Women Mean Better Business Webinar Series: Negotiate Your Role, Accelerate Your Career

Pay is probably the first thing that comes to mind when you think about workplace negotiations and gender equality.

But in reality, individuals negotiate many other aspects of their careers, including bids for more satisfying and challenging roles.

Join us on Tuesday, February 21 and you’ll learn about a recent study conducted by Catalyst Inc. in partnership with Smith College Executive Education—Role Negotiation and the Pursuit of Hot Jobs—which explored two key questions:

  • What can individuals—both women and men—do to maximize their access to the “hot jobs” that are so critical to career advancement?
  • What can leaders and organizations do to help?

We’ll dive into these findings and others in more detail and then discuss:

  • What does role negotiation look like in practice?
  • As an individual, what can you do to successfully negotiate your role?
  • As a manager, what can you do to empower your employees to negotiate their roles?

And finally, we’ll point you to two short and sweet tools that you can use (and share with others) to successfully negotiate your role and accelerate your career.

You’re Invited!

Negotiate Your Role, Accelerate Your Career
With Catalyst research directors, Anna Beninger and Lauren Pasquarella Dale, Ph.D.
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
1:00 – 2:00 p.m. ET (US)

logo1-catalystCatalyst is the leading nonprofit organization with a mission to accelerate progress for women through workplace inclusion. We are dedicated to creating workplaces where employees representing every dimension of diversity can thrive. Learn more about Catalyst on their website.

About Smith College Executive Education

Smith's signature all-female learning environment ignites the power of women and provides an exceptional networking forum where participants share insights and perspectives with a cohort of talented and high-powered peers.
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