—to get your needs met. You will explore the benefits of competitive and cooperative negotiation techniques based on your specific situation. Coaches draw from many negotiation resources including the Wharton Executive Negotiation Workshop, as written about by G. Richard Shell, and the Harvard Negotiation Project as described by Roger Fisher and William Ury in their landmark bestseller, Getting to Yes.