"FULL-TIME WORKERS WHO IDENTIFY AS WOMEN MADE ONLY 80 CENTS FOR EVERY DOLLAR EARNED BY MEN, A GENDER WAGE GAP OF 20 PERCENT.WOMEN OF COLOR EARN EVEN LESS." (SOURCE:WWW.AAUW.ORG)
By popular demand we are offering a special in-person Salary Negotiations workshop with the amazing Kathlyn Hart who has designed a highly rated program aimed at empowering women and people of color (all genders welcome) who have been statistically shown to be paid significantly less than their white male counterparts on average.
Please check out a feature of our last program in Black Enterprise here.
Join us on September 12th, at 6:30PM at Wework SOMA to learn the core skills/techniques required to successfully negotiate a job offer, including how to respond when you are asked "what is your current salary?" Be sure to take advantage of limited early bird pricing.
Attendees will receive:
- Light food and beverages
- The chance to participate in negotiation scenario role-playing
- Workshop tool for practicing negotiations at home
- Overcoming your fear
- How to avoid revealing your current salary
- Assessing your market value
- How to negotiate beyond just salary
- Negotiating with a long-term relationship in mind
Kathlyn Hart is a salary negotiation coach and a motivational speaker who supports ambitious women to dream big, live bold and earn more. Through her salary negotiation bootcamp “Be Brave Get Paid,” which has helped women increase their income by an average of $15,000, she teaches underpaid women how to confidently own their worth and ask for more.
Kathlyn is also the host of The Big Leap Show podcast, where she interviews entrepreneurial women about their journey from dreaming to doing. The podcast was featured on iTunes “New and Noteworthy,” and was named “Top 5 Women Podcasts You Must Listen” by Huffington Post.
Kathlyn’s teachings on career, courage, and business have been featured in publications such as Business Insider, Forbes, Bustle, The Muse, Learnvest, Hello Giggles, and Popsugar. She lives in San Francisco, California with her fiance and puppy Bernie.